I'm no expert, but I've picked up a few things along the way that I think will help you as you venture into the realm of solo adventures. Plan Carefully This is the most tedious part of the process, and for some, the mere thought of order may seem almost paradoxical to "adventure," but the … Continue reading So, You Want to Travel Solo?
C Remember that hypothetical list of favorite cities that I mentioned in Winter in Edinburgh? If not, you should really go read it. Anyway, let's just say I've found my number one. My trip to Copenhagen, Denmark this past December was probably the highlight of my year. Not only was it my first time in Scandinavia, it … Continue reading Copenhagen for the Win
I'm not a big fan of day trips, especially to places I've never been before. I always worry that I'll end up falling in love with that place, and regret not spending enough time there. It's kind of like when you see an attractive guy on the street, or in a shop somewhere, and you … Continue reading My day in Glasgow
Let me just start by saying that if I ever make a list of my favorite cities, Edinburgh would definitely be in the top three. It is an absolute gem; truly one of a kind. From the baronial style gothic architecture, to the hidden alleyways and winding streets, I've never seen anything quite like it. In my last travel … Continue reading Winter in Edinburgh
Last year, I had the opportunity to study in Cork, Ireland for the Spring semester. I left the U.S. in January, not knowing that an intended five month visit would turn into eight months and me never wanting to leave that beautiful, green, temperate land. The best part is, in the months leading up to … Continue reading My Life-Changing Trip to the Emerald Isle