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Bali

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Bali

Bali is not just for the world's most seasoned travelers, most adventurous backpackers or most elite vacationers. It is a place for whoever wants to enjoy and appreciate all of the beauty, culture and fun that it has to offer.

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Turning Temporary into Long-Term

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Turning Temporary into Long-Term

I know that I'll leave in November feeling fulfilled and like I truly do have a home-away-from-home that I can return to and reminisce about the experiences I had when I was twenty years old.

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Melbourne

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Melbourne

Today Melbourne is an amazing city that's full of life and culture and coffee (insert heart-eyes emoji here). I haven't been to Seattle, but I imagine that it's a lot like that-very "hipster"...and way too cool for me to fit in.

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A Bad Case of the Om Nom Noms

A Bad Case of the Om Nom Noms

Walking down the street is like watching Tasty videos on repeat - I WANT IT ALL. IN MY BELLY. RIGHT NOW. RIGHT NOW.

Drinking Wine and Befriending Kangaroos

Drinking Wine and Befriending Kangaroos

I had the chance to explore just a tiny piece of Australia's amazing flora and fauna this weekend on a tour from Sydney to the Hunter Valley to Port Stephens. Let me tell you, I've never felt more in touch with nature in my entire life. 

Cauliflower Clouds

Cauliflower Clouds

Those cauliflower clouds helped to remind me of my purpose, what my intentions had been so many months ago when this dream had first become a reality.

5 Months, 2 Suitcases, 1 Girl

5 Months, 2 Suitcases, 1 Girl

I feel like I've tricked myself into believing that I'm some spontaneous, adventurous world traveler just because I can be. But I've always traveled in a group. Never alone. Alone is scary.