So far, I have visited 28 countries across 6 continents, as well as 37 states in the USA. To discover more about each place I have traveled to, click on the circles below and get inspired to book your next trip!
The continent of Africa is one I longed to visit for years and in 2012, I finally made that dream a reality. I headed to Southern Africa solo, joined a group tour, and spent three amazing weeks touring around before meeting up with my then boyfriend and heading to Egypt. I absolutely fell in love with Africa.
My first trip to Asia was in 2011 with my cousin and a few friends, but I recently headed back to the continent in 2015 to deepen my yoga practice and volunteer. I still have lots of Asia to discover and can’t wait to head back and explore more of what the continent has to offer.
Europe is the first continent I ever visited, and I’ve been able to spend amble time there throughout the years. It’s where my ancestry lies and where many of my family members still reside. I know I haven’t seen it all, but Europe is probably the continent I’ve spent the most time exploring.
As my home country, this is where my first travels occurred, mainly in family road trips up and down the East Coast. Though, up until recently, I hadn’t explored much further than that. That is, until my friend got a job across the country and I joined her for a three week cross country road trip, which allowed me to uncover much more about the country of my birth.
It was my trip to New Zealand and Fiji that inspired me to start The World Wanderer and got me even more excited to discover more of the world. My travel dreams grew bigger and bigger, and I know one day, I’ll make it back to this part of the world to see the rest of what it has to offer.
My South American explorations are by far the smallest, as I have only been to Chile. While I had an amazing week there, it wasn’t enough for me to truly get a feel and understanding for the continent and its vast cultures. More travels to come in the future.