Unsure of how to pick your host family? Former au pair Melanie Holt gives some tips on how to find a good one.
This holiday season I’m partnering with the team at Expedia to share my insights on where to go in 2015. This list is both a reflection of my favorite places as well as a dream destination list, and hopefully … Read the rest
Without a doubt, Koh Tao is one of my favorite places in Southeast Asia.
Yes, you read that correctly. Coup. On May 22, 2014, the Thai military took control of the government and enforced curfew and martial law, banned political gatherings, censored the media and detained and arrested politicians.
As fate would have it, … Read the rest
India was, for lack of a better word, the most hard-core trip of my life. At various points in my six weeks I was struggling to breathe from the stench of cow shit, vomiting from (many) bouts of food poisoning, … Read the rest
Hey guys! So as you may have seen on Instagram, I am now officially a Denver resident and a full-time employee with benefits and a desk. I know, I can’t believe it either.
So as promised, I’m starting a … Read the rest
But often when travelers decide to hike the Himalayas, they head to Nepal. I get it- … Read the rest
Hey guys! So I’m really excited to share with you my first blogger interview with none other than Shing from The Culture Map! I’ve been following along with Shing’s travels for years and she’s awesome because a. she’s super … Read the rest
Before leaving India I knew I’d have to make one last stop- the Taj Majal.
The Taj Majal is located in Agra, a few hours south of New Delhi. Built in memory of the Emperor’s third and favorite wife Mumtāz … Read the rest
In the past five weeks, I had eaten meat once (goat stew), drunk one beer (Kingfisher- blergh), completed … Read the rest