Trekking in Bhutan. It’s the main reason people visit this small Asian country. Now I know why.
To say, “I’m going to Bhutan” isn’t really an accurate statement. To be more accurate, you would have to say, “I’m going to experience Bhutan.” While I wouldn’t say it is still a hidden gem or and unspoiled paradise or an undiscovered land, it certainly is not your usual travel destination.
While I don’t think Bhutan is a hidden gem anymore, it is an incredible place to see and visit and experience.
After my last post about life in Kuwait, my cousin asked me to write more about my work here. Since work is a big part of most people’s lives here, I think that should be pretty easy.
Morocco is rich with sights, sounds, smells, and colors. Never a dull moment here and some of the best food I’ve had anywhere in the world.
Turkey is a country with endless potential for wandering. Usually because even though I lived there and have visited many times, I end up getting lost, but still. Endless wanderings. You know what I mean.
The first time I went to Istanbul I felt an energy as soon as I left the airport. I can only describe it as electric.
The island of Santorini is one of the most visited Greek islands and quite possibly one of the most visited islands in the world. I know I want to go back. Solo travelers, fear not!