I want to inspire others to travel and help to guide their adventures in this world. I was born to be a storyteller. If you want to learn more about traveling solo around the world, I come and welcome you to explore my website.
How I afford to travel the world
One of the most asked questions I receive when I tell people I travel the world is, "How do you afford to travel?" Today, I will share with you the plan that helped make my dreams come true.
Well, we have to start from the beginning, which is the day I left Washington State on February 22, 2017. With a 40L backpack, no real plan, and no intentions of returning. I was in such disbelief when I packed my backpack and was on the way heading to the airport. It was such a surreal feeling. Knowing this is everything you have ever wanted, but terrified of the unknown. So after going through security and boarding the plane, I sat down and realized there was no one else on this plane. I won the lottery that day the whole cabin was empty. I can say this was the best flight I have ever had in my life. I slept over all three chairs, stretching in the aisle, plus the amazing flight attendants. Being up amongst the clouds seeing the world from a whole new perspective. I had a sense of knowing I was on the right path, and I have never looked back.
Oh, My Goodness I was in Greece, I still couldn't believe I was no longer in Asia. Exploring a whole new place. I was spreading my wings and flying off while being mindful of my thoughts and manifesting my dreams. Flying to Athens was one of the worst flights I have ever experienced. I admit I booked this flight since it was an affordable price. But, this company has no in-flight entertainment, as well as food and drinks, which are all at an expense. Let me tell you it isn't a quick flight this flight was 12-hours. I would suggest Scoot if you want a cheap flight. But, be self-prepared with snacks and entertainment.
1-month of Discovering Himara, Albania: A simple mindful view on a solo female traveler's life.
Even though I enjoyed Greece, I was excited about the next destination. I have heard stories about Albania, but it was time for me to have my own experience here. The journey was long I took an overnight bus from Athens, Greece to Himara, Albania it was roughly around 10 hours. This ride is going down in the books as unforgettable. I think the universe was defiantly testing me to see how I would overcome some obstacles put in my way.