I only had a few hours to recover from having my heart wrung out at the Saigon War Remnants Museum, because I’d scheduled a full-day Ho Chi Minh experience that included an evening food tour by motorcycle. The rest of my group had only booked the half-day version of the...
Sometimes holidays suck.
Georgetown, in Penang, was a much smaller city than Kuala Lumpur, but it wasn’t the chillin’-under-the palm-trees island experience I was looking for. Langkawi was exactly what I needed.
Today, I was determined to have a “real” Saturday; no working all day on the laptop. I had spotted The Green Mile on the bookshelf at the guesthouse earlier. I’ve never read the book, but I’m in love with the movie, so I threw it in my daypack. I...
Everywhere I go in the world, I meet people from the Netherlands (Holland). Tiny country, but those Dutch folks get around. It’s very common for people to do a long-term trip when they’re young, and the travel bug stays with them for life.
I’ve gotten a couple of requests for some concrete information on how to nomad recently. I’ve always wanted to write a comprehensive article on the topic, because all in all it’s so much simpler than I thought it was going to be. So I wrote it.
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Someone just asked this question in a Girls Who Travel group I recently joined. No one’s ever asked before, and I’ve never tried to put it into words.
I’ve been asked to share my budget for Asia, and now that I’ve been here for three months, I feel like I have a handle on costs here. So far, my experiences are limited to Indonesia and Malaysia.
I get asked this question a lot. The short answer is “I don’t know.” But here’s the long version.