SteriPEN Freedom Solar Bundle Review: Four Steps to Using the SteriPEN Freedom
It’s something you take for granted if your country offers it up freely. Just turn on the spigot of your faucet and bam. Insta-water. But travel to a country which doesn’t have the luxury of clean water and it will change your way of thinking.
Ironically, I love traveling to countries with bad drinking water. When I was doing my month-long yoga teacher’s certification in India, a sip of clean water always took either, money or effort, so I (more…)
Mr. Toilet Museum in Korea (Watch Video bel0w)
If you know me by know, you know travel stirs in me, a strange preoccupation for toilets…
Suwon city is known for having some of Korea’s ancient and historical sites, but did you know that it also has a reputation for having some of the cleanest toilets in Korea? Who knew?
How to Make Friends when you Travel Alone (Part 2)
If you’ve read my last post on tips to make friends when you travel alone, this is the second part of the post and video.
Each time I plan a new trip, I experience a slight hesitation. The old demons revive in my head and echo– What if you start feeling lonely? What if something happens and there’s no one to help you?
Los Angeles. The entertainment capital of the world. Ready for it?
People have asked me for advice on things to do, but the bucketlist of things to do in Los Angeles can feel endless. What to do? Well, it (more…)
How to Make Friends Traveling Alone
Is Solo Travel Lonely?
If you follow me on YouTube, then you probably saw these video tips when when I posted it. If not, then keep reading…
As I’ve said before, solo travel is not lonely nor doesn’t have to be.
However, there’s going to be times when loneliness on the road feels unavoidable. Loneliness can occur due to many (more…)