Yes, L.A. may overall be a very expensive city to live in and travel to. But there are plenty of low-budget, fun things to do as well. Check out the infographic here for tips.
I'm a solo female traveler who couchsurfed through 6 countries on my 4 month travel journey. Here are a few of my tips and tales, so you'll enjoy the cultural exchange too.
Audrey knew best, so now I give my reasons for why a traveler to Paris will always enjoy their time in the City of Love.
The following facts, tips, and figures of speech were compiled over my time spent in Rome, Pisa, Cascina, Florence, Lucca, Cinque Terre, Milan, and Genova. I found them fascinating, comical, or thought-provoking, so I knew I had to share them on my blog!
The guidebooks were correct on one thing: Florence is overflowing with tourists. I heard more English or German being spoken than I did Italian in this city of over 360,000 locals. If tourists are swarming, it must be for good reason. I almost didn't go because of low expectations and a lingering tiredness from the … Continue reading Discovering Tuscany: Florence Edition
There's no debate. Tuscany is the most beautiful region of Italy. Pisa Edition of my review of 3 towns of Tuscany.
"You don't have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body." C.S. Lewis
If you're headed to the dreamy Greek island of Santorini or contemplating a journey there, this is my tried and true guide on how to do it well. And on a college graduate's budget! CONQUERING SANTORINI Getting there: Take the fast ferry. The slow ferry won't be that much cheaper (if it is at all), … Continue reading The Tall Girl’s Essential Guide to Santorini, Greece
The Greek way of life is so different to Westernized culture...but that's not a bad thing. They've found a balance we lack, and I fell in love with Greek culture in the short time I was there.
The nation of Israel is so unlike anywhere else I've been. I mentioned in my last post that I've experienced the most culture shock here, and I believe that has translated to learning the most lessons as well. I've promised myself to never stop learning. Having that degree on the wall (or stuffed away in the … Continue reading 26 Things To Know About Israel
It was over in the blink of an eye. She was dropped down and lifted back up to vertical faster than she could yell out in an Irish accent, "Oh, Blarney!" as she'd planned to do. She left a tip for the men working, as it had to be a tough job holding onto people … Continue reading Ireland Adventures Part 2