Tag Archives: solo travel
Now that I am immersed in no electricity, no TV, no wifi, and no cheese either I have a different perspective. I cannot dash out and get a rich cup of brewed coffee right now. If I want that I … Continue reading
I wondered when I would leave home to explore the world but I was only four years old. I had to wait until I was at least nine. So I just kept riding my orange push-pedal fire engine around the … Continue reading
Burma is Breathtaking.
First: You fall in love with the people here. They want to help you. All you have to do is look lost and someone will come to your aid. This does not work in many countries but it works here … Continue reading
Secrets of Cambodia I extended my visa for another month, as I just couldn’t see myself crossing the border into Thailand. That’s the closest border to me so it would be easiest to get to – but I will be … Continue reading
I’ve been in Cambodia for 7 weeks now and traveled all over this captivating country. Here’s what I’ve learned: You can’t rent a motorbike in Siem Reap – so the only option is a bike. Tuktuk drivers will ask 9,000 … Continue reading
Trust your gut. Your body knows before your mind does. Listen. If your body tells you not to go down that street in the dark – don’t. I’ve stopped my friends from walking down a street with me in Bogotá … Continue reading