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8 Instagrammers Who Will Feed Your Wanderlust

Here are a few of my favorite travel instagrammers! 1. @worldofwanderlust There comes a time in life when you don’t just want to move forward, you want to run in any direction. Don’t be afraid or ashamed to pack up, let it all go, and start something new. Talking about my quarter life crisis in […]

Reviewing 2015: Where I Traveled This Year

I was very fortunate this year to travel both around the US and internationally despite being a full-time student and working.  Before I jump head first into 2016, here’s a review of where I traveled this year.   Delaware, USA I traveled with my volleyball team to University of Delaware and my brother came to […]

A Quiet Getaway to Comino Island, Malta

When my friend Courtney and I decided to travel to Malta, we did so solely based on Google Images.  After three months in grey London, we longed for a quiet beach getaway to somewhere we had never heard of.  I took one look at a series of photos entitled “Blue Lagoon,” turned my laptop toward […]

Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport

If there is one thing I have realized from the family vacations of my childhood and teenage years, it is the importance of a good night’s sleep before embarking on a journey. I backpacked solo through Eastern Europe for two weeks while my luggage was locked away at Dublin Airport awaiting my return. There were […]

8 Beautiful Words to Help You Describe Your Travels

More often than not when I’m traveling, I find myself feeling incredible emotions without the proper words to describe them.  New landscapes, people, cities, and experiences require new words.  Add these beautiful foreign words to your vocabulary to help describe yourself better during those moments on the road that leave you speechless. Querencia (Spanish) A place […]

Thailand is Same Same, But Different

“Same same, but different” is probably the most widely used English phrase across Thailand. Thai people who can’t speak a lick of English can say and understand “same same, but different,” and they use it in the most creative ways. For example, imagine you are looking at a shirt sold by a vendor on the street. […]

7 Hours in Brussels

Oddly enough, the most affordable and simple way for me to travel from Pula, Croatia to Budapest was to fly back west to Brussels.  So, I figured I might as well make an impromptu Belgian day out of it.  Starting the day off with an early flight to South Charleroi Airport, I booked a 9 […]

Where I Read in November 2015

It’s no secret that I want to see the world.  All of it.  Alongside that goal, I’ve been working on the lifelong project of reading 1,000 books in beautiful places around the globe.  I must admit that I have been a very slow reader lately, but the books I did pick up this month were difficult […]

The Best Reading Spots in London

One of my absolute favorite activities to do while traveling is read a good book.   Consuming my current read in different spots all over a city or town is one of my favorite ways to enjoy a new place. I lived in London for four amazing months. On days when I would explore by myself, […]

Eating Like a Local at Prague’s Lokál

We entered a loud, crowded, male-filled beer hall.  I had just reunited with my good friend Mary Kate, from whom I had been separated for almost two weeks. Having chosen Lokál because of a recommendation from the people at her hostel, we had no clue what to expect.  Were we supposed to seat ourselves? Or […]

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