Glackpacking (see “glamping” for comparison) is the act of backpacking in relative luxury by staying in charming Italian “rifugios” with delicious traditional Italian/German cuisine for every meal, but still climbing … Continue reading Glackpacking in the Dolomites
I just climbed my first 4000m summit in Italy with my dad. This mountain was his first, too, about 40 years ago when he was my age. Although this summit … Continue reading Gran Paradiso: Climbing my first 4000m Summit
Our trip took us as far North as Coral Bay (23.1447° S, 113.7764° E) and as far south as Bremer Bay (34.3940° S, 119.3760° E). We spent 8 nights staying … Continue reading 5,000 kilometers later: A voyage along the Western Australian coast
Spent a blissful few days on Halong Bay with my family and an international crew from Italy, Russia, Spain, Brazil, France, Australia, and the Netherlands. We kayaked through caves and … Continue reading Halong Bay, Vietnam
We hiked through a village celebrating the Hmong New Year, through the jungle with some cows, and to a beautiful waterfall and spring.
I stayed with my old au pair in her house in Phnom Penh, where I explored the river banks of the Mekong as well as local markets and restaurants. I … Continue reading Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Here are some photos and a video from our trip to Delhi and Ladakh in May 2015.
I arrived in Papeete, Tahiti last night. After arriving at our airport motel, we walked around the highly industrialized area near the airport. The next day, we explored downtown Papeete, … Continue reading Ia Orana; Bienvenue à Tahiti!
This weekend, I went backpacking in the Grand Canyon. We hiked ten miles down to our campsite, near Supai Village. The next day we explored three sets of waterfalls; Havasu, … Continue reading Backpacking in the Grand Canyon
This is a video I made to summErize the last three months.
I took a road trip up the California Coast this summer starting in San Diego and stopping by Orange County, Santa Monica, Santa Barbara, Big Sur, Pebble Beach, and Santa … Continue reading Roadtrip Summer 2013
The perks of being the daughter of a professor: trips! My father’s conference brought us to Jamaica this summer, where we snorkeled, hiked, kayaked, and explored. Here are a couple … Continue reading Jamaica 2013