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The End. But Not Really...

I write this post with tears in my eyes as I say goodbye to South America after traveling for four months. What a truly amazing and literally life-changing adventure it has been for me. 640 more words


Sevilla and Bull

Here I am in Seville, marveling at the Moor influenced architecture, hopping from one tapas bar to the next and touring the city by horse drawn carriage, with a glass of white wine in my hand. 374 more words


Not Ours to Keep

I’ve made a lot of close friends on the Camino, which called for some hard goodbyes. It all seemed rather unfair, to be blessed with wonderful new friends, yet have to part with them after only a few weeks, fulling knowing some of us may never see each other again. 233 more words


Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Montevideo and the Final Countdown

As of today I am officially one week away from my flight home. I know I’ve said it before, but I can’t believe I’m at this point. 908 more words

South America

Exploring Budapest

Budapest was never a place I planned on traveling to, in fact I was quite ignorant of its’ existence. In February, I had classes when most people had a break, but I figured I could do a quick three day trip somewhere. 844 more words


Day 16: Freefalling

My days on the Camino are filled with stories. That’s really what I do all day, I walk and I listen. I’ve listened to people grieve for the loved ones they have lost, teach me songs in French, tell me folktales from their home countries. 256 more words


298. Day 10 (South Korea trip) 

I’m sitting in a cosy cafe near Pusan National University and I can’t quite believe it’s already Day 10 of my South Korea trip.

The trip started out in Seoul, before I progressed to Jeju, then to Busan. 765 more words