Want to try your hand at making Spanish ham and cheese croquetas?
Loneliness: one of the harsh realities when moving to a new country. As much as I was excited to begin anew in Saigon, I was overcome with anxiety on
So why do sisters make the best travel companions?
As an avid traveler, I've learned finding a great travel companion is not always the easiest task. My perfect travel companion is someone who can roll with the punches but is not
Today marks a full month in Ho Chi Minh City and I have to say, I honestly feel happy.
Now I'm not the one to lean on first impressions about people/places/things because too frequently, these initial opinions are quickly upended.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY LOVELY PEOPLE! xoxo
Today I'm taking the time to reflect on this year's celebrations. Now imma be real with you. As a traveling couple, there are some pros and cons about celebrating Valentine's Day.
The (Only) Con (Actually)
Science has proposed that it takes the mind three days to properly adjust to a new situation. On the road, I’ve been testing the theory out and in most instances, its proved true. But I really think Vietnam is the
When I left Korea last summer, I was in limbo about whether or not I would be returning for another year of teaching. I eventually decided against coming back for a second year. Not to say I didn't enjoy my
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE AROUND THE WORLD! My first task of the new year was spending the day reflecting on the joys of my previous year. It's no surprise that traveling tops the list of my joys. From my
Its not because we were standing in the shadow of the world’s greatest tribute to love only a few days ago or that we are now sipping tea besides a scenic lake in the city deemed “the most romantic spot
Welcome to The Next Somewhere, (formerly known as 'Let's Go Somewhere') at its new home www.thenextsomewhere.com. A few days ago, I received a lovely, out-of-the-blue message from a close friend in Korea. The bit of the message that caught my