About Me

Hiya! This is Xin! Big Thank You for stumble into my little travel playground

You will find me mostly driving 57 miles at a 60 miles’ speed limit highway traveling to somewhere. My travel companions include my vehicle (Pumpkin), tripod (Xiniqua), and camera (Xela).

Image location: Portland, Oregon

 

About Me

Hiya! This is Xin! Big Thank You for stumbling into my little travel playground

Image location: Portland, Oregon

 

I started solo traveling when I was 22. I had a 2 weeks’ vacation, I did some research and decided to visit New Mexico. I rented a car and drove around 1,900 miles WITH:

– NO traveler insurance
– NO car insurance
– Never went on a road trip my own
– Just learned how to drive 3 weeks ago

If you ask any travelers, that trip would be considered as extremely underprepared. At the time, I didn’t care because I didn’t think anything terrible would happen to me. I learned from my many previous travel mistakes, and now I focus on travel safety. With my website, I want to do what I can to provide safety tips for female travelers.

Around late 2016, I quit my corporate job to work at a coffee farm in Kona, Hawaii. After that, I started a road trip to see all 59 national parks in America. I craved for the freedom on the road, it was the kind of meditation I need to overcome some personal ditches. My goal was to finish all the parks in one year, but when I stepped into Yosemite National Park (spend 2 weeks there), I realized one year is not enough time to truly embrace the beauty of our Mother Nature. At the end of 2017, I covered 32 national parks and traveled through 31 states.

I hope to continue to explore our Planet Earth and use this platform to share my journeys and lessons with you. Please come back whenever you got the travel bug or you miss me or need to find the next destination.
 
Thanks!
 
 
 

I started solo traveling when I was 22. I had a 2 weeks’ vacation, I did some research and decided to visit New Mexico. I rented a car and drove around 1,900 miles WITH:

– NO traveler insurance
– NO car insurance
– Never went on a road trip my own
– Just learned how to drive 3 weeks ago

If you ask any travelers, that trip would be considered as extremely underprepared. At the time, I didn’t care because I didn’t think anything terrible would happen to me. I learned from my many previous travel mistakes, and now I focus on travel safety. With my website, I want to do what I can to provide safety tips for female travelers.

Around late 2016, I quit my corporate job to work at a coffee farm in Kona, Hawaii. After that, I started a road trip to see all 59 national parks in America. I craved for the freedom on the road, it was the kind of meditation I need to overcome some personal ditches. My goal was to finish all the parks in one year, but when I stepped into Yosemite National Park (spend 2 weeks there), I realized one year is not enough time to truly embrace the beauty of our Mother Nature. At the end of 2017, I covered 32 national parks and traveled through 31 states.

I hope to continue to explore our Planet Earth and use this platform to share my journeys and lessons with you. Please come back whenever you got the travel bug or you miss me or need to find the next destination.
 
Thanks!
 
 

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