Lost in LA: Malibu

Malibu Pier (May 2021). When one thinks of Malibu, some words that come to mind might include "beach," "affluent," "secluded." All of them are correct, as this coastal city located at the very north-west corner of Los Angeles County is world-famous for its pristine beaches and multi-million dollar homes along its shores. Locals and tourists … Continue reading Lost in LA: Malibu


Destination: San Francisco, California

Golden Gate Bridge (August 2010). San Francisco needs no introduction: vibrant and progressive, this northern Californian city is only rival to Los Angeles in terms of history, culture, and things to do and see. Its famous Golden Gate Bridge and steep hills have inspired plenty of movies and TV shows, all the while having some … Continue reading Destination: San Francisco, California

The Results Are In…

Source: The Associated Press. Hey, folks. I usually don't talk about topics outside of travel on this blog. Let alone politics: I've always found such topics too heated, too much, for my blog, and I usually like keeping things lighthearted and fun that are related to my adventures around the world. However, I felt compelled … Continue reading The Results Are In…

A Traveler Returning Home (Guest Post)

Wrote a guest post about my experiences repatriating to the US after living abroad in France. Head over for a read, and be sure to check out the rest of Nadia’s blog. Spread the love! ❤

forevernads abroad

June 28th, 2020

Leaving home to pursue a dream is a life changing experience and it’s no wonder we tend to get caught up in our journeys abroad. Rebecca Goes Rendezvous tells us how she dealt with the ups and downs of returning home to LA after four years in France.

The Joy and Struggles of Repatriation: An American’s Perspective

by Rebecca – Rebecca Goes Rendezvous

It’s been nearly a year since I left France to return to the United States, after four years of living and working abroad. It’s only been a year, but it’s been one of major ups and downs that I hadn’t experienced until I came home. I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I’d been reluctant to return, even dreading it. Never did I imagine I would repatriate, especially so soon— it goes to show how four years can fly by in one’s lifetime.

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Destination: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Spring Break has just started for many schools across the nation. Even if I am no longer in the education system, I would like to recount a couple of my Spring Break travels from previous years, back when I used to be in school. It brings back memories, and also the wanderlust that I always … Continue reading Destination: Albuquerque, New Mexico