A placement in Northern Thailand led to a local encounter that would change one traveler’s life, and lead her to change the lives of others through Sundara.
Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan boasts a number of tourist-friendly villages worth exploring. While Panajachel offers chances to hike and interact with wildlife, San Antonio is a Mayan Village known for its weaving and textiles; however, of all the places I visited […]
It takes me a bit to get used to the hairpin turns, the almost Mario Kart-like feeling of zooming right into basalt rock walls or toppling down cliffside. Luckily, the idyllic scenery of São Jorge, a mix of water, mountains […]
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When I saw flights to Cartagena on JetBlue for $400 roundtrip from NYC’s JFK, I immediately booked. To be honest, I didn’t know much about the city; however, when backpacking South America two years ago for three months, I ran […]
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When I was 25, I booked a one-way flight to Brazil, wanting to see how far I could make it in across the continent in three months. To this day, the trip is one of my absolute favorites. The adventures […]
As a destination, Santa Marta was probably my least favorite place I stayed during my time traveling through Colombia, beginning in Cartagena and making my way to Bogota. That’s not to say the city had nothing to offer. There’s a […]
Don’t let a wet trip stop you from having a memorable experience. Rain, water and snow don’t have to be a curse when traveling. In fact, these elements allow you to see the world from a new perspective, especially when […]