At the beginning of the year, I made it my mission to improve my photography. Now I carry my camera with me 95% of the time, even when I'm running errands. You never know where you'll find inspiration. No more taking photos on a whim. I started to ... Read More
Big news everyone! Drum roll please....I moved to Atlanta, Georgia!
I'm officially an Atlanta, Georgia resident!
I even have a Georgia license to prove it! If you read my post a few months ago about my time between being an expat in Hanoi and ... Read More
Angkor in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar are two of the most important Buddhist religious sites in the world. Bagan was originally the capital of the Pagan Empire, with temples dating back to between the 11th and 13th centuries, which was the peak of ... Read More
I love going back to Charleston! Although, I used to live there and enjoyed the city everyday, it was real life. I still had daily responsibilities, which meant either going to class or to work. Now when I visit, I get to experience the city in an ... Read More
A Luxury Travel Blog
January 8, 2015 /
Every Christmas, my extended family gathers at my Grandpa's house in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a week of catching up, skiing, and eating! It is by far one of my favorite weeks of the year, not only because of the special company, but also because of ... Read More
January 6, 2015 /
I highly suggest adding Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam to your list of travel destinations. I discovered it on Southeastasiabackpacker.com. It is still fairly unknown and, therefore, remains a hidden gem. Since 1990, over 170 caves have ... Read More
December 31, 2014 /
One of my favorite aspects of a bustling city is discovering a relaxing outdoor space to read a book, lay out or unwind after touring the popular destinations in the city. While I enjoy time with friends or meeting new people from around the world, I ... Read More
December 15, 2014 /
The motorbike is one of the most used and convenient forms of transportation in Southeast Asia for locals and expats due to the ease of parking and the ability to weave in and out of heavy traffic. However popular, I found them terrifying. When I ... Read More