Trogir, is located between Zadar and Split and is the perfect place to go for a day trip or too spend 1-2 days. With it being a small town, you avoid the inevitable travel crowds and not surrounded by tourists coming off cruise ships. It is the best place to enjoy the atmosphere as the… Continue reading A DAY IN TROGIR, CROATIA
10 Backpacker Myths Welcome to my new followers, it's so nice to have you reading! This week's post is all about Backpacker Myths that I commonly hear. Most of these comment I've heard from conversations explaining to people why they should solo travel. Some of these myths do not extend to all people, but I… Continue reading Top 10 Backpacker Myths I’ve Heard and People (Still Believe)
Let me start off by saying, I am teaching grade 1 virtually this year and gosh, am I ever busy. This has been the first time i can sit back and write something other than lesson plans. Im happy that this comes easy to me. Hopefully all of my posts have been helpful thus far,… Continue reading How I Eat, Prayed, and Loved My way through Bali and Pai
The month of October! What a year it has been! This month I am focusing on highlighting some of the hostels I've been in with my hostel series. How do you even Survive a Hostel? Well, I went into a lot of details for you all in that post. So, today we're starting of talking… Continue reading Hostel Series: Zadar, Croatia
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
Thanks to COVID the travelling world has been halted/changed forever. I for one, am very nervous about the travelling industry and what this means for hostels/hotels. I know things wont go back to the way they were but, hopefully they will become better! These are some things I’ve been doing to keep myself sane during… Continue reading How Am I Surviving During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
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
In most cases, you can use a phone app to do just about anything – from booking a flight to buying a house, finding your partner, and getting WOKE. I can’t remember the last time I actually had to sign-on to a direct website or a bank’s website to actually do something since apps have… Continue reading My Favourite Travel Apps
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?