Some countries seem to make it ridiculously hard to get into. But aside from the usual lack of interest directly correlated to this difficulty of entry, are there opportunities for investment in those hard-to-get-to countries? Read More →
A year of transition and change.
Between jobs and experiments 2014 was a remarkably difficult, enriching and rewarding year and one in which I learned too many lessons for my liking.
On the travel front, 2014 in travel, despite no longer living the life of… Read More →
The Perpetual Tourist on queuing etiquette and cultural relativism. Read More →
It is a decade since I became an ultra-frequent traveler, a label that I have assigned to myself for lack of a satisfying definition. Find out what it is in this article. Read More →
Perpetual Tourist's take on the risks of ultra-frequent travel on the joy of discovery. Is it true that the more you travel the less you enjoy exploring? Read More →
Road tripping as a solo girl in New Zealand - a great and female-friendly adventure.
What it is like and some tips to make the journey more enjoyable Read More →
Have you ever wanted a special day never to end? This is possible if you travel East across the Date Line. See how I made 2014 Christmas' last two days Read More →
Spending Christmas by myself does not necessarily mean spending it alone. Reflections on the road about what it is like to spend this time of the year without your loved ones Read More →
Meet the Perpetual Tourist, a vagabond lost in the maze of the world reflecting on life from the immigration queue, a traffic jam in Saudi or the tarmac somewhere in Africa Read More →
“What is your favorite country?”
These words come gushing out in every conversation after the topic of how many countries I have visited comes up. Recently, the question about my most precious trips is asked almost as often as the opposite one: “What is the… Read More →