I left the country with a firm believe that Myanmar’s main treasure is not the cold, covering their endless pagodas. It’s the people. Humble, friendly, kind and so sincere, it will deeply touch your soul. Their citizens are not rich financially,
I found it challenging to balance traveling and a “normal life” everyone expects you to have. There is always a dilemma of what to pick: career over travel, budget over comfort, solo travel or group, beach or a cultural destination.
Love me or hate but this is an unfiltered, non-edited post based on my own experience. Being overwhelmed by my tip I feel the need to share this with others. I’m happy if you had a different one but this
After backpacking Asia on my own I was looking for a place to complete my trip on the high note. Something spiritual, quiet, peaceful and beautiful. It all came together in Bali. Long before I made it to Indonesia I
I had this idea in my head for a long time. And I mean a long time. Few years or more. But there always was something more important: job, relationship, car payments. All these adult life responsibilities in charge of