It begins when you return. I am a person who feels most in harmony with my self when I am on the road. Not when I’m vacationing at a resort, snorkeling and body surfing in the Pacific, lounging on a beach chair under an umbrella while sipping Mai Tais (though I’m not gonna lie; I love doing things like that,…
At last recovered from her fractured foot, La Wander returns to Bhutan in a piece about hiking boots, pilgrimages, mindfulness, and friendship.
After thirteen months on the road, La Wander contemplates what it means to return “home.”
At long last, La Wander returns to walking the street, this time in Hanoi, Vietnam. But was she ever really gone?
La Wander examines the importance of trust in developing connections and finding happiness.
As she journeys through Nepal and Bhutan, La Wander receives lessons in happiness, in always finding the positive.
La Wander meanders her way through the meaning of long-distance walking.
La Wander contemplates the importance of help as she learns how to get by in a foreign country with a broken foot
When an unfortunate accident derails her travels, how does La Wander go on?
Join La Wander on the not-quite-so-picturesque road to Altopascio