After returning to the United States from nine months traveling in South America, I want to reflect on that chapter of my journey before continuing on to New Zealand (my next stop!). I wrote a reflection post after traveling for one month and thought it would be interesting to discuss how extended travel has impacted… Read More The End of Chapter 1: Where I Come From, Where I Went, and What I Learned
In the past month, I crisscrossed through Argentina and Chile stopping at a number of beautiful places while making my way south to Ushuaia. San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina I spent my time in San Carlos de Bariloche, a famous ski town and Switzerland-look alike, eating chocolate and hiking! Known for its numerous chocolate factories,… Read More My Path Through Patagonia
But first, let’s go back to July 2015. I had already started to formulate my trip – at least the first month or so – and had read that hiking in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile was a must-do! I had thoroughly researched hiking in the park since I had never done a multi-day… Read More Go take a hike – through Torres del Paine National Park!
On December 27th, 2015 I reached my one-month travel anniversary – this has been the longest I have ever been consistently traveling with no “home base.” I wanted to take the time and reflect on the past month (both on myself and on my trip). In addition to that, as a good consultant, I wanted… Read More My 1 Month Travel Anniversary: Reflections and Lessons Learned
In 4 days I went from bus to ferry to car to bus to ferry to bus to bus with most of that happening in the last 48 hours. So this is my blog post of being in transit. I arrived in chilly Chile (tehehe) at 1:30PM and walked to my hostel, Hostel Rocco Casa.… Read More Buses, Ferries, and Automobiles (Puerto Montt to El Chalten)