The nomad life, so far, has been bittersweet — bitter because I just got a taste of what life would be like. But sweet — because a new adventure is right around the corner.
Christmas: whether one is single or in a couple, whether traveling to family or vice versa; typically, it’s a holiday one spends with loved ones. But this year, my Christmas looks a little different. And I love the flexibility and freedom.
My flight into Dublin landed around 8 a.m. Sunday. When I approached the passport control officer in the non-EU citizen line, he fired off a number of questions. The exchange went a little something like this: “How long are you staying in Ireland?” he asked...
If I can’t imagine a future with someone within the first few dates, I probably never will. And then it's sayonara.
Costa Rica. My first international trip ENTIRELY ALONE, opened the floodgates to my new wave of solo travel.
When things “go wrong,” as they almost always do, your reaction to it is far more important than the actual event itself.
Packing your backpack is definitely an art. Your backpack is your life force; your source of all things. Follow along as I pack my toiletry bag for 8 days in Ecuador!
How should I get around within Europe? This confounded me when I got to planning my 4-week, multi-city, multi-country European adventure.
Do you love your job? On my surface, my job was a dream job. But when people asked me that, I could never give them an emphatic yes. (My diplomatic response was, ‘Well, I get to do a lot of cool things…’)
So you decided to go on a trip alone. How do you actually meet people? Let me share with you the methods I used to meet people. It's not what you think...