Each endeavor evokes a plethora of emotions in a nomad, but the first time you take the leap alone, it can be its own unique journey. From the moment you entertain the idea, manage to squeeze everything into your backpack, arrive at your destination, to when you land back home, the range of emotions you …
In 2015, BBC posted an article listing 50 Reasons to #LoveTheWorld. Over the past 27 years, I’ve been fortunate enough to visit over 200 cities in 38 countries on 6 continents.
Open your eyes and the world surrounds you. The ground beneath your feet feels big, but you know you are small. The weight on your back goes unnoticed and the wear in your clothes is forgiven.
The morning my life changed began like any other, with the same responsibilities, and with nothing significant making it stand out.
As a 20-something, I often feel like my life is in limbo, somewhere between my rebellious teenage years and my (hopefully) more mature 30s. Some days I wake up, and it all makes sense.
The sea of green is enough to make anyone want to explore the vast expanses of nature, but the friendly converation will make you want to stay.
For all the reasons twenty-four seemed scary at sixteen, it overwhelms me now that the dreaded year has brought with it bureaucracy once unforeseen.
Despite the countless houses, apartments, hostels and homestays I have lived in, I have never truly felt that I had a home.