But I’m back on the road again, and it is much more difficult to keep up with the writing and the photo editing and even the emails when constantly moving.
You may be wondering why I have stayed in Buenos Aires for so long. After all, I did say in my post about coming home for a short visit that I would re-charge and then get back to my original itinerary through Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, and Peru.
I am not one to publicize the things that scare me about traveling alone in Latin America, mainly because I don’t want to give my parents more things to worry about or discourage others from doing what I am doing. Since I got the whole getting robbed thing out of the way the first day of my trip, More >
Since I have called Argentina my home for approximately 6 months (and counting) of my travel sabbatical, I am excited to be featured on About.com Argentina.
I have really enjoyed sharing my travel experiences and photography on The Travel Chica.
Over the past couple months, I have also had the More >
My co-worker Stacy asked me when I first left for this trip what I chose to keep and how I made those decisions. I told her I would write about it soon, but then I was more interested in writing about my experiences in Latin America… like hiking a volcano.
My first week back in Ohio, I went to Portsmouth to visit my sister and dad. Staying at my sister’s house is sort of like being on one of those all Inclusive holidays.
I sleep in the most comfortable bed in the world. (Seriously, it’s like sleeping on one of those Heavenly beds at a W Hotel.)
My More >
It has been 9 months since I left Columbus, Ohio to start my travel sabbatical in Quito, Ecuador.When I see one of my friends, the first question is: What does it feel like to be home? My answer: It does not feel any different. And that makes me happy.
I can leave my family and friends and the More >
After the initial excitement of knowing I am going see my friends and family soon, I am starting to wonder what it will be like.
I will have been gone for 9 months, traveling in countries that have different lifestyles, cultural norms, and beliefs than my own country. I have adapted to this, and I More >
I previously wrote about how Buenos Aires is the type of city that sucks you in. It sucked me in for 4 months.