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”
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”
Thinking about going traveling for a while? (Aren’t we all, though?) If so, hostels are an amazing (and cheap!) place to stay while exploring the world. Have adventures, make friends, and live in the center of the city for a while. Hostels hopping is the only way to really forget everything and just see the world.
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”
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”
What does make a good traveler? Continue reading “What Makes A Good Traveler?”