While starting your scuba certification journey is fairly straightforward, the actual process takes time, commitment, and a level of physical fitness that ensures your safety (remember: scuba diving is classified as an extreme sport and accidents do happen).
Diving is one of the most unique and rewarding experiences I’ve ever pursued, and it’s something that I’m constantly trying to learn more about. That’s why I’ve decided to do a blogging series about scuba diving.
Words to Inspire and Encourage You onto Adventure Many people - myself included - will swear that traveling is the best time to crush some books. Whether we're trapped on a 12-hour plane ride, are spending the entire day on a train, or find ourselves in a hostel with less than useful WiFi, reading is … Continue reading 50 Amazing Books for Travelers 2020
Siem Reap is best known for being the home of the world-famous Angkor Wat temple, but the city doesn't stop and end at this amazing temple complex. There are countless of fun activities and attractions to keep you busy during your visit. That's why I've put together this extensive list of my favorite things to … Continue reading 25 Things To Do in Siem Reap 2020
I’m a little more than halfway through my month in Thailand and for the most part, I’ve been hanging out in the southern part of the country. Based on what I’ve seen and done so far, I couldn’t imagine how northern Thailand could stack up against its southern counterpart. Southern Thailand was a dream. The … Continue reading 16 Things To Do in Chiang Mai 2020
For backpackers, there are lots of places we dream of going to, but for some reason Southeast Asia encompasses everything we want out of a trip. It’s inexpensive, full of adventure, rich in culture, and packed with awesome people. Spread across nine different countries – Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, and … Continue reading Your Essential Packing List for Southeast Asia 2020
Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away... And this galaxy was called Little Rock, AR. The year was 2011 and I had just landed in South Korea, my first time outside of the United States. Not only was I a very sheltered junior in high school with no true concept of travel … Continue reading My Travel Itinerary for Southeast Asia