As my travel is coming to an end, for now, I have decided to streamline where all of my information goes. The blog has moved to http://www.travelwanderwoman.org Check us out there for information about solo travel, women who travel, and pretty much all things travel! Thanks so much for joining in on the journey. Liz… Continue reading We’ve moved….
Even if you don’t speak the same language everyone is the same. You don’t need much to live and be happy. Being alone for an extended amount of time is good for the soul. Pack what you need and no more. People are nicer than you think. Sunglasses will be your BFF in Southeast… Continue reading 50 things I learned while traveling for 1 year.
Four words…who’s life is this? I am sitting in London, just booked a flight to Bali, and finally finished putting together digital photo albums from the past 9 months of travel. I left the United States in November of 2016 where I had amazing people in my life, a diverse community, and a career which… Continue reading Traveling the world, get paid to teach English, and living for free.
From day one, the actual date was November 26, 2016, the common question has been, “How will you afford to do this ( “this” meaning travel). There are multiple blogs and articles out there that explain and explore this topic so I will not rehash. What I would like to discuss is sustaining your long… Continue reading Sustaining long-term travel
Just like every major capital city in the world Rome isn't known for being a cheap place to visit. Once you have paid for your hotel, the stupid expensive taxi rides, the over priced city center food and 6 Euro Coffee, there are serval places to visit which are FREE! That's right FREE. Travel Tip:… Continue reading Rome for FREE!
I prepared myself for the heat which I was told the night before; by the bartender in Thailand, "very very very very hot, you get cancer", saying this as he rubs his arm. Living in Thailand for 5 months got me use to the humidity and heat. My mind was prepared and I tried to… Continue reading I ❤ Cambodia
Just two hours from Bangkok by van, there is a hidden gem; a place I never heard of before moving to Thailand. The place, Ayutthaya. "Founded c. 1350, Ayutthaya became the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai. It was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th century. Its remains, characterized by the prang (reliquary towers) and gigantic… Continue reading A gem 2 hours from Bangkok