It has been a few days since I’ve returned back to the States and have had friends asking me if I would blog about my travels to Italy, so here we are, the first blog post to a series devoted to the land of pizza+pasta. So, grab a cup of coffee and cue Andrea Bocelli … More My Roman Holiday: Two Day Itinerary
There’s a quote by Anita Desai that goes a little like this, “Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” How true those words ring in my own heart. I do not take it for granted that life has given me opportunities to travel. To me, it has been life’s greatest gift. To be … More My Eat, Pray, Love Story.
Not going to lie. I’m pretty sure I had George Ezra’s song, Barcelona, stuck in my head half the time while walking through it’s beautiful streets last week. Barcelona has it all…beaches, mountains, shopping, old churches, and alleyways that you can easily get lost in. To be honest, I don’t mind getting lost in a … More Beautiful Barcelona.
I’m certain there is magic in the U.K, the kind that transports you to centuries ago. I am sure that the same can be said of many countries in Europe and around the world, which is why I think one should travel. When you walk the streets, it feels as though you’ve transported from the … More Photo gallery: Autumn in London.
Whenever I travel, I feel as though I can hear the musical symphony of Sleeping at Last’s song, Saturn. “With shortness of breath, I’ll explain the infinite How rare and beautiful it truly is that we exist.” travel (n). to move or go from one place to another, as by car, train, plane or ship; … More Why Travel?
When I first started playing with the idea of taking a trip to England this year, my immediate thought was, “Next year. I financially cannot afford a trip overseas.” But, then I thought, if not this year, will I then tell myself the same thing the following year? It’s that classic saying of “Not today, but tomorrow.” … More The Young Traveller on a Budget.