Here, we are looking at your first hostel... Typical Hostel Room with 4 Beds It's not as bad as you think. I remember talking to my friend Alexis laughing at her because I couldn't believe she was staying in a hostel. I felt so scared for her! and I had so many questions. So i… Continue reading How to Survive Your First Hostel
After seeing photographs of this beautiful area of Italy for years, I finally got a chance to go and witness it myself. On the seaside, you can find five towns that are filled with beauty, food, color, history, and culture . It’s one of the loveliest places I’ve ever been, and of course I fell… Continue reading Photo Journal: CAPTIVATING CINQUE TERRE
Thailand Let's talk about solo travelling for Black women. The fear of sticking out, facing racism or fetishization makes solo travel especially daunting. Today, I want to encourage you to travel alone as a black woman by sharing 5 reasons why you should. To be honest, travel is nothing to be afraid of. In fact, it can be… Continue reading 5 Reasons Black Women NEED Solo Travel
Lost in the Rice Fields in Ubud, Indonesia I did a lot of solo backpacking in 2019 and it was my first time ever doing it. It is crazy to think, I just jumped in head first and didn't look back. This was by far the biggest fear I had to overcome thus far in… Continue reading What Solo Backpacking has Taught Me
This was my very first inquiry, when I decided I was going to travel solo. There were so many question's and so many thoughts in mind. Here are a few things, that quick-jumped my solo planning. I decided I would start a series through a few posts breaking down each of these things. However, for… Continue reading How to Start a Solo Adventure?
OK, I CAN'T TRAVEL I WORK FULL-TIME OK? Think Again. I travelled as a full-time student to: Thailand, Taiwan, and Indonesia. I also travelled as a full-time Masters student and full-time worker to Europe. It is, possible if you just try. I try to make travelling a priority in my life because it makes me… Continue reading