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- More freedom – (at least for a white female tourist, it feels like there aren't comparatively as many restrictive social prescriptions)
- More community
- Less boring
- Less controlled
- Life is more interesting and educational
... is to start building a life with Mike, but don't fret followers! I'm keen on continuing my cruising, just not so often. I'm also going to be taking mini road trips and adventuring around my own country. I've also been toying with the idea of starting my own travel blog, as in one with my own domain name/website. Still a lot of planning and work to do on THAT, but I hope you all continue to join me on this next exciting chapter of my life! ...
We got around to deciding where we would like to spend our major travel time on my sabbatical. The Eastern Mediterranean has always been a dream of mine to visit. I really wanted to try to get to the pyramids in Egypt but travel warnings have closed off access to the country. We have decided to visit Rome, train ...
Ahhhhhhh, finally a nice quiet island! Koh Phangan is much lower stress and much quieter than previous places. I'm really enjoying hanging out poolside and on the beach talking with other tourists and enjoying the scenery. It has been overcast with occasional rain, which is fine with me. Still warm. The locals have been real nice and I've enjoyed their food immensely. No ...
... t support the elephant back trek safaris either (Thailand and Vietnam in particular). Those unfortunate animals are captured, separated from the herd, tortured until they have no choice but to 'work' carrying tourists on their back all day. Opt for hiking/biking/cultural events. There are plenty of other fun options.