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Why Living in the Developing World Makes You More Mindful

Why Living in the Developing World Makes You More Mindful

Having been born and brought up in a rich, developed country full of opportunity and structure, I never would have been able to imagine a life any different. That was, of course, until I stepped outside my comfort zone and backpacked in India, Nepal, and SE Asia for 8 months, and then moved to Vietnam to work as a teacher. By that time, I’d traveled around developing countries extensively, and spent at least one month in each country to gain…

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7 Best Places to Visit in Bali

7 Best Places to Visit in Bali

Bali is an enchanting paradise,  scattered with ancient temples, astounding nature, and friendly locals. It’s rich in natural beauty, from it’s cascading waterfalls to it’s lush jungles, pristine beaches, active volcanoes, and hidden caves, the nature here is incredibly diverse. Bali is a cultural mecca, with ancient traditions that visitors can easily immerse themselves in. Although Bali is pretty touristy compared to other islands in Indonesia, it remains a gem for its timeless beauty and countless opportunities for adventure. Bali…

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9 Tips On How to Save Money When You Travel

9 Tips On How to Save Money When You Travel

It’s easy to just show up somewhere when you’re backpacking and have no idea much money you’ll be spending, especially when you travel to less expensive destinations, like Thailand. It’s so important to be able to stay within your budget while still being able to have a great time!     Travel During the Low Season   When you travel during the low season, you’ll not only have to deal with less tourists, but accommodation will be much more available and…

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All the Way Around the World

All the Way Around the World

Bali, Indonesia I began my 8 month backpacking adventure at the enchanted island of Bali. After making my way past customs I marvelled all the beautifully intricate statues of Hindu gods and goddesses that towered all the way to the ceiling of the airport. Colossal Hannuman and Shiva statues stood high above me as I made my way out of the airport. A strong sense of spirituality saturated the entire place, and I hadn’t even made it out of the airport yet. When…

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How I Became A Traveler

How I Became A Traveler

Hi! 🙂 I’m Blossom, a half Brit/half American who left the U.S. to explore the world solo. The superficial way of life in Miami  just wasn’t for me, and I decided I had to move on to other pastures. I decided to get rid of these useless ‘things’ we think we need every day, and packed almost everything I owned into one suitcase. It was truly a weight off my shoulders, and I felt much better after getting rid of…

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