Category: Travel Talk
When I graduated high school a few years ago, I soon had my first one-way plane ticket in hand. I’ve pretty much been on the move ever since. A few months here, a couple months there. I don’t think I’ve stayed at a single address […]
Taking the chance to live abroad can definitely be scary. But in my opinion, whether you’re a travel lover or not, living abroad is an extremely rewarding opportunity everyone should experience at least once in their life. I know us travel bugs have this obnoxious […]
While I’m sure I can’t be the only one who experiences this, at times expat guilt can feel very lonely and isolating. Partly because of the sheer volume of dreamy Instagram accounts I’m exposed to that feature others my age trotting around the globe without […]
Meshing two people from different family upbringings and backgrounds together is always an interesting and challenging experience. That said, imagine what it’s like being an international couple, and coming from completely different countries and cultures on top of all that! Welcome to my marriage 😉 […]
I’d like to share my first (and so far last) solo travel experience, along with its highlights and low points. It was after my three-month stay in Brisbane, Australia, being a part of a film course and meeting the man who is now my husband. […]
If you’ve been living away from home long-term, either as an expat, student, or travel junkie, chances are you’ve experienced homesickness. Fighting homesickness on a daily basis doesn’t have to be your reality, and I thought sharing a bit of my story, as well as […]
It’s interesting to have a look on what I have accomplished, versus what I couldn’t care less about now that some of my interests have changed, and also the meanings behind it all.
Miranda’s Muses has officially received a Liebster Award!
Here’s a little list of my, “happy places” that are dotted around the globe, perhaps they’ll become yours too if you take a visit!
It’s so simple to take the luxuries we have today for granted. While this is a broad topic in itself, I want to narrow it down today and discuss it in the lens of a traveller.