It's all starting to feel real. I leave for Kenya in 3 months - the first time travelling by myself, the first time visiting Africa, the first time I'm not living in luxury whilst on holiday. The 3 weeks I'm going to be there seem an awfully long time.
Trying to organise jabs is driving me insane. The internet is telling me all sorts of different things. However I do not wish to risk catching Malaria so I feel it would be best for me to continue powering through and hopefully get my 3 month jabs before I head over to California next week...
I sound like one of those people that just jet around the world. I can assure you, I'm not. Yeah, I get a lot more opportunity to travel than most but college and finanical constraints are what drive me insane, otherwise there would be nothing stopping me from jumping on a plane and seeing absolutely everything.
I am desperate for a job where I can travel. But what about my family, the fact that I won't be in one place long enough to build a home, blah blah blah... It's true, everything you say, but let me have my little dream world when I'm a super rich and cool travel blogger who can just hop on a plane when the kids are at a sleepover and spontaneously wander the streets of a city I've never experienced.
I warned you this was a rambling blog. But hey, I hope I convey my love for travel. And how strongly I believe in learning from experience.
And now, I must write lots of rambling emails to get me through damn education so I can get out into the real world.
I have too much child-like optimism, I know.
Over and ouuuuut.