Singapore is such a green city, there's so many parks and beautiful green spaces. What made this even better was our room at @furamariverfront 🇸🇬 With a large outdoor courtyard space that even had a water feature we truly felt like we had found the perfect city retreat 🙌 #singapore#singaporetrip#southeastasia
From meeting at the age of 14 and 15 in Japan, to traveling together to Italy, Ireland, Portugal, the Netherlands and Tanzania; to taking road trips across the U.S.; to now having worked at the same company for the past seven years (but not once ever actually working a trip together)...we did it! We finally did it! From New York to Miami to New York with love @emmaizumi and I finally found it within our schedules to fly the very same trip together. ❤️
112 minutes ago
Two questions I get a lot: 🧐.
1. Are you afraid to travel alone? 👩Nope. I do my research ahead of time. Feeling prepared, even if things don’t always go to plan, takes the fear out of the equation. ✈️ 🗺.
Is it lonely traveling alone? 💁🏼♀️Honestly, sometimes yes. However, I made a promise with myself over two years ago that I would never let my relationship status determine my adventures. Also, “solo travel” often turns into meeting old friends in new places or making new friends in new places. I met my former coworker and friend @flaskandpen in China for a leg of my trip there. I also got to meet up with @trevornieveen and his awesome family @patyxcastro and we went to the Summer Palace together in Beijing. I met up with my friend from college @kikizaki in Dubai last year. I bonded with someone new at Hong Kong Disneyland last year over a shared experience getting drenched in the typhoons. Solo travel can be truly solo if you crave some time to yourself and it can also be intermingled with moments with friends, new and old. For any other moments of loneliness, there is always Skype and FaceTime. ✌🏼 ❤️ 🧳
415 minutes ago
Tutta mia la città. All’alba presto presto in quel di Bruges, in mezzo a queste viuzze, girerete solo voi.
Hamilton Pool Preserve, outside of Austin, was amazing! One of the neatest places either of us have ever seen. The limestone canyon with a waterfall has stunning, clear-blue water. In the winter it cost $15/car. The water was too cold to swim (even though a few people did), but it is less crowded. We enjoyed the sound of the waterfall with just a few others. I’ve read that summertime is much different and reservations are required. Still, we’d love to go back when the water is warmer and we can swim out to the waterfall.