Incredible Sights: 10 Historic Buildings You Have to Visit

Sponsored Guest Post Traveling abroad is an invaluable experience for anyone who gets the chance. Last year, 93 million Americans were lucky enough to travel abroad. Although there is plenty to see in the United States, nothing beats jet setting across the ocean to soak up new cultures and learn about our world’s rich history.… Read More Incredible Sights: 10 Historic Buildings You Have to Visit

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Everything You Need To Know Before Going To Sri Lanka

The island nation of Sri Lanka is quickly working its way onto many people’s travel bucket lists. In fact, it was ranked as 2019’s best travel destination by Lonely Planet, calling it “a country revived” following the decades of civil conflict that ravaged the nation and its people. Boasting incredible scenery, diverse wildlife, extraordinary cultural… Read More Everything You Need To Know Before Going To Sri Lanka

The Complete Travel Guide to Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

Anuradhapura is one of the most unique towns I have ever been to. Its significance in Sri Lankan culture, religion, and history is impossible to overstate. Despite boasting some of Sri Lanka’s most beautiful and impressive attractions, it maintains an off-the-beaten-path vibe. There are still relatively very few international tourists to this part of Sri… Read More The Complete Travel Guide to Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka

The Complete Guide to Bali’s Ogoh-Ogoh Festival and Nyepi

Despite what you might see on Instagram, Bali is more than just one gigantic infinity pool. It is an island rich with culture and tradition. Throughout the year, you will stumble upon dozens and dozens of religious processions, traditional performances, and cultural events. All of those culminate in the two most important days of the… Read More The Complete Guide to Bali’s Ogoh-Ogoh Festival and Nyepi

Spending The Weekend in a Xhosa Village In Coffee Bay: Photo Gallery

I’ve been away from the ocean for too long, I thought to myself as I nursed a post-festival come-down. Nestled deep in the countryside of KwaZulu-Natal, I was hours away from the nearest ocean. A cold swim and a fresh breeze would be undeniably stellar. So instead of doing the sensible thing and moving north… Read More Spending The Weekend in a Xhosa Village In Coffee Bay: Photo Gallery