dark dwellings, photographs of rural America, night travel photographs, farmhouses at night
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Are your secret solo travel fears really that scary?

As a solo traveler, I admire solo travelers, who commit to bravery when going alone.

I still have my moments of fearing traveling alone and getting lost or stranded in some place foreign. And yet, …

April 12, 2013 10
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Camping on the Beach in Hawaii

Growing up on a small island in the Pacific Ocean, I’ve only known family camping trips at the beach.

April 5, 2013 3
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What are Tokyo ‘Idol’ stores and Harajuku Fashion all about?

I was in Tokyo’s Harajuku area. It was Sunday afternoon and I had just missed seeing the pageant of cosplayers (aka costume play) near the park bridge, so my next chance was on the popular side street of Takeshita.

April 2, 2013 0
getting ulzzang beauty, kawaii makeover photos, teen fun japan, tokyo photo booths, photo makeovers asia, beauty makeovers asia, anime doll makeover, asian beauty makeover photo booths
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Ulzzang: Photo Makeover Booths in Harajuku

Ever wondered what you’d look like with anime baby doll eyes or if you had airbrushed and flawless cover girl skin?

When I was living in Korea, I’d pass by joints crammed with photo booths, filled with young girls in their teens to twenties. I used to wonder… what was the attraction to those booths.

March 27, 2013 9
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Abducted by a Monk in Thailand

I have a fascination with Buddhist monks.

India and Southeast Asia are rife with them.

Maybe it’s the shaved heads, robes, spiritual aspiration and ascetic lifestyle. Whether they’re wearing a Tibetan crimson or Theravada orange and brown, whenever I see a monk, my eyes zero in with intent focus as if they’re human puzzle pieces, walking on a waft of incense.

February 4, 2013 20
Fukuoka tourist information
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How to plan a last minute trip (Part 4: Trip Planning)

Since I’ve completed almost of month of travel, with having had only two days to prepare before hitting the road, it’s time to assess my shining highs and my rock-bottom lows.

What did I learn from this crash course in winging a last-minute trip?

Quite simply, I learned how to survive it.

So now I’m going to give you some “insider tips”, so that you that can survive it better than me.

January 31, 2013 8
grrrltraveler survives ktx cold
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Surviving a last-minute trip: Things I SUCKED at (Part 3)

In my last post about survival trips, I told you the things I did well. But obviously, everything wasn’t smooth-sailing. If you’re pulling a last minute trip with multiple desitinations, you’re bound to have flaws… big ones.  So while I aced most of my trip, there are a couple of things that I failed big […]

January 24, 2013 2
female urinary device, fud
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If you’re a woman, would you pee standing up?

Are you a newbie to using squat toilets? Traveling a country, where there’s non-western toilets? Going hiking in the woods, where the toilet is the great wide open? Well, here’s a helpful aide for my squeamish squatters…

January 17, 2013 35
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World’s Worst Toilet: #9 Paid Public Toilets (Paying to Pee vs Pee for Free?)

No matter how I look at it, Indian public restrooms make me suspicious.

On a positive note: at least they have them!

But what about paid public restrooms?

November 3, 2012 10
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