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Seven Things I Like About Living in Vietnam

Seven Things I Like About Living in Vietnam

Living in Vietnam has changed my life forever, for better or for worse. It’s made me laugh, cry, and nearly pull my hair out all in the same day. But ultimately, it’s helped me appreciate a completely new and different culture on the totally opposite side of the world. Now that I’ve actually had the experience of teaching in Vietnam’s schools and have integrated more in the culture, I’ve realized all the little things I missed the last time I…

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Four Things I Dislike About Living in Vietnam

Four Things I Dislike About Living in Vietnam

Living in Vietnam has changed my entire perspective on life. It’s made me laugh, cry, and nearly pull my hair out at times. But ultimately, it’s helped me appreciate all the wonderful things I have, and what a privilege it was to be able to grow up and be educated in a developed, Western nation. Living somewhere versus visiting is ALWAYS different, no matter which place in the world you decide to go. Living here has made me see some…

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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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A Backpacker’s Guide to Paris

A Backpacker’s Guide to Paris

Ahhh Paris, j’adore…my dream city ever since I can remember. I had some mixed feelings about coming to Paris, since it was somewhere I’d always dreamed of going, and I wondered if it would feel much different traveling here than if I hadn’t already backpacked around remote parts of the exciting developing worlds of India, Nepal, and SE Asia. I wasn’t going to let any past travel experiences get in the way of me having a new and wonderful experience, so I…

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Off the Beaten Path of the Annapurna Circuit Trek

Off the Beaten Path of the Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit trek is a breathtaking trek you shouldn’t miss if you come to Nepal! It’s considered to be one of the most extraordinary treks on earth because of its diverse landscapes. You’ll get to see lush valleys, windy canyons, hidden waterfalls, and of course the majestic Himalayas. You also have the challenge of crossing Thorong La Pass, the world’s highest navigable pass at 5,416 meters! After you make it across the pass you’ll see some of the world’s highest mountains, including Annapurna III and Gangapurna. After spending…

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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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