Monthly Archives: March 2016

Waking up in Bangkok

After 8,761 miles, 20 hours of flying and three months of anticipation the day had finally come for me to wake up in Bangkok. The smell of burning incense filled the air, while the sound of firecrackers popped along the banks echoing back and forth as morning rituals got underway. With half a plan we caught a boat […]

A Rock’n Birthday in Gibraltar

Turning 31 in Gibraltar rocked (pun intended)! Beautiful beaches, stunning backdrops and wonderful food. In my 30th year I successfully pulled off what I set out to do: chase my dreams, travel the world, play amateur photographer, and live to tell about it. My birthday was spent lazily touring the peninsula, enjoying port wine, eating pimientos de Padrón (new […]

Chefchaouen: Funky Blue Medina

With our broken Arabic and minimal French we snagged a petite taxi from Tangier to Chefchaouen. A 4 hour, very hilarious, very mountainous, very oh-my-god-we-might-just-die ride. The driver was cooky and fearless… to say the least. Nestled in the middle of the Rif Mountains this blue city stands out among its brown and green backdrop […]