Brooklyn Bridge on Flickr.
I’m home! Around the world in 107 days! My passport is full of stamps, my mind is full of stories, and my heart is full of questions. I’m home!
Please don’t think I take this experience for granted. I am extremely lucky to be fortunate enough to have the proper funds, time, ability, and intuition to pull off an around the world trip. I consider myself one of the luckiest people I know.
I want to thank everyone who has supported/hosted me before and during my trip, and also the hundreds (literally) of new people I’ve met along the way that made this journey so amazing. I’ve learned so much, answered a lot of questions, but more importantly, have asked myself even more, which will be answered in my future.
I love my mom and dad and two sisters. I love my country. I am so inspired by the hospitality and humanity I’ve seen around the world. I am truly happy to be a citizen of this earth.
Further write-up and reflections will surely come soon. Until then, I’ll be enjoying life in one of the best countries in the world.