Not too long ago, I wrote a post that covered my thoughts/impressions of ten of the countries I've visited in the world so far, after being inspired by this YouTube video of a man who's seen every country and the memories that came along with it. I'll be continuing with the next ten countries (in … Continue reading One Memory from Countries I’ve Visited (So Far– Part 2)
Traveling has been a huge part of me since childhood-- even before I had recollection of it, my parents had already taken me to Taiwan at least twice to see my relatives, all the while taking me around the bustling, metropolitan Taipei. During my primary school years, we would take annual summer trips to different … Continue reading One Memory from Countries I’ve Visited (So Far– Part 1)
Greetings! About a month ago, I was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award from Travel-Gourmand. I've been following her blog for a while now, and I continue to be amazed at the amount of traveling that she has done throughout the world. From her personal life in the Pacific Northwest (a place that I've yet to … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award!
...yes, you read that right. Even though I am a natural-born U.S. citizen and have grew up in the country all of my life, I still don't consider myself the typical "good, patriotic American." You know, those stereotypical ones you see in the media (sometimes even in real life) repping their red, white, blue patriotism, grilling … Continue reading Why I’m not a Good American