America’s oldest park? Check. The world’s busiest airport? Check. In 2019, I spent time in 9 different cities across the United States, 5 of which I was visiting for the first time. Here are my travel highlights of 2019!
It may be random (what even is that arbitrary nutmeg sculpture outside of Ion Orchard?!), strange, gorgeous, even revolting — but that’s the beauty and fun of it.
Sometimes opportunities to travel will come to you, but sometimes it’s on you to make the trips happen. Here’s how to keep it cheap.
With the 2020 Summer Olympics coming up soon, we’re about to hear a lot more about the island country that is Japan. But even still, I think it’s one of those places you’ve heard a lot about already.
In my mind, the title of the “classic” European capital has always sat with the likes of Paris or Rome or London or Berlin or Amsterdam, but, if I’m honest, Lisbon never really featured in my mind.
The mere fact that you are there, breathing the air of a foreign place and looking around and seeing people and buildings and trees who speak a different way of life than you is incredible enough.
(Johnny Cash? Really?) It’s interesting how, based off where you live, some places feel nearer to you than others — both physically, but also non-physically. While growing up in Kenya, Europe and the Middle East seemed only a stone throw away; the farthest our travel vision seemed to go was (maybe) North America. Naturally, then,…
Given that I’m in Singapore for quite some time this summer, I thought it would be fun to write a series detailing a few of my adventures around this sunny city-state. Some of my ongoing missions include a hunt to find all 7 Merlion Statues (I’ve only seen the 2 main ones), visiting the gardens…