After almost 6 months of overland travel through Southern Africa, this travel loop is looped. As I sit at the airport, ready to head off to Canada, I reflect on the highlights of my trip and all the things I have to be thankful about.
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Seven months ago, almost to the day, I hopped on a plane to take me back to Africa, back to Bruno. Brimming with hope, excitement, and nerves, I imagined what it would be like to live in a camper van, to spend my days with Bruno, and to travel around Southern Africa indefinitely and freely […]
One of the reasons I most love travel is that it forces you to see things differently. As you explore a new country, you inevitably encounter different ways that people live, and you come face to face with new, and often challenging, experiences. I love this, because I always end up seeing the world – […]
Before departing the North American continent for the umpteeth time, I had the fortune of meeting my parents’ new neighbors, Carla and Hubert. They were telling me about how easy it had been to move into the neighborhood because of the kindness and openness of my parents. Carla told me the story of the day […]
There’s something about the beach that just feels like home. No matter where in the world it is. As long as it has a few key features, like a long, flat, walkable beach, soft, smooth, unlettered sand, and a few seaside creatures that wash up on shore.This morning, I woke up before most of Montanita, […]