P.S I’m On My Way
Author: Juliette Micallef | Last Updated: 3 Aug 2016
P.S. I’m On My Way is the brainchild of travel blogger Trisha Velarmino. She simply wanted a place to explore and reiterate how it feels to grow and learn while traveling the world. The first thing a visitor finds is a clear warning: “If you are looking for travel guides, this blog is not it.” She instead has compiled a survival guide based on how travel has transformed her.
The blog stems from personal experience and therefore includes personal advice. “Solo female travel: Ladies, this is how a deterrent ring kept me safe on the road,” describes how Trisha pretended to be married for an entire year to avoid extra male attention. “Everything you need to know about the Tea Culture in London” explores the history of England’s most-beloved beverage and the best places to drink it.
Do not be completely fooled by the initial warning; P.S. I’m On My Way does cover a few tips and tricks like “25 Practical tips for long term travel” and “Backpacking Peru: Budget, route, short-term jobs and everything you need to know” amongst others. But what you truly gain from Trisha’s blog is an understanding of how travel is an experience that can completely shape and alter your life, including the person that you are and will become.
Travel Blog: psimonmyway.com