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.
Johannesburg is haunted by stereotypes, one of which is that Cape Town is South Africa‘s creative hub while Johannesburg is all business. That truth is, Joburg has a vibrant arts and culture scene, one facet of which is street art. […]
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 […]