Discovering Bangkok in 48 Hours

Bangkok. A whirlwind of sights, sounds, and tastes. The capital of Thailand and, in many ways, the front door to the world of Southeast Asia. Millions of locals zoom by modern skyscrapers and hundred-year-old temples, while over 140,000 tourists arrive to the city each and every day. This all goes to show how large and…

3:10 to Amalfi

It’s never the things that you expect to be most meaningful that actually hold the most meaning. It’s not seeing the Mona Lisa or visiting the Phi Phi Islands. It is the 6 hour drive through rural India. The boat ride between islands in Indonesia. The endless wandering through Angkor Wat. The solo bike ride…

A Summer Down Under: Outside of City Centre

Moonlit Sanctuary Similar to many other first time tourists in Australia, the top item on my bucket list was a close encounter with some of Australia’s most famous animals. Learning quickly that holding koalas is fairly rare outside of Queensland, I worried that my closest encounter would be the glimpses I caught at the Sydney…

A Summer Down Under: Melbourne

While Sydney was described to me many times as “the LA of Australia,” and Melbourne the New York, I left sunny Sydney ready for the hustle the bustle. Dropping my bags at Southern Cross Station and wandering down the gridded streets to Federation Square, it didn’t take me long to start seeing what everyone meant.

A Summer Around The World

Traveling through three continents, eight cities, and circumnavigating the globe completely, this summer has been unlike any other. Starting in South Africa, interning in Australia, and then sightseeing through Japan, China, and Nepal, catch a glimpse of my summer around the world in the video below! Also check back for posts about my adventures in…

Vietnam

Post coming soon about Hanoi, Ha Long Bay & Hoi An!

Morocco

Post coming about Morocco soon!

Iceland

Post coming soon about Reykjavik, Iceland!  

Malta

Post coming soon about Malta!