While my travel list is long, Porto is a city that I can’t wait to return to someday.
Something about Scotland just bleeds and breathes inspirations. It infects your blood, your bones, your mind. Continue reading “Writing Underneath the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland”
“My friend just canceled on me. Want to go to Wales in 7 hours?”
“Ummmm . . . yes, please!”
Work’s been a circus (this month, I’ve read 5 novels, graded projects, edited essays, and made study guides and exams until I absolutely loathed the sight of Microsoft Word). However, there has been a light at the end of the tunnel.
I leave for London . . . today! I’ll be gone from June 16th to August 7th. 53 days. One girl. One backpack. Lots of adventures. Continue reading “A (Extremely) Minimal European Summer Packing List”
Here’s just a bit of advice . . . Continue reading “Outlander in Real Life”
Before moving to France last year, I made the decision to invest in a travel backpack. Continue reading “Are Travel Backpacks Worth the Price?”
Just because you’re a solo female traveler doesn’t mean you have to stay in female dorms. Continue reading “5 Tips For Solo Girls Hosteling in Mixed Dorms”
Twisting roads, rolling green hills, medieval stone cities, fairytale views, and Chianti wine? Um, yes please. Continue reading “Photobook: Tuscany”
Florence is full of art. Some may debate that the entire city is a work of art. I’m definitely partial to that side of the argument. It also doesn’t take a lot of sifting through photos to discover why.
I got sick once while backpacking . . . and please, let’s hope never again. There’s nothing worse than being in a hostel, coughing up a storm, running a fever, and having nowhere to go. Continue reading “5 Ways To Keep Healthy While Staying in Hostels”