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I arrived in Greece last July with one very specific mission: to see as many beautiful beaches as possible. Given that this country is famous for its stunning islands, this was very easily achievable. I spent 4 weeks on 4
In my very biased opinion, the best way to spend a weekend in Sydney is at the beach. Kick back on a sheltered Sydney Harbour beach or battle the waves on an ocean beach – either way, no need to
Reason #68239 why I love to travel: it always teaches me lessons and reveals things about myself that I didn’t know previously. So with that, here’s what I’m taking away from my recent Eurotrip from summer 2019: Kefalonia, Greece.
I don’t know about you, but when I think about the south of France, I picture hilltop villages, lavender fields, herbs and fresh fruit, castles, and the French Riviera. If you described to me a 15-mile-long gorge with an accompanying
Anyone remember their high school superlatives? I never got voted in for anything, which I was quite happy about (cause y’know, can’t put homegirl in a box). But if I had to give my 17-year-old self a title, I probably
Sometimes you build a place up in your mind and then it doesn’t quite measure up when you finally travel there. Other times, it is exactly as amazing as you dreamed it would be. For me, thankfully, Milos fell into the
Soooooo, in case I haven’t mentioned it yet: I got a drone! You guys, I never ever thought I’d be a drone owner. I’m typically one of the ones who roll their eyes whenever they hear the buzzing sound overhead.
Among several other delights, it turns out that Budapest is chock full of specialty coffee shops. I swear, I saw signs along the lines of “we serve speciality coffee” outside of what seemed like every other cafe around the city.
I didn’t expect much from Budapest apart from thermal baths and ruin bars, but I gave myself 9 full days there to thoroughly enjoy those things while catching up on all the work I didn’t do while frolicking around France
Usually when I hear that a place is super touristy, I roll my eyes, adjust my expectations, and find that it’s really not that bad (see: Cinque Terre). I really do believe that you can find good in anything if