I have known that I would be a world traveler since I was in fifth grade when I received a computer game called “Eagle Eye Mysteries in London ,” which led me to memorize the map of downtown London in my classroom’s encyclopedia.
In college, I studied in Athens, Greece, traveled through Europe and visited Cairo, and Luxor in Egypt. It was incredibly exciting to visit King Tut’s tomb, which I first learned about when I was about eight. As a law student, I had the opportunity to study in Beijing and Sydney. In total, I have traveled to around 30 countries with many more to visit.
I now live in Guangzhou, China with my husband Ben and enjoy sharing stories and pictures of our adventures with friends and family.