Archive for Category: "asia"
While backpacking in Thailand, I’ve chosen to steer clear of booze. Though many people travel abroad fo get drunk and party, I’ve got seven reasons why I’ve chosen not to indulge
While living in South Korea, I’ve fallen for Taekwondo and now practice it six days a week. Though it’s given me tons of injuries, there are many more reasons why I’m not giving it up–even after I get my black belt
Despite Pashupatinath’s smoke, tourists, and locals charging for photographs, Pashupatinath turned out to be a relaxing and fascinating site. One of Nepal’s holiest Hindu temples, it gave my partner and me a glimpse into Nepal’s religious life
Three months ago, I made a life-altering transition in my life: I went from living for two years in empanada-loving, Spanish and Guaraní speaking, Reggaeton-blasting Latin America, to rice-and-dahl gorging, Hindi-central chattering, and Bollywood-dancing Southeast Asia
Those women who have dedicated their lives to the love of travel know that usually there is no time or place for romantic love. All of our thoughts, energies, dreams and ambitions are entirely absorbed and devoted in a pre-existing, all-consuming love: the love of buying plane tickets, planning adventures, chasing after the unknown, and most of all, being transient