It can be easy to grow frustrated and bicker, even while doing something as fun and freeing as traveling.
Some people like to stick to the same old food when travelling the world. You know the kind, those who insist McDonald’s, KFC or a good old all day English breakfast are the be-all and end-all of tasty cuisine, far safer than dabbling with the local delicacies on offer. While you can get that type of food in many places in this world, seasoned travellers (excuse the pun) might like to try something a little different.
I knew that there was more to life than my familiar surroundings, and I needed to explore it. I wasn’t ready to compromise.
Indonesia is one of the largest and most populated countries in the world. It is home to several islands, ethnic groups and languages. Though the country is predominantly Muslim, the island of Bali is mostly Hindu and home to Indonesia’s Hindu minority.
Living out of a backpack is a heavy burden…literally.
With so many great virtues, I believe that everyone should become expats at least once in their lives.
Activities? Budget? Location? Time? You are not bound by any one; there need not be any room for negotiation, not for anyone else other than you.
She knows a rare gem when she sees one.
While Europe is great at any age, there some things that are made better by going in your 20s, like partying ‘till dawn at Tomorrowland or trying your hand at an Italian cooking class.
To the dreamers. To the travelers I’ve met and to the travelers who I have yet to meet, and by travelers I mean soul mates too.