I’m a bit behind on writing because I had flown to Fiji the day after my mom left Australia, but it’s fun looking back on our travels. The best way to describe week three is bittersweet. We were looking forward to where we were going, but it was also my mom’s last week traveling with … Continue reading Mommy & Me in Oz – Week 3
My mom is easily the most important person in my life. I’m an only child and have always been close to my momma. She is my biggest supporter and I’m so grateful for her every day. That being said being so far away from her while in Australia and traveling around has been tough and … Continue reading My First Visitor in Australia – Week 1
Would you rather bungee (“bungy”) jump or skydive? I was shocked by how many people said they would much rather skydive because they thought it was less scary and safer than bungy jumping. This was so wild to me. Bungy jumping is significantly lower than when you sky dive out of an airplane. The argument … Continue reading Once in a Lifetime Experience – Bungy Jumping
Wow I've been slacking on this front. The main thing I've noticed is that plastic is everywhere. Cutting out small things like a throw away coffee cup really just isn't enough. I guess plastic is cheaper to make than other materials and it is a hygienic way to separate items into single serve sizes. I … Continue reading Eco Tracking – Weeks 3 and 4
One of the main reasons for coming to New Zealand was to attend Rhythm and Vines. So what is Rhythm or RnV? It is a three-day music festival situated on the East Coast of New Zealand and coined for having the “first sunrise of the New Year.” It has been a bucket list item for … Continue reading I Went to a Festival?! Rhythm and Vines Rundown
I’ve been on a bit of a blogging break for the last week. I was fully in the moment of enjoying Christmas and the end of 2019. I spent Christmas up north on the Northern Island of New Zealand in Paihia. On the 26th, I ventured back to Auckland for a night. The next morning … Continue reading Happy New Year!
This is my first Christmas away from my family and being totally honest I do not like it. I would say missing the holidays with family is the biggest negative of this solo traveling journey I'm on. I'm seeing the most beautiful places and having awesome experiences, but I miss my mom's cooking, seeing the … Continue reading Merry Christmas!