Off-the-beaten-path: Islands SE Asia

Many people who travel often discover a niche they are drawn to more than others. Some like big cities– they like losing themselves among the bright and exciting lights, and the thousands of people moving from one place to another. Others like historical sights. From Machu Picchu to Ankor Wat, to Teotihuacan they pack their…

My Traveling Must Haves

Wow, last week I received a notification stating this blog has just turned 6! I’m completely stunned, how has time gone by this fast? I swear just yesterday I was standing in the aisles of my local REI trying to figure out which backpack would be the best for my trip to Spain. Now, 6 years, 3 jobs, and 30 countries later I still have that same exact pack accompanying me on my adventures. To honor this fun (abet scary) anniversary I have decided to talk about a few of my favorite things. My backpacking must haves.

Photo of the Day

Fresh made cheese waits to be purchased in a plastic box on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

South East Asia Video !!

Had a really fun 8 hours making a video of my trip (and by fun I mean, as fun as having your teeth pulled). If you want a pretty accurate summary of my three month adventure, check it out! South East Asia 2014  Enjoy!

Kampot & Kep

After the island I spent two days in a wonderful, lazy beach town. Saw salt flats, pepper fields, drove through the country side, and ate fresh crab on the waterfront.

Chasing the sun (the sequel)

Man, getting to Thailand is no joke. Wednesday morning I woke up, finalized some packing (almost forgot a towel), went to crossfit (don’t judge me), and then headed to the airport with my wonderful father. After a quick stop for food and tears with my momma, we arrived at the airport a little before 1….