So there are two types of people: Those who see danger and cringe and those who see danger and smile. And while I am normally on the smiling side, I became a scaredy cat in Thailand. When it came to the food that is. Thank goodness we were told before arriving that Thai spicy means you’ll be weeping as the food goes in and weeping as the food … Continue reading Be Thai Spicy or Be Lame
What happens to a scatterbrained mom when she takes her two kids to New York City? Adventure! Continue reading Lost In New York City: An Adventure.
If you have a love of photography and are planning to travel with friends, this is a must read to make sure that your trip is well documented. Continue reading Documenting Your Journey: Tip No. 2
Remembering Thailand . The beauty, the people and the adventure. Continue reading Remembering Thailand
I want you to know that I am not a planner. As a matter of fact, I hate planning. But when it comes to documenting your trip, some forethought is going to lead to appreciating yourself instead of rolling your eyes at yourself. Continue reading Documenting Your Trip: Have a Focus
Y’all want to know more about my travel experiences? I sure hope so because I’ve been nominated for a travel tag by the lovely Angela. She’s got all sorts of variety in her posts, from travel to food to regular postings of her favorite things. Check her out. So let’s get to the questions, shall we? What is the most adventurous dish you’ve ever tried … Continue reading Travel Tag!
I’ve been thinking of how to start writing about my journeys in Thailand and it’s taken me more time than I had anticipated. I’ve decided to just start with one of my favorite experiences. Just one. The Maerim Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai. Continue reading Elephant Sanctuary, Thailand
Turning into the drive of The Raleigh Hotel, we are enveloped by the shade of lush green palms and cabana strips. I instantly feel like I’ve arrived. Arrived where? Arrived at life. Continue reading Girl’s Getaway: South Beach
Many of us have had dreams of doing great things only to find that life and our own choices got in the way. These posts are an offer of encouragement and a call to action. Starting late does not need to equal Too Late. Here’s my story… Continue reading Women Camping. Starting Late: Part One