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Telling the parents you want to travel the world

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

Try This. “Mom. Before you say anything, just listen. I’m pregnant…and eloping… with a mob boss.” (Make sure you have something to hide behind before attempting this.) Once her blood pressure comes back to earth and her eyes roll back into their sockets… you can tell her you’re just kidding, and that you’re ONLY going to travel the world. You’re still going to have an uphill battle on your hands, so come prepared. Knowing your enemy is half the fight, and beating them with their own weapons...

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Perhentian Islands : Fourth Most Beautiful in the World

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

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Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

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Phoenix Park

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

Phoenix Park

Dublin. The capitol of the Green Isle itself. The bustling metropolis to the island of leprechauns and Guinness. The ‘Big Smoke’ of Ireland if you will. However, let’s bear in mind that this bustling metropolis is made to scale to the island that it represents. A small, charming capitol for a small and charming country. To describe Dublin is to liken it to an English muffin: small, delicious and full of nooks and crannies. Though it be small, this city is still that: a city. It bustles with traffic, a business area, tourism...

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Best Ways to Beat Your Parent’s Guilt Trip About Your Travels

Posted by on Jun 22, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

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yes, i have a travel pillow. no, i’m not your grandmother

Posted by on Jun 22, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

I know what you’re thinking: TRAVEL PILLOW? Brandy Bell? No, this is not baby boomer travel, this is comfort. The moment I caved. It was 2:47pm on a sunny Los Angeles day, and my flight was boarding for Madrid, Spain in only 6 hours. Joy. I wanted nothing more than to curl up and sleep away the time before getting on a cold metal tube which will propel me through the sky and back to domestic bliss. Alas, there was no comfortable sleeping position available. After To time mention you cheep disulfiram nigh-on that bleached manly tablets...

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28 Things You Don’t Know About Brandy Bell

Posted by on Jun 22, 2014 in Travel | 0 comments

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An Elephant Never Forgets

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Thailand, Travel | 0 comments

An Elephant Never Forgets

  Girl Meets Elephant I’ll never forget the moment I first met an elephant. A good friend and fellow blogger, Diana Edelman, had invited me to her job in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We got on a bus and made the windy drive to a lush camp in the Mae Taeng area. As we drove past the river, I looked to my left and saw a procession of elephants, making their way back to camp. Their proximity turned the beats of my heart up, and as we arrived at the park I struggled to contain my sheer childlike giddiness. Feeling like a kid in a candy store,...

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Date A Girl Who Doesn’t Travel

Posted by on Oct 22, 2013 in Beauty & Hygiene, Brave, Challenges, Life, Love | 17 comments

Date A Girl Who Doesn’t Travel

Everyone in the cafe was turned to look at me. “MHMMMM” I said, with more oomph and soul than a Holy-Roller preacher woman. I licked my finger and flipped the page, devouring the words. The article, “Date A Girl Who Doesn’t Travel” by Debra Ly, was the perfect mixture of honesty and boldness. While we all have ideals of what makes a perfect mate, there’s no denying that the “traveling” breed are one of their own. What do you think : does being a traveler / nomad make you an impossible...

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Stepping Away From the Sugar Coating

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Brave, Challenges, Indonesia, Life | 8 comments

Stepping Away From the Sugar Coating

It’s frighteningly easy to hide yourself behind a blog. Sure, we’re public people who write and photograph our hearts out, but there’s no honesty breathalyzer that we have to blow into before being allowed to hit “publish”. Sometimes, this leads to certain people filtering out parts of their personality that they imagine are less desirable or relevant to their audience. (yup, I mean me)   For some reason, I got it into my head that having a female travel blog meant every post needed to be enthusiastic like a cheer, and...

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