Tu Me Manques, Paris

It’s been just over two years since I last saw The City of Lights and, not going to lie, I’ve been dreaming about being able to wander Parisian streets again. Continue reading “Tu Me Manques, Paris”

Dungeons and Dragons Tavern: Storm Crow Manor – Toronto, Ontario

Are you a fan of the mysterious, fantasy worlds, LOTR, monsters and villains, and D&D? Well, you must add Storm Crow Manor to your Toronto bucket list. Keep reading to find out why! Continue reading “Dungeons and Dragons Tavern: Storm Crow Manor – Toronto, Ontario”

Inverness Student Hostel – Scotland

To travel from London to Inverness, I decided to book a room on the overnight Caledonian Sleeper. Continue reading “Inverness Student Hostel – Scotland”

Photobook: Porto, Portugal

If Porto isn’t on your post-quarantine travel wish list, perhaps these photos will change your mind. Continue reading “Photobook: Porto, Portugal”

An Afternoon at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England

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”

My Favorite London Hangs

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”

Backpacking From A to Z

Ever wonder what it takes to be a backpacker? Here’s 26 quick tips, A to Z, to get you started.

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Writing Underneath the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland

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”

A (Extremely) Minimal European Summer Packing List

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”