In the coming weeks, I'm going to start posting what essentially are round-ups to my experiences in different cities so a) they're all in one place for you guys, and b) so I can more easily keep track of what
I was recently thinking about the two times that I'd spent time in Amsterdam. The first time was when I was studying abroad for a summer in London in 2007 and the second was on a Contiki tour the following
I know Poland has some political issues lately. But everytime someone asks me where they should travel solo to after I’ve said Budapest, I always turn my focus to Poland. Every single Polish person I met was so nice while I
Happy Friday! This post is inspired by my recent viewing of Spider-man: Far From Home. I can't remember anything about the plot, for the most part (all superhero movies blend together and are pretty much forgettable to me), but I do
When I decided that I wanted to go to Iceland, I knew I wanted to do a tour around the Golden Circle. Simply put, the Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in southern Iceland that features Thingvellir National Park,
The view from the top of Hallgrímskirkja! To be honest, I did minimal research about Iceland before I went. I figured out a few things that I really wanted to do (Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle, etc.) but I didn't do a
Hi friends! As promised: this post is all about how you can save money on food while you're in the most expensive city in the world: Reykjavik. Or at least it's about how I never paid more than $20 for a meal while in the most expensive city in the world. Let's get straight into it, shall we?
I'm going to tell y'all that the hype is real about the Blue Lagoon! Someone is going to yell at me for being basic but I don't care. I am SO GLAD I made the decision to head straight to