An American Nurse in a Ugandan Hospital

Although I didn't go to Uganda for the purpose of hospital volunteering, while I was there, I spent a few days a week volunteering at the local hospital Holy Cross Orthodox, in a nearby village, Namugoona. Early in the morning,

Don’t Miss Out: Luxury Nightlife in Singapore

Nightlife is the best part of Singapore. It's a pretty bold statement since most people would say food, but I was a little disappointed by the food. The nightlife I'm used to in Goa is literally on the other side of

Do you have the Bloglovin App on your iPhone?

Do you ever wonder where all the great things you find on Pinterest come from? Blogs! The free Bloglovin app is basically my lifesaver to stay updated in this new world I'm testing out: Blogging. I don't just follow travel blogs, but

International Boho-Chic Designers: Tia & Tan // India

[I am so excited to launch this new series of my blog "International Boho-Chic Designers". I have met so many fashion designers and artists on my travels who I buy jewelry, swimsuits, tops, anything from. I love having unique items and

Best Food in Singapore: A Foodie’s Heaven

In Singapore two things are clearly important: Upscale shopping malls and Eating. With a variety of ethnicities combining, like Chinese, Malay, and Indian, there is an enormous assortment of architecture, religion, and most importantly, FOOD! I was in search of

Guide to Shopping in Singapore

When Ben and I decided last minute we’d go to Singapore for our visas, I will admit the first thing I thought of was Burger King. The second was shopping. I swear soon after that culture and local food came

Firsts of Mumbai: Survive Mumbai Local Train Crowds

What’s the first thing you should do in Mumbai? Your first time ever in India?  At 8 A.M. get on the Mumbai Slow Local and ride it all the way to Churchgate. Survive Mumbai local train crowds with these tips. It’s

Route 66 Road Trip

Before I moved to India I was a travel nurse. If you are in the healthcare field I highly recommend traveling for work. It's a great way to see America and gives you time off after each 13-week assignment! I