I’m rapidly learning that the best adventures often begin when you are afraid of something. That unsure footing, a lingering doubt that you are making the right move often clouds you from making exactly the right decision – any decision at all!
Throwing caution to the wind has lead me to awesome experiences from driving a bici taxi in Cuba to an impulsive decision to end up on the “wrong” bus to San Ingancio. I’ve made some great friends along the way, and the adventure has only just begun.

Be open to people as most are keen to be helpful and friendly – in any population it’s really only a very very small percentage that you need to be careful of their motives. The fear brainwashed into us by the “stranger danger” campaign when we were small can have life long consequences and we miss out on bringing some great people into our lives.
I’m not saying to be completely carefree – there are some things which one just shouldn’t risk (such as being blind drunk as a single girl on their own in a sketchy place) but taking the risks into account be free to follow your heart. A gut feeling is often the way to go!
So trust me, if you have a feeling that you want to do something just make the decision to let go and do it – the rest will follow 🙂 at the end of the day, you can almost always land back exactly where you were.