Welcome to the Happy Girl Blog, life is a journey not a destination. Learn to Live, to Laugh, to Love, to Dance and to Travel!!! Happygirltravel.blogspot, I share my stories of adventure and exploration, travel reviews and inspiration to get out and travel the world since May 2008.
Back in 1997, my first trip was a bus trip from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai which I did by myself to visit my mother. Seeing all the foreigners on the green bus with their big big bags piqued my curiosity and gave me the travel bug. I was born in Chiang Mai , Thailand where my heart and soul belong. Many people call me “Dow Salsa” because dancing is another thing that makes me feel happy.
I graduated with a B.A. in English, learning to speak and write the Queen’s English, which is why England still remains to this day my main country of inspiration. I am still continuing my life’s journey, recently obtaining an MBA degree, still pursuing my dream of traveling and eventually running a business that relates to my passion for dance.
My fellow companion travelers and I love finding ways to travel well for the least amount of money. In my short 31 years my path has taken me across many continents and countries, and now there is a long “happy feet” trail of my own wandering footsteps behind me. I can’t imagine any other life.
I’m thankful that I have enjoyed so much freedom to travel so far and wide with many different companions, but the things I’m most thankful for all the lessons I have learned along the way as I continue to put one foot in front of the other, whether it be on forest trails, secluded beaches, or high mountain passes.
What is this life? Life is short, with so many places waiting to be explored.. Don't ever think that you need to spend lots of money just to travel. You can make it as affordable as possible as long as you do your research thoroughly.
Life is full of lessons, these being just a few, but these are mine. What are yours? What is the world teaching you as you live and breathe and make your way across this earth?
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