The following morning the group woke up around seven-in-the-morning, got ready, packed up, and headed down for breakfast at 7:30. Before breakfast, we were asked to bring our bags and backpacks up to the bus for the men to load. The owner that lived near the accommodations had dogs, so they were out and about roaming the area. As such, Rascal, the German Shepard, got a little too excited and started to jump around and nibbled on my arm. Unfortunately, I wore a white shirt that morning, so dirt got all over me.
Okay, so I decided to do something a little different than just simply blogging. Here is just a little travel montage of my recent trip to Kenya, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this three minute video of my adventure. To be completely honest, I was little nervous on posting this on YouTube but I realized it’s about time I stepped out of my comfort zone. On another note, I never really knew how hard it was to edit videos until I created this but hopefully I polish my skills before creating more content. Continue reading “WANDERLUST ASH TRAVELS | Kenya, Africa”
During our eight-hour layover in Amsterdam, some of the girls and I decided to walk around the airport to purchase food before boarding our flight. Walking around the airport made you feel like you were in a mall or a shopping centre. With the little cute shops and cafes, I did not feel like I was in an airport. Some of the girls decided to purchase food at McDonald’s, but instead of purchasing food there, I decided to purchase food at a little cute teacup cafe. After being served Chicken Rice, Potato Salad, and Chocolate Cake on the plane – in which I did not finish – I was starving. Continue reading “KENYA | THE SECOND FLIGHT AND FIRST NIGHT”
After postponing this for a month, I am going to finally share my experiences in Kenya-yay and the crowd goes wild! I still feel like the trip never happened yet and it’s coming up soon, but since I took the time to share my stories with my family and friends, I now have the motivation to share it on my blog! Yes, I’m still trying to adjust back home and even though it has been over a month, I still feel like I am in a different time zone. Without further ado, here is the beginning of my journey to Kenya.
Come May 2017, I will be embarking on a mission. A mission I’ve been longing to complete since ninth grade. A mission that will forever and I mean forever change my life. A mission to volunteer and dedicate not only my time, but my life to create change. A mission to empower youth across the globe. A mission to volunteer and help those who need it the most. A mission to give the same advantages I’ve received from the minute I was born. A mission to give back to my world. Continue reading “EMBARKING ON A MISSION TO AFRICA”