10 Tips for Backpacking Bali

1. Negotiate prices for EVERYTHING. Bali is notorious for bartering so its best to always try and negotiate prices especially for transportation in order to get a fair price. 2. Use Uber, Bluebird or Grab for transportation - but beware, there are signs in many areas that don't allow these services as they are much... Continue Reading →

Eating Gluten Free in Asia

For my fellow celiac/gluten free friends here's a real guide to eating gluten free in Asia. Before I came here, before I go anywhere, I always look up best gluten free food in the area. I love food - its one of the greatest pleasures of travelling so I want to enjoy gluten free food... Continue Reading →

2018 Bucket List in Review

I realized at the start of this year that I would want to do things in order to cross them off my "list" rather than because I genuinely wanted to soooo I didn't end up crossing everything off this list, but I did have an amazing year full of new adventures. I became a diver... Continue Reading →

Ecuador 10 Day Packing List

Clothing: Dresses x2 – casual & evening Shorts x2 – casual Shirts x5 Leggings x1 Jeans x1 Socks x10 Underwear x10 Swimsuits x1 Sleepwear x1 Bra x2 – regular & sports bra Sweater x1 Cardigan x1 Rain jacket Sarong  Shoes: Hiking boots Sneakers Flip flops Essentials: Passport Wallet Foreign currency and emergency USD – Keep USD hidden in your... Continue Reading →

Quick Guide to Railay, Thailand

Railay, Thailand is located between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang. It's a beautiful secluded area where many day trippers come to see its gorgeous beaches and limestone cliffs. During the night, a smaller group of tourists roam the island and enjoy a more quiet and peaceful atmosphere. There are monkeys all around, no... Continue Reading →

Southeast Asia: 2 Month Budget

When I went to budget for my two month trip to Asia, I was looking at how I could spend as little as possible, forgetting that I've grown pretty accustomed to nice private hotels rooms through my job as a flight attendant. After a few weeks in Asia, picking some of the cheapest hostels, transportation... Continue Reading →

50 Things I’m Grateful For

This year marks year 5 of my little tradition where I list 50 things I'm grateful for today to celebrate Thanksgiving. If you've been reading my blog for a while, then you know this all started when I was on an exchange in France while in university. I was coming home from a weekend in... Continue Reading →

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