LOS Book Club: Home Body By Rupi Kaur
I love poetry in all its forms. It's a play on words that somehow, when strung together resonates to the deepest parts of your soul. Which is why I love …
Restaurants Around The World: Ivan Ramen
Do you love Ramen as much as me? Well then you're going to love Ivan Ramen located in New York City! I didn't even know there was such a thing …
How I Left Home With $2000 and Travelled for 2.5 Years
I left home to travel on my own for the very first-time in 2011. Back then I was still a student, completing my Master’s degree and I had been awarded …

Adventures

Are you ready to explore the world? Travelling has changed my life in so many ways and it’s one of the best gifts I’ve ever given myself. It’s taught me so much about the world, people and my own independence!

LoS Book Club: Sadako and the thousand paper cranes
It’s easy to forget brutal histories and hurtful historical pasts in our quest as travel bloggers to share with our readers the beauty of the world. But that shouldn’t be the case. As a traveler, my aim is to not only show you how beautiful the world is but to also make you wiser. Learning while we …
Why every traveler should read the hobbit
There can be no better book to read on your travels than a timeless adventure involving a little hobbit from Middle Earth. A tale of something unexpected and perhaps even unwanted. Something that leaves him (and you) changed just as any adventure into the unknown would. My first real adventure began when I stepped out my door …
LoS Book Club: The Signature Of All Things
While in China, one day on my random walks I came across a rickety little bookstore in a dark alleyway. Now it does seem a bit absurd to be wandering down dark corridors in a country where nobody speaks English, just to get to a book store… but I did.  Amidst a range of cookbooks, comics and …

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