Category: Solo Travel

Angkor Wat. A Must?

Angkor Wat. A place that has been on my bucket list for the longest time. But, as with many destinations these days… tourists have overrun and ruined many beautiful places. It wasn’t an exclusion for Angkor Wat… I thought waking up at 3:30am and heading out before the crack of dawn, would let me see…

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Why Singapore Is A Must!

Singapore is tied with Iceland for my favorite countries so far! I always dreamed of going to Singapore since I was a teenager and I finally made it happen not too long ago! I completely fell in love with the country. The food, the architecture, the people, everything. I know I say this a lot……

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Ultimate Guide to Thailand

Thailand. Oh, Thailand. I love, love, love Thailand. You can say I may be a little bias, because I lived there for a year… but it really is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to. With some of the nicest and friendliest people and some of the most amazing food! From…

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Portland In Two Days

I recently took a spontaneous trip out to Portland because well, I just thought “why not?” I had never been and it is just a short two hour plane ride from Vegas. I also used my credit card points and didn’t pay a single dollar for the flights! (will be writing a post soon about…

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Exploring Myanmar

I decided to travel to Myanmar while I was living in Thailand. It’s only a few hour flight from Chiang Mai, so I made it a weekend trip. Surprisingly, many people haven’t heard of Myanmar and many people who have, wouldn’t think of even going there. Formally known as Burma, Myanmar is a beautiful country…

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My Journey To 35 Before 35

I’m writing this exactly 4 years later since my real travel journey began. For my 30th birthday, I bought myself a plane ticket to Ireland… that was my first solo trip and since then, I haven’t stopped. I set this goal of mine to travel to 35 countries before I turn 35. 4 years later…

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