My Top 5 Activities While Visiting Nungwi, Zanzibar

My Top 5 Activities While Visiting Nungwi, Zanzibar

Sometimes you dream of being in the most magical place, surrounded by an endless array of beauty to ignite your senses. Then suddenly one day you wake up and you are on the island of Zanzibar. Your dream is now your reality. Ten years ago I was privileged enough to spend many months in Zanzibar, [...]

10 Truths About Solo Travel

10 Truths About Solo Travel

Discovering new destinations and far-off lands. Immersing yourself in a totally new culture and language. Living every day as the new adventure that it is. All while on your own terms, on your own journey of discovery, which doesn't only mean places, but it also means of 'Self'. That is what solo travel is all [...]

My Experience Traveling Egypt As A Solo Female

My Experience Traveling Egypt As A Solo Female

History, pyramids, desert, camels, perfumed oils, sheesha, tea and yummy food you eat with your hands. Those are just a few of the amazing things Egypt has on offer. It is a land full of wonders, rich in history and holds a very real energy that one can feel almost pulsing out of the land. [...]

How To Feel Safe When You Are Traveling Solo As A Female

How To Feel Safe When You Are Traveling Solo As A Female

Solo travel. It can sound so daunting sometimes. Time and time again I have had so many people question me in regards to the matter. 'How do you do it?', 'Aren't you afraid?'. I literally just do it, and don't really think about it. It is something that comes very naturally to me. I love [...]

Solo Road Tripping – How To Be Awesome On a Long Ass Drive

Solo Road Tripping – How To Be Awesome On a Long Ass Drive

Recently I once again undertook the long ass drive from Calgary, Alberta to Northwest Territories. Having spent the most of year in Calgary, being awesome as planned, it's coming to fall, which is one of my favorite times of year to be back home in Northwest Territories. The leaves start to change color, mother nature [...]

Losing Hope In Malawi, And Being Saved By Beautiful Strangers

Losing Hope In Malawi, And Being Saved By Beautiful Strangers

I had just arrived to Lilongwe the capital of MalawiΒ after a 36 hour bus ride from Mozambique, on a local African bus, that was falling apart, overcrowded, and had no cushioning on the seats. Not to mention, I was one of the lucky ones to get stuck sitting in the middle on one of the [...]