Mia Taylor

Celebrity & Brand Social Media Manager

Travel

My Trip to Baja California

01/06/2009

We made our way back to visit Cuco and Pilar at Rancho Pilar where we witnessed a lot of growth in the area. A family of Canadians has begun constructing a huge house at the top of the hill overlooking the beach where Wil and I camp. It’s sad to see the land develop, it was kind of nice having a remote camping spot with friendly neighbors. Wil took some great photos while we were in Mexico, I’m hoping he’ll post the headshot of Pilar.

Burma, a Desperate Situation.

05/09/2008

I don’t watch T.V, so hearing about disasters usually catches me off guard. I recently learned that on May 2nd a category 4 cyclone hit Burma and killed more than I could have imagined. Thousands. It seems like just yesterday I was walking down the streets of Rangoon watching the locals squat in front of Read More

Back in America…

05/05/2007

I came back from a Semester At Sea, travelling the world for 103 days in 12 countries and coming back to America was in no way anything like I expected.  I came back with new eyes, a new perspective and appreciation for cultures and humanity in general.  I found myself so confused by the arrogance Read More

Namaste From India

10/12/2006

Port #6. Chennai, India. I am sitting here at the Varanasi with a red clay dot (Tula) on my forehead and I honestly don’t know where to begin. India is not what I expected. I arrived in Chennai and it gave me a horrible impression of what I was going to be experiencing for the Read More

Port 3. Hong Kong, PRC

09/21/2006

I loved Hong Kong!! I could definitely live there. first off, we had a typhoon to avoid so we couldn’t make it safely to Quindao, China! The Typhoon/Cyclone was tossing the ship everywhere. I was so nervous! My friend Kristine and I fell asleep for only an hour and it was in the hallway where Read More

Semester At Sea- Japan

09/12/2006

We arrived really early in the morning and I walked/stumbled onto the 7th deck Aft to watch the fireboat squirt water 30 feet into the air. Then, when docked, a live marching band greeted us playing Mission Impossible themes and a lot of other songs. It was so sweet! We learned how to say “OHIO” (phonetically) Read More

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