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8 Foods You Must Try in Thailand

If the only thing that interests you about Thailand is the food, it would be a trip worth taking. There is so much incredible food in Thailand. Noodles, curries, meat sticks, desserts, the list goes on and on. In Thailand you will find foods from all different cuisines, but this is my bucket list of Thai food you must eat in Thailand!

Making Friends as a Solo Traveler

Don’t you get lonely traveling by yourself? Do you get bored being alone so much? Aren’t you scared to solo travel? These are just a few of the questions I get asked on a regular basis about my solo traveling endeavors, and the answer is absolutely not. I always manage to make friends when I travel by myself and you can too! For those who question how I do it or those who need a little push, I’m going to give you a few examples of ways to break through that barrier to making new friends!

What Draws Me To Travel

The greatest part about my trip in Central America can not be specified into a certain place, a specific moment, or one experience. I loved the experience as whole, the people, the places, all of it. One of the things that I loved the most no matter where I was was...

5 Ways To Save Time And Money Planning Your Next Trip

As I have traveled more and more I have started to become my friends go-to travel agent, and then my friends, friends travel agent, and their friends travel agent, and before I know it I’m handing out travel, planning, and booking advice to people I don’t even know!  As it seems to be such a popular question in my life as of late, I have decided it’s time to write about it and provide an available resource for people.  Finding affordable travel is not hard, and I can guarantee you...

The Truth About Hostels

One of the ways I’ve saved a lot of money this year when traveling is staying in hostels.  Hostels?? Yup, I’ve stayed in hostels in New Orleans, Georgia, and Miami this year, and have arrangements to stay at many more in the trips I have planned for the rest of the year.  For some reason people seem to have such a hard time...

Life Lessons I Didn't Expect to Learn in New Orleans

This trip to New Orleans was my third trip there, but it was different from the others in so many ways.  For one, I had never even heard of the Red Dress Run until recently and I got to experience it on this trip, and my last two trips were solo but this time I had the privilege of going with a longtime friend of mine.  Also, I had a borderline unbelievable experience with another one of my closest friends, and by the end of the trip I actually learned a lot, which is something I didn’t see coming...

Savannah Sunday

I woke up Sunday morning rested and prepared for a peaceful day of wandering around.  I started my day at Foxy Loxy Café for an iced coffee and was delighted to see that they brewed PERC coffee, the coffee I failed to find the morning before.  In that moment I knew it would be a great day,

The Hostel in the Forest Day 2

Day 2 of my adventure at the Hostel in the Forest! Saturday morning I woke up and to my surprise it was freezing! To everyone else not so much, but to a Florida girl like me it was was! I got out of bed, put on a couple layers of clothes, and the jackets I had with me and walked over to the common area of the Hostel...