About Me

I’m curious…passionate… full of life…longing for adventure…dying to travel!

Yup that’s pretty much me! I’m Jodi, a 24 year old island girl from the Caribbean and I intend to leave an invisible trail across the globe. Travel is my way of life, and there is no greater feeling, that simply being in transit. The world is an extremely fascinating place, and we should all try to travel more.

Face of Bayon, Cambodia

Not knowing exactly what will happen tomorrow has a magnetic draw to my long dormant adventurous side, and I think it’s finally time for me to test my boundaries. I’m not expecting the travel dream, where there will be perfect weather everywhere, everyone is super friendly and things just miraculously fit themselves around my every whim. I know there might be times that I might feel frustrated and get upset, but I will never know if I never try.

Polignano A Mare, Italy

I’m ready. I’m excited. Join me, as I make my transition into a bonafide travel junkie!

  1. Hi Jodi, I stumbled across your site through Bama’s blog, and I’m so glad I did!

    I love the detail and the enthusiasm you put into every entry, it makes us feel as though we are tagging along on your trip! Just out of interest, how did you choose the destinations on your RTW? Was it mostly based off promotional offers on air fares?

    I’m looking forward to your upcoming posts on Cambodia and Vietnam, although I live pretty close (in Hong Kong) those are two countries that I’ve never been to. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi James! Thanks for stumbling by! 😛

      Well, Singapore and Malaysia were mostly chosen based on the cost of airfare. I needed to fly into SE Asia and Cathay Pacific flew to Singapore from Los Angeles for a good deal. Then, I needed to fly out of Asia to Europe, and Air Asia X had a ridiculously low fare of under US $300! Consider me sold! As for Vietnam and Cambodia, I chose those two based on the awesome reviews that I’ve read in about 100 different travel blogs. I’m really glad I went there, and I totally fell in love with Cambodia. Thanks for reading!

  2. Where are you heading next? Can’t wait for your next post. Vietnam has a old school charm and Cambodians are always wearing a smile. The Gross Happiness Index should classified Cambodia as one of the top happiest nation in the world

    • Cambodia is the land of smiles! Sometimes, I even got random big grins! The next two or so posts will be about Phnom Penh, then I’ll be headed back south to Ho Chi Minh for a quick stopover. Thanks for following! =)

  3. Hey Jodi! Love your blog. Do you do guest posts? I’d love to discuss this with you. If you’re interested, please email me at jessica@inbed.me. Thanks! 🙂

  4. Hi Jodi, thank you for stopping by my blog to comment! delihted that it led me to yours! Look forward to reading about your travels!

  5. Thanks for stopping by my sight!
    I agree, everyone should travel more – the world is a fascinating, ever-changing place, which we are learning through my own family’s trip around the world. I read your post on Switzerland – we actually started our trip there (most expensive place first I guess), and are currently in SE Asia for the second half – we were in Thailand, Indonesia, and most recently, Cambodia (currently in Vietnam). So I’ll be reading about your time there.
    Thanks!
    http://www.oneworld4girls.wordpress.com

  6. Happy Travels Jodi. Would you like to take a 7 X 7 Link Award with you? http://restlessjo.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/awards-2/ Have fun.

  7. Hi Jodi, you’ve been to Asia but didn’t go to Indonesia? I’m wondering why..hehe..nice blog btw 🙂

    • Hey there Shelly! You’re the second person to mention Indonesia in the past 2 weeks! I really want to visit, but the whole visa thing is sort of complicated. My nationality (Antigua) needs a visa, and I live on a tiny island in the Caribbean which means there’s definitely no Embassy anywhere nearby. My only option would be to visit Indonesia during a long SE Asia trip so that I can apply for the visa on the road, or utilize the assistance from an Indonesian travel agent. It seems as though I should definitely try my best to resolve this road block, because Indonesia seems to be awesome, and I don’t want to keep missing out! Thanks 😀

  8. Hi,
    Would you be interested in writing a guest blog post on our blog, http://www.womenstravelblog.com/ ? We are a PR 2 blog whose audience enjoys reading anything about travel (e.g. “Top 4 Places for Women Travelers”, “The fun and excitement of Solo Traveling”, “Turkey land of Holidays”, etc). And, of course, you’ll receive a FOLLOWED link to your blog or page of your choice. Please let me know if you’re interested. I think you’d be a great fit with our audience, and we’d also like to talk with you about other partnerships.I have few more travel sites and blogs for link exchange and article exchange if interested please feel free to contact me

    Talk to you soon 

    Ratna Sharma
    ratna.fp@gmail.com

  9. Hi Jodi,

    My name is KC Owens, I’m a college student and I love to travel! While cruising the Internet, I found your site and really enjoyed reading your posts. I have been to countries all over Europe with just my backpack and a camera. Since I am a college student and I have significant bills, it can be difficult to find ways to travel the world. However, I have done this several times, with less than ten pounds of luggage and while on a college dime!

    I was hoping that you would allow me to write a post for your site to share my tips and tricks with your readers. I put a lot of time into my traveling, it is my biggest passion and I would love to inspire others by sharing my stories, mistakes and triumphs. I look forward to hearing from you!

    Best,

    KC Owens

  10. Hello Jodi. I’m Nick.

    I would like to publish a sponsored post (with one link) on your great blog – travelsintransit.com. Could you please give me the price for the placement of it?

    Please contact me for more details. Thx

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