Welcome to the struggle bus on Denial Road 2019. Where the I “found” myself, mastered the art of flirting in another language were not stops on my journey
With that said, you can’t have the good without the bad. Here are my Top 10 Worst Travel Moments of 2019.
No, this isn't clickbait. I am a travel blogger with Impostor Syndrome. Impostor Syndrome? Is this some type of new millennial mental health bullshit? No, actually. Impostor Syndrome says: a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a "fraud".
Pick up lines are the WORST...or sometimes the BEST. Helps to know awkward, grueling and truly embarrassing can truly cross international waters. On this Valentine's Day, I asked female traveler's what some of the best/worst/or awkward pickup lines or stories they've been told abroad. Here is what they had to say...
On May 7th 2017, at around 3:30 pm, I was assaulted with a weapon by a man while on a run in Barcelona.
Growing up Christian, I was taught to Love thy neighbor as thyself. Being taught to be open and loving towards others is something that was without question. Sometimes it’s easier said than done. From the beginning of time and until today people persecuted because of their religion, language, culture, etc. In my life I’ve been hurt by others because of their ignorance or intolerance towards us. That being said l, I know I’m not the only one. Despite its actually motivated me to learn more about others religions, it has not deterred me to try to find the good in everything. This inherent need I have to connect with others via traveling and being engaged in my community, led me to explore my first Iftar ( meal to break fast) during Ramadan.