To travel from London to Inverness, I decided to book a room on the overnight Caledonian Sleeper. Continue reading “Inverness Student Hostel – Scotland”
If Porto isn’t on your post-quarantine travel wish list, perhaps these photos will change your mind. Continue reading “Photobook: Porto, Portugal”
Last summer, about a year ago, I decided to pack it all up and head to Europe solo for a month. While there, I finally checked off an item that has been on my bucket list for year: a Shakespeare show at The Globe. Continue reading “An Afternoon at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England”
Hopping on a plane that will be hurtling hundreds of miles an hour over a vast ocean, towards a destination you’ve never seen, on a continent you’ve never set foot on, is . . . daunting, to say the least. Now, imagine you’re taking that leap all alone. Continue reading “9 Ways To Make Friends At Any Hostel”
When I booked my flight to Porto, I never expected to fall in love with the city. I knew no Portuguese, would totally be on my own again, and had no clue how to get around. However, it was the best week and a half of my summer. Continue reading “12 Things You Must Do in Porto, Portugal”
London is a magnificent place with so much to offer. As I like to say, you can never be bored in London! Being bored with the streets of London at your fingertips is an impossible feat. Continue reading “My Favorite London Hangs”
There are many ways to document your travels: Facebook, Instagram, sending postcards, taking selfies, picking up souvenirs . . . I do it all, but there has always been something intriguing about having a travel journal. Continue reading “5 Tips On How To Actually Keep A Travel Journal”
Ever wonder what it takes to be a backpacker? Here’s 26 quick tips, A to Z, to get you started.
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!”
It took me all of one night of staying in hostels again to come up with this list. Continue reading “12 Rules On Hostel Etiquette”
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”