Serendipity

Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Cappadocia, Chicago, family, nostaglia, Portugal, slow travel, travel, USA, Washington DC

People often ask me questions about the life I’m living, and I get it. I’m definitely not following a conventional path in life or career and some of the choices I make tend to leave others scratching their heads a bit. I often hear, “I wish I could do what you do, but…” or “I could never do what you do”… and a lot of […]

Life in Turkey: Seker Bayram and Ramazan

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Today was a bit of coincidence as there are major holidays happening in both my homeland and adopted home. So while I’m watching 4th of July beach parties, BBQs and red, white, and blue fireworks displays back in the states, here in Turkey they’re getting ready to celebrate three days of Seker Bayram, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramazan. Ramazan (known […]

250 Days

Posted on 6 CommentsPosted in Africa, Argentina, Bolivia, budget tips, Cappadocia, Chile, destinations, South Africa, South America, travel, Uncategorized

What a beautiful journey this has been and continues to be, every day… As I’ve recently passed the 250-day mark in my travels, I figured it was time for another update. When I wrote my 100 Days update, I tried to dispel the myth of travel being so expensive by giving you a breakdown of costs from my first few countries. Although they have gone […]