Do you ever feel like you can’t be yourself? Like the world wants you to act and behave certain ways? Well, resit that urge to fit in, because it’s more interesting to lead a life that is unconventional than the other way around. You may actualize your values and dreams only if you stick to
This is another outfit I had last year on my cross country road trip. I actually wore it at Yellow Stone National Park. I don’t know where I got the inspiration to put together this outfit. I just remember seeing it at the thrift store. I really like the color and the patterns. It’s not
Here is a recap of my 10 days trekking in Annapurna. I have given a detailed account of my first 5 days in the previous posts. I decided to make the rest of the trip a picture story and highlight the people who lived in the mountains. Day 1 Nayapul to Ullerie Day 2 Ullerie
Day 4 Great View at Poon Hill and Getting Lost a Second Time on The Way to Tadapani This morning, I got up early to hike up to Poon Hill at 6:30am to see the view. The hike was hard because of straight ascending again, It took an hour and half to just get there.
Day 2 – Getting Acquitted with Leeches The morning part of trekking was very easy for me. I was playing music on my phone to keep me hyped. Things started to go south in the afternoon. It started raining around 1:30pm while I was having lunch. A girl told me that she was bit by
Before I made my trip to Nepal, I knew that trekking is a thing there. But I didn’t plan on going trekking myself. When I got to Kathmandu, I saw how polluted the city was. I knew I didn’t want to spend majority of my time in Nepal there. I booked four nights at the
Something weird has happened today. I guess that is part of traveling. I really need to journal every day, otherwise there is just too much to cover. So today is the first day I truly traveled by myself. The past three days, I have been sight seeing with the friend I made from the hostel.
I arrived at Kathmandu at around 11am Friday August 11th. I was sleeping on the way (It was a long journey from San Francisco to Guangzhou, China then to Nepal) and woke up when we were already approaching the ground. Damn it, I thought. I missed the view of the city from the sky, but