Tag Archive: backpacker

Finding Your Tribe

Just like in summer camp, there’s this unspeakable bond you make with people who you meet while traveling. One small conversation on the train can lead to a lifelong friendship. When traveling, your… Continue reading

What They Won’t Tell You About Moving Abroad

You got the job, the plane ticket is purchased, and you are on your way to starting your new life as an expat. This is such an exciting time for you! Props to… Continue reading

Konnichiwa, Japan!

This past November was my fifth Thanksgiving and birthday away from home, and what better way to spend it then in Japan! My coworker Xisa and I ventured to Osaka, Japan to spend… Continue reading

Paradise Found in Boracay

One of the best parts of teaching in Asia was the accessibility to some of the world’s most pristine and idyllic beaches. I’ve been fortunate enough to lounge on beaches covered with white… Continue reading

My Top Lost In Translation Moments

Living in a foreign country, you will encounter the good, the bad, and the ugly. Everyday brings an interesting of frustrating experience. It became a running joke in Hong Kong that anything that… Continue reading