Since I returned on September 3, 2012 to the United States, I’ve been extremely busy trying to put life back together. I spent a week in Iowa with my parents and decompressing a bit. Since September 10, I’ve been back in Minneapolis solely focused on getting a new job and a new place to live.
Before I write up my perspective of this trip, it’s really important to me to take a moment and thank those around me for their support, kindness, friendship, and just being there. This trip has been one of the hardest, yet one of the most amazing things for me to do. The time away and
This is not going to be a typical travel post. Right now, I’m in Shanghai and spending a total of 7 weeks here – getting a taste of what it’s like to live in modern China and I will post about that and what daily life is like for me – very soon. But for
In the last 5 years, I’ve been through many international airports and a few border crossings. I thought I had pretty much seen it all when it comes to getting through security and exiting countries. Not so – when it comes to my experience at international airport in Amman. Due to boarding pass concerns with
You know how everyone says “it’s takes about 6 months to learn a job…” long term traveling has been no different for me. I’m a little past the half way point of my trip. I’m on my way to Istanbul for 2 days and then onto Hong Kong and Shanghai, but I wanted to share