Archive for Category: "gap year"
Travel has opened many doors for me along with all of the other benefits it has provided. Australia has an amazing coastline, so I’ve had the opportunity to get out on the water like never before. From swimming to surfing to snorkeling, I think I may have done almost everything I can in the water
I had heard that the WiFi in New Zealand was terrible, but I didn’t believe it. Every time someone told me this they also said it was because New Zealand is at the end of sub-ocean internet pipeline, which really seemed like nonsense
Traveling is an eye-opening experience. Being in a different location, away from home, will force you to see the world in a different light. As I have traveled from Nicaragua down to Panama, I have seen and experienced various styles of living.
Leaving home to backpack can be a scary thing. You are exiting your comfort zone, and going places where you don’t know what to expect. It can be especially scary if you are a woman traveling alone
Lonely Planet named Wellington the “world’s coolest little capital” but I still didn’t think I would like it. This is because I generally don’t like cities, even the supposedly “cool” ones. Cities are loud and smelly and, least appealing of all, full of other people