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Satisfy Your Bellies While Supporting These Locally Owned Maui Eateries

Satisfy Your Bellies While Supporting These Locally …

Maui boasts of its “onolicious” foods – and as a Maui local, I can’t argue with that! From plate lunches and fish tacos, to laulau and dry mein, Maui has an array of flavorful dishes…

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6 Things I Wish I Knew Before Teaching in Thailand

6 Things I Wish I Knew Before Teaching in Thailand

If you’re reading this, then congratulations! You’re already several steps ahead of many people thinking of teaching abroad (and by “many people”, I mean 2019 Kylie – LOL). Yes, I was that person who didn’t…

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Do These 5 Simple Things to Become a More Mindful Traveler in 2021

Do These 5 Simple Things to Become a More Mindful Traveler in 2021

Can you believe it’s already 2021?! Even though we’ve been homebound for the bulk of 2020, the year proved that time doesn’t stop for anyone! I know we’re all ITCHING to bust out those passports…

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Visiting Hiroshima as a (half) Japanese American Woman

Visiting Hiroshima as a (half) Japanese American Woman

As young children, we’re all introduced to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I remember reading Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes in elementary school and desperately hoping for her recovery from leukemia. In high…

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Visiting Kelingking Beach as a Solo Female Traveler (worth the hype?)

Visiting Kelingking Beach as a Solo Female Traveler (worth the hype?)

One of the most iconic views in all of Bali takes on the shape of a dinosaur and goes by the nicknames: Cap de T-Rex, T-Rex Bay, and Dinosaur Hat Beach. Look up a photo…

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15 Insanely Useful Travel Essentials (for Solo Female Travel)

15 Insanely Useful Travel Essentials (for Solo Female Travel)

With all the craziness going on right now, there’s one thing we’ve all caught … the travel bug! I don’t know about you, but I’ve been ITCHING to get out and explore the world again.…

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