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A Letter to the People We Can’t Live Without

A Letter to the People We Can’t Live Without

While this letter is technically directed to one specific person in my life, I hope you read this and think about someone in your life. You may be able to think of a few, I know I certainly can, but I hope that there is […]

Reverse Culture Shock: Thailand to America

Reverse Culture Shock: Thailand to America

Hi everyone!! If you’re reading this, I first want to say THANK YOU for bearing with me these last couple of months.  I know I’ve been lagging a bit on the blog posts, but travelwithtarah is back and with plenty of material to last for […]

What to do in Ubud, Bali Indonesia (Besides Yoga Classes and Vegan Food)

What to do in Ubud, Bali Indonesia (Besides Yoga Classes and Vegan Food)

Before visiting Ubud, I continued to hear about the amazing yoga and vegan inspired town in Central Bali.  While I pretended to be stoked, I was honestly a little nervous.  To be blunt, I hate yoga and am the farthest thing from a vegan.  If […]

Khao Sok National Park: The Best and Most Cost Efficient way to see Cheow Lan Lake

Khao Sok National Park: The Best and Most Cost Efficient way to see Cheow Lan Lake

Khao Sok National Park has been on my bucket list since I first moved to Phangnga four months ago.  Finally, two weeks ago, I was able to make the trip.  There is very little information about the national park online so I was going in a […]

How to Make the Most of Rock Climbing in Krabi

How to Make the Most of Rock Climbing in Krabi

When you only have a short period of time in one spot there are certain things you can skip out on and feel like you haven’t missed much…rock climbing in Krabi is not one of them.  It has been rated one of the top places […]

It’s Okay to Be a Little Lost

It’s Okay to Be a Little Lost

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “not all those who wander are lost”.  It has been shared by travelers all over the world for years.  I often come across this quote and it wasn’t until about the thousandth time seeing it that I realized: some […]

A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

Well, well, hello Mr. Cardone (assuming this ever reaches you).  I recently stumbled upon your article that essentially urges Millennials to stop traveling and begin building their career.  While I respect your opinion, I absolutely believe this is terrible advice (sorry, that was harsh). Your […]

4 Reasons Why Singapore Should Be On Your Bucket List

4 Reasons Why Singapore Should Be On Your Bucket List

My motto for this weekend was “When in Singapore”.  I basically used this saying as an excuse to do the things I wouldn’t normally do and spend money on the things I normally wouldn’t splurge on.  Although I left feeling a little drained and a […]

My Bucket List

My Bucket List

The end of the year typically forces us to remember the highs and lows of the previous year and set some unrealistic goals for the following one.  We usually call them “New Year’s Resolutions”, but more often than not, they end up being “Things I […]

48 Hours in Malaysia

48 Hours in Malaysia

I’m not sure if it was the incredible array of food, the friendly, English speaking (always a plus) locals, or the beautiful buildings scattered about the city, but something about this place forced its way to the top of my list of favorite cities (ok, […]