My travels have brought me all over the world. I’ve lived and studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Lima, Peru. I’ve traveled throughout those countries and ventured to Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, and Colombia as well. Vacations have taken me to Panama, Costa Rica, Mexico, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, and the UK.
Skirting the Limits was sparked by a 6 month trip through Southeast Asia. My stories and experience are documented on this blog, and my itinerary included:
This was my first stop – I spent a week traveling through Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, and Halong Bay to learn about Vietnamese culture and history.
A week of Laotian leisure, chillin’ with monks, and learning about Buddhism. I also met with local nonprofit organizations to learn about how they run and what struggles they face.
I lived and worked in Phnom Penh for a month with a prominent international NGO. I worked on a project that educates Cambodian university students about gender violence and HIV/AIDS. My first stop was the famous Angkor Wat temples!
I stopped here only for a few days, but had enough time to take in one of the most insane SE Asian cities. I’m was able to visit some of the anti-sex trafficking organizations here, and some of the children’s education groups.
I was here for a month. First, I spent a week in Ubud, Bali to celebrate by 22nd birthday! Then, I headed to a small island called Sembalun, where I lived with a village and volunteered for 2 weeks. No electricity, no phone, no internet – just me, the villagers, and the Rinjani volcano.
I was here for almost 2 months! I spent some time in Kathmandu and then headed to Pokhara. I lived with locals and worked with a yoga school that helps educate Nepalese women.