Guess what?! I had another visitor here!! Ariana was my first travel buddy outside of my parents/brother/family in general or groups, so it was exciting to be able to get to explore another country together! So the story goes like this… Both of us attended Blue Mountain Academy in Pennsylvania and even though we were … More The Lost Travelers Meet-Up!
Yes, I know. This is more than a month overdue. (Mainly due to the fact that I’ve been busy with another visitor! – which shall be a whole separate post for later.) This is more than two months overdue. (Due to the fact that, not only did I have a visitor, but I was out … More Bhutan with the Mau Fam
As many of you know, my amazing family came to visit me during the holidays last month. If any of you know my parents and/or older brother, you know hilarity always ensues and many adventures to go with it. Jeremy arrived first – thankfully, he made it into the country. Some of you might have … More Vacay with the Mau Fam (Nepal Part 3)
A lot has happened in the last two months. (I know, that’s such a cliche opener. Haaaa.) So we’re gonna go rapid fire down a list of cool and maybe not-so-cool things that have happened in the past two months since my last update. I celebrated my 26th birthday here. It was a lovely day, … More Three months down. (Nepal Part 2)
For those of you who were wondering…or guessing…or just had no clue – yes, I am currently in Nepal. (Surprise!) After being here for a little over a month, I figured it was high time that I write about my experiences and observations I’ve had so far. Here goes. What am I doing here precisely? … More My Reality (Nepal Part 1)
This is the problem with me blogging. I get behind and then it takes me weeks to finish! But here goes – I’m going to let the pictures do the talking for this last post on Mongolia. (I think I was supposed to post this picture earlier…) The group had fun playing games with the … More Mongolia (Part 4)
(I’m SO behind on posting….sorry!) 8/8/2016 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia It’s interesting to watch how people interact with each other and transform after a few days of being together. I was a tad bit worried about the dynamics of the group in the beginning since we have such a large age gap (young and old), but … More Mongolia (Part 3)