My Fellow Jerseyans!

I travelled 10,000 miles away and find myself hanging out with two adventurous and hilarious girls from Jersey. In such a short period of time, I felt like I’ve know Jasmine and Georgia for years now. Jasmine I met back … Read More

Airplane Ritual: Heading for Laos

This is part of the last leg of my journey in 2012. I definitely learned a lot more about myself than I could have ever anticipated. I finally let go of the past for the most part and allowed myself … Read More

Temples, Stupas and Pagados. Welcome to Bagan!

Bagan, Myanmar is like a Disneyland for adults and I loved every minute of it from the sun that attacked us from above, to the dusts that encircled us and through the bumpy horse carriage rides. One word…AMAZING! We hired … Read More

Finding a Bit of Myself in Dalla

I go to different places to experience things I normally wouldn’t experience at home. These experiences become embedded in my mind and motivates me to do something to change the world for the better. But, at times, these experiences become … Read More

Walking the City of Yangon Myanmar

We arrived in Yangon close to noon from Bangkok, Thailand. The Yangon airport is relatively a new structure. The moment we passed through immigrations and customs, I noticed that majority of men wore skirts which I learn is called a … Read More

It Doesn't Have to be a Living Human Museum

Jae blurts out in a sarcastic voice, “You only feel that way because that Dutch girl said so.” Maybe he was right. He was referring to a conversation a Dutch girl and I had during our trip from Chiang Mai … Read More

Soaking in the Culture of Cambodia

It’s been an amazing time seeing the ruins of the temples of Angkor. But, I have to admit I am yearning to see an actual buddhist temple that isn’t in ruins. Jae and I set out on a journey to … Read More

Tomb Raider…No! It's Angkor Wat!!!

I realized that I have known Cambodia for a some time now. Since childhood, we’ve been shown pictures of Cambodia’s ancient history through games like Street Fighter and Tomb Raider. Yes, you read it right!!! The images of these ancient … Read More

24 Hours in Singapore

It was roughly 10pm and I just boarded my train from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia into Singapore. Just earlier I purchased my first class ticket which cost around $30. I wouldn’t make it to Singapore until early in the morning so … Read More

How Tall Is It? My Neck Hurts!

The moment I arrived at the Kuala Lumpur center I looked like one of those tourists who just got to NYC arching their necks to stare up at the skyscrapers. Wow, these buildings are extremely tall, extremely new and quite … Read More