Over the years, I’ve picked up travel tips from fellow travelers and created my own to suit my style of travel.
I admit, I tend to over pack – so I won’t mention how I pack. However, when it comes to logistics and day-to-day items, I have a few tips to share. Hope my tricks will help you one day! Continue reading →
On November 2013, I began sharing my travel stories on WordPress. Slowly over the last few months, I have realized what a great, supportive community this is to be a part of!
Thank you for reading my ramblings!! I look forward to sharing more of my past travel experiences with all of you – in hope of motivating more people to travel Planet Earth and beyond! I hope you’ll be here when I launch into the next phase of my life.
Karen – the elated Single Woman jumps for joy on Easter Island
Back in 2009, I packed my bags and went to Eastern Australia for 6 weeks. The plan was to get my scuba diving certification at the Great Barrier Reef, visit friends I met while traveling who live in Sydney and Melbourne and fill in the blanks on the go.
I was scared and excited – total mixed bag of emotions, I tell ya!
The KINK => I cannot swim, not really. I am scared of water. I can kinda swim the back stroke but if water splashes onto my face (with goggles ON) – I freak! I have drowned in a swimming pool, during adult swimming lessons, where the water was just deep enough that I cannot touch the bottom. So yes, there’s a slight problem. Reason for fear of water: I drowned to death in a past life – this is a recent discovery. Continue reading →
When people say “Let it go”, what they really mean is “Get over it,” and that is not a helpful thing to say. It is not a matter of letting it go – you would if you could. Instead of “Let it go,” we should probably say “Let it be”; this recognizes that the mind won’t let go and the problem may not go away, and it allows you to form a healthier relationship with what’s bothering you.