Backpacking across the world (or, at least, through a portion of it) is on a lot of people’s bucket lists.
Practice accepting that you’re not home, that nothing goes the way you’re used to, and get really good at catching the next fun curveball that comes your way…
I’m not going to bore you with the specific details of how I got to the moment where my body gave out on the 14th street subway platform, because this is the story of where it’s been since then.
Travel means freedom, it means finding yourself lost in the most amazing ways.
My experiences on this trip taught me that doing things in life that have nothing to do with how you make money can teach you a lot—about yourself, about the world, about humanity.
Thailand is a beautiful, amazing, unique country. It is a life changing experience to say the least.
I’ll keep living out our dreams one day at a time because after all, these dreams we shared are still my own.
Explore. The usual attractions in major cities are great, but it’s when you wander down forgotten paths and alleys that you truly discover a city’s hidden gems.
Living on a little makes us realize how little we need to live.
Traveling alone, just like everything else in life, has its pros and cons, but ultimately the experience is all what you make of it so make it count.