Thank You to the “Blog-O-Sphere Day 101s”
I went on the blog and found the coolest notification waiting for me… I have 100 followers now! Well, actually, 101! And for that reason I wanted to make this post and say thank you, to you. I started this blog to explore my writing, to help others navigate the beauty of the international world,…
Casa Rustica – An Authentic Italian Experience
It was the day before I was supposed to set out for Serrungarina and all the rentals were taken. I kept finding manual cars, which I don’t know how to drive. I found an automatic car, but it was taken by the time I got to the online checkout. I was in Venice, Italy and…
How to Afford Travel While Being a Student and Working
Life is busy, busy, busy between school and work, but taking well-deserved vacation can be done! At the time of writing this article, I have been to 39 countries in the past five years, all while being a full-time student and working up to three jobs at any given time. The number one question I…
4 Vegan Cafes in Valletta, Malta You Need to Check Out
Maltese vegan food will refuel you with all the beauty and taste of simple vegan ingredients in nutritious dishes.
The Truth About Being a “Digital Nomad”
Do you want to make a living while pursuing your passion for experiencing other cultures? Check out these truths about being a digital nomad to see if it’s right for you!
Hungry in Hungary! – Vegan Foodie Spotlight – Vegan Love
After studying abroad in Valletta, Malta, I had lost weight and become a raw vegan. I felt super healthy, but I wanted my vegan soul food, and I wanted my curves back. I didn’t want anymore salads! And then I was blessed with “Vegan Love” in Budapest, Hungary.
A Morning in Colmar, France
I woke up early, with a sense of urgency in my bones. I looked at the clock and saw that it was 6:10. I was feeling spontaneous, the dangerous kind of spontaneity where I get ahead of myself. I looked up the next train to Colmar, leaving Basel in 18 minutes or else I’d have…
Conquering the Italian Alps- Climbing the Dolomites
I clung to the metal rungs of the ladder, close to 10,000 feet off the ground, the village looking unrealistically small if I dared looked down. My muscles were worn out and my lungs had trouble expanding because of the elevation. As I focused on my breathing and my sheer will to get to the…
A Complete Guide to Santorini, Greece
Before you arrive to the most beautiful island under the sun, you’re going to want to know where to stay, how to get around, and what to do. With this guide you’ll have it all figured out and ready to go as soon as you arrive in Santorini, Greece.
Head in the Clouds
I have two feet on the ground But my head is in the clouds. Because that’s where I’ll be found, With my head in the clouds. I’ll be on my way to Paris and Rome, While I’m right there sitting silently. All of the places I can call home When I visit them so often…