Travel Update: Thailand and The Philippines

I’m always the worst at blogging while on the road so I thought since I’m one month into my trip it would be a good idea to write a post about what I’ve been up to so far!

My current view as I write this post in Bali!

My boyfriend joined me for the first two weeks of my adventures. We landed in Hong Kong and spent 2 nights there exploring the city. Although I’m sure you could spend much longer there and still find things to see and do we felt like we were able to cram all that we really wanted to do into one long day. Continue reading “Travel Update: Thailand and The Philippines”

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How to Spot Bed Bugs

I hate that I can feel confident to write this post after the year that I have had, but considering the amount of times I have found bed bugs in hotels and hostels the past few months I feel the need to share how to spot them before you get bit, how to know its a bed bug bite, & how to deal with all your stuff after getting bit. Continue reading “How to Spot Bed Bugs”

What’s Next?

Hey blogger fam!

I’ve realized lately a lot has changed in my life and I haven’t posted much about what’s up next travel wise. I just left my job as a flight attendant (WHAT? I know. chaos.) and am now heading to Southeast Asia for 2 months! I can’t wait for all the food, beaches, and crazy adventures that are about to happen.  Continue reading “What’s Next?”

Crossing the border Mexico to Belize with ADO bus

Crossing the border from Mexico to Belize is relatively easy and hassle free. Most backpackers will take the ADO bus from Mexico to Belize City. You can catch this bus anywhere in Quintana Roo to Belize City. A lot of people stop in Bacalar, Mexico for a night or two before crossing but you can leave straight from Cancun, Playa Del Carmen, or Tulum or where ever the ADO bus connects. Continue reading “Crossing the border Mexico to Belize with ADO bus”

Backpacking Mexico

I didn’t spend a lot of time in Mexico so I am by no means an expert on this topic. From my time here though I can say that backpacking Mexico is relatively simple and there are tons of tourists and other backpackers around. I flew into Cancun and travelled south in Quintana Roo through Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Bacalar. Continue reading “Backpacking Mexico”

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