Meraki

A DAY IN HIROSHIMA & MIYAJIMA

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Leveled by an atomic bomb in 1945, a visit to Hiroshima provides invaluable insight into the devastation the city and its people faced, while also providing a sobering reminder of the dangers of nuclear warfare, a reminder that seems more pertinent than ever in recent months. Just off the coast from the city, the island of Miyajima offers small town charm and is home to...
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Post-RY Day 30

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We should probably talk about the elephant in the room (or in the Elephant Nature Park – aw, remember that?). I completely fell off the face of this highly trafficked very important blog for the last 6 weeks, which includes my last 2 weeks of Remote Year. Like a punk. I had every intention of documenting the minutia of my final days with Meraki, sharing the adorable...
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Cao Thon Vietnam: A Day Visiting an Incense Making Village

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We found this unique Vietnamese village that makes incense. Get off the beaten path and discover unique local culture.
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I Drank on a Bus

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In 2016, I gave up my apartment. I gave away almost everything I owned. I put the rest in storage and reduced my life to two duffel bags. On December 31st, I flew to Mexico City and spent my first new years away from home. Away from friends and family. Away from everything I’d ever known.In month one, I went on a side trip to...
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Travels with Trinity: Indonesia

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Highlights of our travels in Indonesia. #Bali #Canggu #Denpassar #streetart #abandoned #grafitti
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Travels with Trinity: Cambodia

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Our travels in Cambodia #cambodia #ankorwat #monks #killingfields
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Travels with Trinity: Thailand

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted here. I’ve always got an excuse…but honestly, it just hasn’t been a priority. I’ve spent the past 2+ months traveling Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and now Vietnam with my […]
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Medellín and the month where everything changed

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In Mexico I struggled. In Bogota I settled. But in Medellin I full-blown fell in love with this experience, coming to understand that embarking on this adventure was the best decision I have ever made in my life.And it all comes down to one thing: People. The amazing new family that I feel so immensely grateful to be sharing this adventure with.Magical MedellinFresh off the boat...
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A MINI GUIDE TO CHIANG MAI

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Once the seat of the Lanna Kingdom, the mountainous Northern city of Chiang Mai retains a culturally rich heritage with hundreds of Buddhist temples across the city and a population proud of its traditions and "northern-ness." Get out of the always bustling historic center and Chiang Mai has a decidedly chill vibe, with laid-back cafes, quiet residential streets, and delicious local eats. As a backpacking...
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Day 356

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Adding to the cheesy and beautiful moments that make up the final weeks, tonight we cooked dinner together at the workspace + then watched Home Alone 2 and Lily brought us snacks out of the BLUE like a goddess, and it was just simple and comfortable and lovely.
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