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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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Tips for Backpacking Mysterious Myanmar

Tips for Backpacking Mysterious Myanmar

Myanmar (AKA Burma) is a country that was completely cut off from tourism until just a few years ago when it finally opened its borders to foreigners after decades of military-imposed isolation. Myanmar has as many charming beaches and ancient temples as Thailand and is a rich and extremely diverse culture, yet Myanmar still doesn’t get nearly the amount of tourists as the rest of SE Asia. The ancient city of Bagan has more than 2,000 temples, some of them over…

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The Killing Fields

The Killing Fields

Phnom Penh, Cambodia   I got to Phnom Penh by bus from Siem Riep in the late afternoon, so I didn’t end up getting to see much of anything. It was a really rough 8 hour journey with constant random stops where they let people come on the bus to sell us things like fruit or drinks. At one of the food stops they were selling fried cockroaches, which I thought was really disgusting! They were also selling fried maggots and beetles….

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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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