[03.2015] Mongolia is definitely not for the faint of hearts! It’s one of those countries that I’d put a disclaimer on! Highly recommend it, but *Must be ok with off roading, not showering, and eating strange food.* Check out some of my previous posts about volunteering and traveling around Mongolia! Volunteering in Mongolia Four… Read More [Day 16] Roaming around Mongolia
[09.2015] Diverting from the norm of my travels… When I first moved back to Los Angeles, an important thing happened! Miya came into my life! My family had been talking about getting a dog for a while and when I got home, there was a dog bed! I got really excited, but was told that… Read More [Day 14] Who saved who?
[09.2017] I took a mini road trip from Vancouver to Seattle to Portland. I met a woman that told me about the purple starfish at Larrabee State Park, so of course, I had to go! It was such a peaceful and green drive along the coast. Not only are there purple starfish, but the tide… Read More [Day 5] Larrabee State Park, Washington
What could be better than swimming with whale sharks (I’m pretty sure this is where the designers of the hoover handheld vacuum cleaners got their inspiration) and drifting through endless waterfalls in dreamy aqua blue water? If you’re looking for an escape from it all with out the touristy feel of more popular Boracay, Cebu is an amazing… Read More Cebu, Phillippines – whale-sharking and river-cruising
Perhaps most of Laos is undeveloped, but the UNESCO World Heritage City, Luang Prabang, is surprisingly established. Tourists flood to this town to see the well-maintained temples, gorgeous waterfalls, and the vibrant night market. I took a short 4-days trip to complete my last stop of the Mainland of Southeast Asia. Day 1: We rented a motorcycle (150,000 kip/$18USD)… Read More Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang- Laos