Three Accessories to Travel in Style

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Are Toiletries Taking Over Your Backpack? Take COCONUT OIL Instead!

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What’s In My Carry-On

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Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Traveling Alone.

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Learning How To Pray From A Monk

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Thailand Misadventure: Losing My Passport and Flying First Class

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6 Ways You Can Make The Airport A Little More Fun

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Leave It At Home (Why I Don’t Travel With My Phone)

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Three Accessories to Travel in Style

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Perfect Fit Protein: Protein Powder Perfect for Travel!

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Vegan Eats in Barbados: The Good Life Cafe

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Taste From Heaven: A Vegetarian Restaurant in Chiang Mai.

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“I FELT MY LUNGS INFLATE WITH THE ONRUSH OF SCENERY – AIR, MOUNTAINS, TREES, PEOPLE. I THOUGHT, “THIS IS WHAT IT IS TO BE HAPPY.” – SYLVIA PLATH

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Western Australia Road Trip: Perth to Coral Bay

After three months in Perth the time had finally come to do what all great backpackers who come to Australia tend to do: pack up our belongings, toss a mattress in the back of a car and head off on a great Australian road trip. This one through Western Australia. Road...

Exploring Western Australia’s Rottnest Island

Last weekend was an adventure that easily ended up being the best time I’ve had since landing in Perth. Rottnest Island, or what the locals affectionately refer to as Rotto, is a short half hour ferry ride from the seaside community of Fremantle. After a...

My 5 Favorite Cafes in Suburban Perth

With cafe culture in Perth steadily growing, this Western Australian city has become home to a number of popular cafe spots and is steadily introducing trendy cafes in all of suburban Perth. If you know me, you know that I could easily spend all day in a cafe....

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Margaret River: 2 Days In Western Australia’s Wine Region

If you’ve ever come to Perth you’ll have heard of Margaret River, Western Australia’s wine region – a popular place for locals and tourists to visit for a getaway when in need of a break from city life. With vineyards around every corner,...

Machu Picchu on a Budget

Machu Picchu is one of the world’s most famous ancient sites. Hidden high within the Andes, the sheer size of Machu Picchu combined with architecture that would have been seemingly impossible in the times of the Inca civilization (particularly in its...

Sandboarding in Huacachina, Peru

After a month lazing away my days on the beaches of Ecuador, the change of scenery of Huacachina’s desert oasis was a breath of fresh air. Surrounded by the sandy dunes of the desert, Huacachina is the only desert oasis in South America and is lined with...

The Quick Guide to Ecuador’s Beach Towns

As I mentioned earlier, I hadn’t planned to spend very long in Ecuador, but once my toes hit the sand and my skin felt that familiar rush of salt water in one of Ecuador’s beach towns, it didn’t take long to change my mind. From Banos to the...

Chasing Adventure and Adrenaline in Banos, Ecuador

The journey crossing the border from Colombia to Ecuador by bus – despite making me really nervous to do alone – ended up being a breeze. After spending a night in a hotel on the border of Colombia, I hailed a taxi to the border and before I knew it, I was...

7 Steps To Get Over Travel Burnout

We’ve had a conversation about post-travel depression here in the past, but what about when you’re actually on the road and feeling a bit.. bleh? Have you ever had the realization that the things you used to love about traveling were only weighing you...

Traveling Is a Beautiful Chaos

I wrote this post a little while ago and have been going back and forth between wanting to share it and wanting to delete it because it’s not that inspirational, it’s not that informational, it’s really not that exciting. It’s mostly just a...

Hiking Salento’s Valle de Cocora

Visiting Salento was high on my list of things to do in Colombia, mostly for the stunning Valle de Cocora. The valley offers a great hike that you can do easily from town. A new friend and I woke up bright and early, walking up the hill to Salento’s one and only...

From Medellin to La Piedra and Guatape

The main reason people choose to jump on a 2 hour bus journey from bustling Medellin to the colorful pueblo of Guatape is for it’s main tourist attraction: La Piedra del Penol  – “the stone of El Penol” or “the rock of Guatape”....

The Road To Hana: A 1-Day Adventure

The Road to Hana is one of those activities that everyone insists you need to do if you’re ever in Maui. With 64 miles of road from Kahului to the small town of Hana, you’re in for a long stretch of hairpin turns, narrow roads, one-lane bridges and impeccable views of...

4 Solo Travel Fears And Why You Shouldn’t Let Them Stop You

If you had asked me seven years ago if I would ever get on a plane, fly across the world and proceed to backpack around without much of a plan, I would have called you crazy. I wouldn’t have given solo travel a fleeting thought. Hell, I wouldn’t have even gone...