Well, it only took 6 months for me to finish editing all of my photos from England. There is something so nostalgic about scrolling through photographs from a trip of a lifetime. It is the same reason why I love scrolling through photographs from my childhood. Each photograph tells a story, a thousand words that … More Tour England.
I remember when I first started planning my trip for London and feeling extremely overwhelmed by the vast options that were going to be available to us once we were to arrive in England. In the planning stage, as I drooled over photographs on Instagram and pinned every London post that I came across on … More The Must Travel App for International Travel
Whenever I travel, I feel as though I can hear the musical symphony of Sleeping at Last’s song, Saturn. “With shortness of breath, I’ll explain the infinite How rare and beautiful it truly is that we exist.” travel (n). to move or go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane or ship; … More Why Travel?
“What? Your dad lives in Hawaii?!” As soon as people find out that my dad and step-mom live in Hawaii, they proceed with two additional questions. “Are they retired?” Nope. They are full time real estate agents. “So, you get to stay there for free, right? When will you take me?” To be honest, I … More Hawaii’s Big Island.
Yes, I realize that it’s been four months since I went to England, but that’s the beauty of having a travel blog. You can re-experience the joys of travelling all over again, while hoping to inspire others to do the same. “Completely and perfectly and incandescently happy.” Those famous words from Jane Austen’s Pride and … More A Day’s Trip to Chatsworth.
One of the best parts about being a writer is learning how to translate all five senses into a story that other people can feel as though they too have travelled there. I wrote my first book without having ever visited England, to which I was often asked, how were you able to create a … More A Song for Somme: Set Locations.