*NOTE: Alright alright, hold back your pitchforks. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated this blog, but between crappy wifi in New Zealand that allowed for 1 picture to be uploaded every half hour (if I was lucky), and spending most of my time trying to move back to the US, it just wasn’t going to happen folks. But the updates should (I stress the should…I do have Continue reading Berlin for New Years – A Lesson in History and Fireworks
While Christmas 2014 on Boracay Island in the Philippines left quite a bit to be desired, this past holiday season was made significantly more enjoyable by my family meeting me in Europe! Just two days after my exciting excursion to Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany, I hopped on an early morning bus from Munich to Prague. Getting started that early is never fun, but the sunrise that morning sure made up for Continue reading Christmas in Prague – When Family Comes to Visit!
So we’re going to take a quick break from Europe for a moment (since I’m wayyy far behind on those posts), because I’ve been DYING to tell you all about a recent tour to the Sahara Desert that I took with Camel Trekking in Morocco! I went for the 3 day/2 night option, as I’d been told by many that it was just the right amount of days (2 days Continue reading Camel Trekking in the Sahara Desert of Morocco
Neuschwanstein Castle had been at the top of my Germany bucket list for quite some time, ever since I saw a photo of it somewhere in the depths of Instagram. When I found out that it was cheaper for me to fly from Barcelona to Munich, and then take a bus from Munich to Prague (to meet up with my family) than it was to fly directly from Barcelona to Continue reading Visiting Neuschwanstein Castle (Sleeping Beauty’s Castle)
I’d heard a lot about the unique architecture of Barcelona before traveling there from Sevilla, but to experience it in person is a whole different ball game. Unique architecture has become a favorite of mine since I started traveling. The buildings of the world are so different, so elaborate, so unexpected, that you are often compelled to stop and take as many pictures as possible. Most of my favorite architectural Continue reading The Unique Architecture of Barcelona – Antoni Gaudi
I had the great pleasure of spending a full week in Sevilla (or Seville if you Anglicize it) over the Thanksgiving holiday (my second year enjoying this festive event abroad). It is a beautiful city that, whenever I told anyone I was going to be visiting, they would go on about how much they loved it and that I would as well. And boy were they right. I fell in Continue reading Sevilla in Pictures: Colors and Architecture Galore
I promise I will get to working on the remaining posts I have planned, including Spain, Germany, Prague, as well as a budget round up not only for the month of December, but for the entire time I’ve been traveling as well. So get ready! But for now, I’ve thrown together a little ‘2015 in review’ video that sums up my travels for this past year. 2015 was the year Continue reading 2015 in Review: A Video