While having so much free time on my hands these days while I job search throughout the Midwest I decided to do a little writing on the side. After sending in an article or two to a couple of web based writing platforms I got the lovely email that one of my articles had been accepted. 🙂 You can check it out here, enjoy. 5 … Continue reading Published Online Writing… Say What?
On my 26th birthday in 2014 I said, “This will be the most fun year of my life” and you better believe it was. Traveling through six different countries in 12 months and enjoying three separate music festivals, it really was the most fun year I have ever had. On my 27th birthday in 2015 I said, “This will be the most life-changing year of … Continue reading 7-Week Reflection
is truly a wonderful sight to see. After some much-needed rest 7 o’clock pm rolled around and it was time to get in at least one stop for the day. This one stop was something I had read about online and luckily was only a five-minute walk from me. Red Sky in the Cantara Grand Hotel, it is attached to Central World. Once inside Central World … Continue reading The Dark Side of Bangkok…
If you are not familiar with google flights yet and their “explore destinations” feature, it is an absolute wonderful tool. Kayak has a similar one, but the google one has a lot more filters to sort through. Using this to narrow down my next destination with my only one requirement, the flight must cost less than $50 USD. Cue Phuket. Phuket was not originally a destination … Continue reading Party in Phuket
Now that I have all the historical Bangkok covered to my liking it is time to discover modern Bangkok. Siam Center and Siam Paragon is next on my list. This large and modern mall is truly a sight to see. There is elephant art currently scattered every where which is available for sale and the extravagant Christmas decorations remind you that even though it is … Continue reading Modern Bangkok
My first full day is pretty much all planned out at this point. It will consist of a full day of temples and seeing the history of Bangkok. Making my way to the Chao Phraya Express Boat via BTS it is already clear to me that you really need to walk some of this city because almost every time you turn there is something new to … Continue reading Historical Bangkok
This will be short and sweet. I have been in Manila far longer than I intended to be, which quite frankly I have James and Camila to thank for that. They have truly been a blessing when it comes to this journey and I cannot thank them enough. I spent two days doing research regarding where I want to go and what I want to … Continue reading Next Stop