If you're looking for my Peru solo travel safety post, this is not it. In fact, this is not the traditional post I write about traveling alone. This is sort of a walk to memory lane on the amazing things I've seen and done. I was browsing
The best countries to teach English abroad in 2021: relocation tips, work visas, cost of living, and more!
Looking for the best countries to teach English? Here are my top recommendations including my personal experiences in teaching, work visa, cost of living, and more! This post was originally published on March 28, 2015, and was republished to current events. At the moment, the author
This is a Colombian city I keep coming back to. In this post, I will share with you the best hostels in Cartagena Colombia that I have experiences with. If you are traveling alone, these accommodations are for you!
Cartagena Colombia solo travel: is it safe? I come to this city at least once a year and in this post, I will share with you why I keep coming back and why I feel comfortable traveling solo in Cartagena.
Planning to travel from Colombia to Ecuador by bus? Here's a little story about my 4-day journey plus COVID updates on border controls. Please note that I stopped almost every day and did not do this journey in one go. I have yet to believe a lot
I did this in person in Montevideo, Uruguay in 2014. In 2019, when Argentina opened the AVE program, I did it again online. See the difference of the Argentina visa for Filipinos application and where do you qualify.
This post was originally published on June 21, 2016, and was modified, edited, and republished to fit current travel situations. The events and stories in this post happened between 2013 - 2015 when I was backpacking South America indefinitely. Reader Mail: Trisha, what a great life of
In this Argentina volunteering guide, I will share with you how I manage to pay $0 USD in accommodations for 70 days of travel in Argentina. I also included how to find volunteering jobs in Argentina for free! Reader Mail: Hi Trisha! I love all your volunteering
The ultimate Colombia travel guide for Filipinos: I am a Philippine passport holder traveling the world for the last 12 years. Here are my Colombian adventures as a Filipina!
Backpacking Colombia for 90 days was one of the best days of my life! In this post, I will share with you my top 20 places to visit in Colombia, along with where to stay and what to do in each area. Contact me on Instagram
After finding out I both liked being in the classroom and living in Cartagena, I found a paying job, then another better one, and then another better one, and now in 2020, I am still living in Cartagena.