So today we end the chapter on #Asia
and move onto Africa. The skies in #Hanoi
cry today as it rains all day, but fear not #Vietnam
...I shall return one day!
There has been so much growth traveling through #SoutheastAsia
and so many experiences that I’ve had that were life changing.
There have been so many organizations that I’ve connected with making major impacts in their community from feeding the hungry, educating single mothers, sheltering sexually trafficked kids, to the enrollment of at risk youths to learn the hospitality business that will eventually lead to working at a 5⭐️ hotel or restaurant.
I’ve made friends that will last a lifetime. I’ve connected with long time friends. I’ve been connected to friends of friends. These interactions along with my travel family #Kanyini
have helped ease the homesickness I get now and then.
Most importantly, I’ve learned so much about myself and how I want to navigate through this world. Though it’s not always easy and though I will always feel that I’m still trying to adapt, I wouldn’t trade this experience I’ve had with myself for anything. This has been long needed and though I think it’s nice to check in with yourself now and then, sometimes it’s good to do a full deep tune up which I think this has been.
The deepest regret I have so far is missing babies born, weddings, concert recitals, retirements, and other amazing events around friends and family, but one good thing about social media is being able to see things happen from afar.
Let’s see what #Africa
have in store for me!
Btw...📸 taken after I complained that I didn’t like being in front of camera and being forced by @kellycalvillo
in KL a few months back...I can say that though I still don’t love it, I’m much more at ease about it.
#WanderRama #RemoteYear #RYKanyini #KualaLumpur #Malaysia #HashtagLunchbag #DigitalNomad #Wander #IShouldveAsianSquatted