This July marks five years since my first ever solo traveling experience. No guides, no groups, no friends, just me, my camera, and my uncomfortable backpack that I will probably never use again. Back in 2013, I set out on a month long backpacking adventure through the British Isles. This was during a time where… Continue reading The British Isles and the trip that changed my life!
Traveling the world can be amazing! Being able to visit and see up close all the sites you've been dreaming of can be euphoric. It can make you feel invincible, like you can do anything. It can also be terrifying, unsatisfying, and just plain disappointing. Like with anything else, there are many pros and cons… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Traveling
Anyone who knows me knows that I love to travel. There is almost no place I wouldn't want to visit or experience. I think I have always been this way. When I was younger I was obsessed with geography. I loved learning about different countries and their cultures. I remember the first time I was… Continue reading Why do I Travel?
This past weekend I took a trip up to Montréal. It was a last minute-spur of the moment booking for me. I also did something I have never done before: I booked an Amtrak ticket. The last time I was on a train was over in Ireland. I learned that train travel in the US… Continue reading Montréal
How do you choose between a hostel, hotel, guesthouse, or B&B? Chances are, if you have traveled abroad, you have asked yourself this very question. You may factor in price, location, and your age. So, what are the big differences between you options for accommodations and how do you choose what's right for you? Hotels… Continue reading Hostels vs. Hotels
I was lucky enough to spend nine full days in London a few years back. This was my first stop on my month long (solo) jaunt through the British Isles. London is a fast paced city with much to see and do, so how did I spend my time when I only had nine days?… Continue reading What I did in London