This is my experience of taking a career break to travel, as a woman and someone stereotypically older than a gap year backpacker. I relive the doubts, the choices and the results.
I've looked forward to Asia because I love all Asian cuisines, but when it came to Malaysia I was a little disappointed. This is just a short rant about the lack of fruit and veg available. Not that interesting.
Everyone hates life admin and it gets worse when you're travelling. This is just a little rant about how shit it is to do life admin when you're in a different country. I know, woe is me.
Living life in the moment and enjoying each day as it comes doesn't mean that we have to stop thinking about our future. With a plan and a bit of commitment anything is possible even if you're lazy.
What do you mean?! You can be an introvert and actually enjoy meeting people while you travel?! I wouldn’t go so far as to say ‘enjoy’ but I certainly hate it a lot less.
My experience of trekking over 100kms without a guided party. Dealing with unknown distances, unfortunate toilet stops and closed campsites.
The drive through the valley is literally called Ruta de las Estrellas, or Route of the Stars. I set up my camera and tried to capture some of the fabulous constellations we learned about.