It’s been a while since my last post, but that’s because I like to post when I actually have something I want to write about instead of feeling forced to post something. So today’s post is going to be about my tips of how to travel more. I really became obsessed with traveling this year. Prior to 2015, my trips consisted of Hawaii, Seattle, different road trips in California, a few occasions to Tijuana (used to be a pretty common thing for us Californians BACK IN THE DAY), and of course my road trip across the US after I graduated from nursing school. If you’re like me and stalk Instagrammers who travel all the time or LOOK like they travel all the time then you’re not alone. I too, can get stuck on Instagram for HOURS on end just daydreaming about all the places I want to go. It’s pretty nerve racking sometimes. Especially when they’re travel videos on YouTube. Anyway, I finally made it a point to travel abroad to South America in April and have gone on other small trips around the U.S. since then and am going on another big trip this coming November to South East Asia! I am super excited and wanted to share with you all how you can travel too! Read More
I just got back from Utah a few days ago, worked 3 nights in a row, and tonight is my first night off. Since I’ve been back, I’ve been having Utah withdrawals. I was unbelievably amazed at how beautiful the scenery was and I cannot wait to go back and explore some more. If you haven’t been to Utah you must go! I flew to Vegas and then rented a car did my own customized version of the Grand Circle road trip that most people do. I wanted to share with you where I went and where I stayed in case you will be planning your trip soon.
So I had a few days off from work so I decided to take a last minute roadtrip to visit my fam in Georgia and make it a trip to see some places I’ve been wanting to go to. My original plan was to visit my fam and then head over to NC to hike, but my plans changed and won’t allow me to hike anymore. That’s okay though cause I’ve been really enjoying the scenery here in the South. Here’s a snapshot of my trip so far:
This post is a little late, but I wanted to write this post for those of you who may be planning a trip to Peru and wanted to stop by Bolivia to see the salt flats. This is actually a very popular route that many travelers do, which is why I felt comfortable enough to do this solo even after hearing about bus raids, strikes, and robberies that can happen. If you research online, it has been known that tourist buses can be stopped en route and luggage stolen, but most websites I saw said this is only common with the overnight buses on the popular tourist bus lines, such as Cruz del Sur. Even after reading about this, I still took the leap because a friend of mine has done it before and said she had no problem at all. Hope I didn’t scare you away! Read More