This is a post I started on April 17, 2017. Christmas in Korea is a couple's holiday. And to make myself clarify, I wasn't single. I was very much in a relationship. I was traveling through Southeast Asia during this festive holiday. I had just finished.. ...Continued on August 14, 2022. ... my study abroad [...]
I remember arriving in the Atlanta International Airport after a 24+ hours long flight (with a canceled flight night in Seoul, Korea- an adventure I will write about next time). In three words, it was: quiet, cold, and lonely. Where were the loud honkings? Where were the street vendors on every corner? The dozens of [...]
Motorbikes are riding within inches of each other, the loud whirring sound of the motor and fumes fill the air as everyone's idling at the stop light, the crazy woman driving a 10 ft tall lime tree with the man sitting in the back holding it up (that was us), etc.
It's easy to say, "I'm not doing that."
What is the definition of procrastination? I'll tell you later... Ha, get it? I saw that joke in a video on the internet, and related to it too much. Which reminded me of the blog posts I have not been writing and the endless list of things I want to put on there. It's been [...]
People often dread long flights, I love it. I love being at airports. From the process of checking in, finding our flight terminal to watching hundreds of people anticipating their next adventure, I'm in love with the energy. To save time, we checked in online and spent the night before at La Quinta Inn and [...]
As you know from my previous post, I have recently been working online with my second remote job (see my first remote job post here) with a language company. As a lot of people are quite interested in what it's like to work from home, I decided to make a post about what it's like [...]
It's no wonder that Nashville is considered Music City. The entire metropolis permeates with music and arts. If you are around or in town, be sure to stop by these top 10 free things to do in Nashville, Tennessee, put on a pair of boots, and go honky tonkin'! "So honky tonk means white people [...]
I made it!!!!!!! For those who have never heard of this challenge, here is your opportunity to read it all the way 'til the end: 21 Weeks of Travel Blogging Challenge (feel free to do a challenge of yourself!). After over three months of blogging, there are a few posts that I'm quite proud of for writing [...]
Children. Sunset. Seasons. I can think of lots of things temporary about this photo. Not love. @ Photo Challenge: Temporary
As a travel blogger and a social media enthusiast, I would like to list some of the best photo ops in Central America that will get your toes wiggling for an adventure! 5. Bacalar, Mexico Where better to have a relaxing few weeks on the crystal blue waters and laid back town of Bacalar? The [...]
Ah, my never-ending list of things I want to do and places I want to go. Today, I’m going public with my to-travel list. Destinations Visit castles and go to pubs in Ireland To be absolutely honest, my very first impression of Irish culture is the time I ate potato skins at an Irish pub. [...]
So first, a bit about me. I'm Giles, a 26 year old travel blogger from the UK blogging on gilesmeetsworld.com. Last year was lucky enough fulfill my dream of traveling around the world, quitting my full time London job to visit 18 countries across 5 continents. The final leg of my trip was a camping group [...]
Arches National Park is possibly one of the most beautiful parks we've been to during our road trip. Seeing the large sandstone arch formations created by wind erosion in the red sunset lighting is quite a wonder. The world famous Delicate ArchArches took a day out of our trip, starting and ending our day at [...]
Hi everyone! Welcome back to another week of my Travel Blogging Challenge. It feels like it was ages ago since I’ve written my first challenge response. So much has changed since then. Funny how time flies, yet can still be devastatingly slow, huh? This week’s challenge theme: Confessions. Regrets. I have many, many things to [...]
Let me start by introducing myself. I am Emma, a 20-something year-young girl from Belgium. I have my own blog, called Curlygirlabroad (which might change name soon). Winta was so kind to reach out to me, so I can share a post of mine on her blog. I have done quite some travelling in [...]
It's true, what they say. You don't truly appreciate what you have until it's gone. Despite having travelled across the oceans, I have never fully explored my own back yard. Time to go back and walk the path I've never walked. I've always wanted to leave the small towns. I grew up in a small [...]
Moving to another apartment, city, country, or continent can be daunting. It is especially so when you're moving along with someone else (like my boyfriend). In my entire life, I've moved countless of times. From the Philippines (3 cities) to Iowa (2 cities) to Georgia (2 cities) to North Carolina (4 cities, 3 houses, 2 [...]
I always look back through the window when I travel. I guess it just goes to show what a sentimental I am.
Ask anybody, I'm one of those people who enjoys travel planning, and end up packing each day with things to do. I would want to sight-see, eat lunch at a place I checked out on Yelp, then go see a live music performances in a consecutive four hours of activity. I would constantly check my [...]
Whether you’re an avid manga reader, or lover of Japanese culture, or just fascinated about Japanese technology, there is always something mystifying and beautiful about Japan that draws millions of tourists in the past decade. Today, I’m thrilled to share one of my three favorite cultures encountered while traveling: Japan. This is a three part [...]