It’s hard not to compare Barcelona and Madrid—as the two biggest cities in Spain they share many similarities, but what stood out most to me were their differences.
Continue reading 5 key differences between Madrid and Barcelona
Madrid is a warm, captivating city that I’ve only just begun to explore, but I can already say me encanta.
Continue reading Texan in Spain: Six reasons (and counting) why I love Madrid
As a third culture kid, I learned to be comfortable being uncomfortable.
Continue reading How travel began to feel like home
Siem Reap is charming, but the overload of tourists brought out my inner cynic.
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No wi-fi. No air-conditioning. Few bathrooms had flushing toilets. But one look at the turquoise water and I thought, if this is roughing it, then so be it.
Continue reading Koh Rong Samloem: Short-lived paradise
Although known for its rich history during the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh City has an under-appreciated creative side.
Continue reading Ho Chi Minh: Beyond the chaos
Words can’t describe how beautiful Hoi An, Vietnam is.
Continue reading Photoblog: Hoi An