I believe that seasoned travelers know that travel is less about where you are, and more about your willingness to explore, connect with others, and be present.
I have traveled to over 20 countries, lived on 2 continents, and in
4 cities 5 cities.
I want to create a space where our travel experiences inspire each other to travel – be it short, long, near, or far. The posts are practical and candid; rather than providing yet another exhaustive list of places to visit, I’ll be the friend who gives you the low-down on what to do and where to go. Even without the luxury of spending long periods of time abroad, travel can still be a meaningful and culturally enriching experience.
Whether you’re a savvy traveler who’s been half way around the world and back or looking for the perfect weekend adventure to whet your appetite, there’s a little something for all those who love to travel.
I was 4 years old when I went on my first trip abroad. My parents took me to Japan. I remembered the following:
- I peered into an active volcano (I probably didn’t)
- Sparklers are really hot
- Japanese food is delicious
I also took my first photograph on that trip. My parents’ advice to the young photographer: get everyone in the frame. I took their advice and we now have a lovely photo of my grandmother and my parents in our family album. I dare say the composition was rather interesting; perhaps I’ll share it with you one day.
The travel bug bit me on that trip and I’ve been infected ever since. I have now traveled in over 20 countries, most of them during my adult life, while studying/working full-time. In the past, I have been envious of those who can travel for a living or who take a year off to explore the world. However, I’ve come to learn that my travel experiences have had a profound impact on my outlook on life and how I interact with those around me. So I continue to travel, near and far, whenever I can.
I’m just getting started, there’s a lot more to come. I’d love to get your feedback to make this blog useful and interesting to you.
If you like what you read, you can subscribe to my blog and be updated with new posts by clicking the subscribe button at the top of the page. I’m also on Instagram. You can also contact me through this form.