Why Does Travel Make Your Life Zoom By?
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Why Does Travel Make Your Life Zoom By?

I recently realized one incredible fact: I am no longer a child. This “fact” may seem silly to some, but to me, it’s a reflection of something I’ve struggled with for a few years now. I’ve always thought of myself as one of the kids, one of those people who’s too young to understand certain … Continue reading

Beach Review: Malibu, California (Zuma Beach)
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Beach Review: Malibu, California (Zuma Beach)

As a big fan of the ocean, I’ve felt extremely lucky to visit some of California’s best beaches this August. Recently, I made several trips to Orange County’s well-known Laguna Beach, which is the closest beach to where I’ve been staying here in Southern California. As I mentioned in my previous post, Laguna Beach is very … Continue reading

Living With No Regrets: My Nomadic Life
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Living With No Regrets: My Nomadic Life

Yesterday was a difficult day. Since I’ve been home, I’ve assessed my life situation over and over again. On a couple of occasions, I’ve managed to bring myself to a state of anxiety over where my future will lie. While it seems normal for any young 20-something year old to feel that way, I’m a usually … Continue reading

The Great Canary Island: A Holiday in Gran Canaria
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The Great Canary Island: A Holiday in Gran Canaria

It all started with an early morning flight. My friend, Monica, and I had decided that it was worth trekking to Madrid’s airport at 5am to catch a well-priced flight to Spain’s Canary Islands. Why? We had heard the Canary Islands were magical – several different islands off the coast of Morocco in the Atlantic … Continue reading

The Portuguese Experience: 3 Days
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The Portuguese Experience: 3 Days

It has been an extremely chaotic, yet supremely fulfilling few months. As is evident based on when my last published post was (May), it’s been difficult to post about my recent travels due to my lack of functioning technology. However, that problem has been overcome, which only means that the next month holds much more writing … Continue reading