You’re never truly alone.
I remember the moment I fell in love with Taipei.
Siem Reap is charming, but the overload of tourists brought out my inner cynic.
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.
The energy in Phnom Penh is electric.
Although known for its rich history during the Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh City has an under-appreciated creative side.
You don’t really know Chiang Mai until you get lost here.
Bangkok comes alive at night.
Backpacking is about more than just traveling; it’s about the people you meet along the way.
I’m officially a millennial stereotype. Last month, I quit my 9 to 5 to pursue my love of travel. I made the decision about six months ago, although that didn’t make it any less terrifying. I’ve since received an overwhelming amount of support from former coworkers, friends, and family. But contrary to many life advice columnists who tout quitting to pursue their passion, I didn’t hate … Continue reading Why I quit my job to travel