OUCH. That’s really the only way to describe the month of April’s travel budget. Fun and incredible adventures? Priceless. In reality? Not at all priceless. In fact quite a hefty price tag. Taking a look at the final cost of my travels had me being like: But was it worth it? Absolutely. Would I spend all that money again in a heartbeat? Hell yes. There were so many incredible things Continue reading The cost of travel – April 2015 budget roundup
Scotland was the second country I visited during my European adventures. I had only been in London for 4 days before taking a 9 hour bus ride to Glasgow. Now I know a 9 hour bus rides sounds terrible, but after the bus adventures I’d been on in Asia, 9 hours on a comfortable MegaBus that had reclining seats, power outlets, and actual shocks in the vehicle, was a cake Continue reading From Cities to Highlands: Exploring Scotland
As I had already explored the East and South sides on my first trip to London, upon returning a second (and third…and fourth) time I stayed on the Western half of the city, just below Hyde Park. For anyone looking to travel around this side of London, I highly recommend the Hyde Park/Kensington area. It’s a beautiful part of the city filled with lots of green space, cute neighborhoods, and Continue reading Exploring the West side of London – Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and more!