Category Archives: travel

My Summer

Hello hi I’m in Indiana once again and my summer plans have finally coalesced. Obviously, the Big Looming Thing soakin’ up all my time is that move to Anderson. (Provided, of course, I can find a place there.) It’s waaaay … Continue reading

Posted in hong kong 2013, my life, travel | 1 Comment

So I’m Back

How was the trip, you ask? Well, while I was in Indianapolis I discovered that the Amtrak station had free internet, and things spiraled out of control from there. Read here, then here. There’s a huge gap in the middle … Continue reading

Posted in my life, travel | Leave a comment

My Weekend Will Probably Be Worse Than Yours

At 5:30 AM on Saturday, a dear friend of mine will drive me to the bus station here in Muncie, whereupon I shall commence an epic journey back to the Keystone State. To wit: From Muncie, I hop on a … Continue reading

Posted in indiana, my life, travel | 1 Comment

30-Day Travel Challenge, Pt. 10

Day 28: The right gear can make or break your trip. What is your favorite/must-have gear item? Apart from aforesaid iPod and camera, I cannot go anywhere without my passport. What can I say; I don’t have any other photo … Continue reading

Posted in 30-day challenge, travel | Leave a comment

30-Day Travel Challenge, Pt. 9

Day 25: Family shapes who we are, but sometimes the family we create plays a bigger role in our lives than the one we were born into. Tell a story about how either of your “families” have impacted your life … Continue reading

Posted in 30-day challenge, travel | Leave a comment

30-Day Travel Challenge, Pt. 8

Day 22: The word travel comes from a French word meaning “work” and sometimes, getting there is work. Between crowded buses, long airline delays, overnight trains and crazy rickshaw rides, transportation can be stressful, but it can also be a … Continue reading

Posted in 30-day challenge, travel | Leave a comment

30-Day Travel Challenge, Pt. 7

Day 19: Some places have the power to make even the most die-hard agnostic reconsider their position. Have you ever been in a place where you felt more alive or more connected to nature, the universe, or a higher power … Continue reading

Posted in 30-day challenge, travel | Leave a comment