Yoga, Life and Ecuador

I’ve decided that I am not going to be writing about my past year of travels in order. It becomes too complicated, too structured and a lot of the time unmotiving, rather than reflecting upon my past year and feeling inspired that day by a certain experience. For those of… View Post
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28 things I learned from being 28

We are now in March, meaning I have just one week left until my birthday. It always comes along very quickly after Christmas, given how short February is. In recent years, it has become an annual tradition for me to reflect upon the past year and what I have learnt.… View Post
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Mexico City: Reggaeton anyone?

Eight months, countless countries. I’m not going to lie, I am feeling pretty exhausted and time shows. I’ve been travelling much slower in South America then I did in Central. Some days I’ve done absolutly nothing; well, apart from “life’s admin” and I have not felt one bit guilty for… View Post
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My break up with meat: why I am becoming a vegetarian

Eight months into travel and I have only began cooking for myself in the hostel on a permanent basis. Argentina is excessively more expensive than I was anticipating, owing to a 300 per cent inflation rate over just the past year. This means that, unlike most other South American countries… View Post
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Five Reasons Why You Should Travel Solo

The last time I sat down and wrote a post was September. It’s now 1st December (*final edited 22nd January 2017) and my Facebook page is being filled up with posts about opening the first door of their advent calendar. Where and how has the months flown by? In that… View Post
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