Today I skipped my return flight to Cape Town and boarded a different one instead. If you follow me on social media you probably know where I'm headed...and it's not to return to my ex-boyfriend in South Africa. As you all know, I first traveled to Cape Town as a tourist a year ago, fell … Continue reading Heartbreak and Skipped Flights
My relationship with fitness is a codependent one that needs consistent love and attention- and if I let it go by the wayside, it will quickly drag me down. While this "relationship" is important to me, let's face it...I have a more passionate affair with travel- and sometimes the two get in the way of each … Continue reading Fitness & Travel: Can they coexist?
The difference between traveling solo versus with other people is complex, to say the least. If you talk to a traveling pair about their experiences, it will be in stark contrast to the conversation you'd have with a solo traveler even if they followed the same travel plan and itinerary. (I may be biased, but … Continue reading The Pros & Cons of Solo Travel
Known as "The City of a Hundred Spires" and the capital of Bohemia- Prague, Czech Republic is packed with personality and charm. Prague not only pleasantly surprised me, it shocked me at times and made me realize how underrated it is. When I was planning my backpacking tour across Europe, EVERYONE told me to go … Continue reading Prague: 4 Days in a Fairytale
When I told my Mom I was planning a visit to Budapest, Hungary this month, I'm pretty sure she was equally as excited as I was. To date, I would be one of the only family members to visit the country my mother's side of the family comes from- something I am quite proud of. … Continue reading My Week Long Romance with Budapest
Saying goodbye has never been something I was good at. Yes, it’s hard for everyone. I know. But...dare I say it? I may just take goodbyes harder than the next person. I dread them. I have nightmares about them. I hate them and feel their pain before they even happen. Perhaps it's my abandonment issues...my … Continue reading The Goodbye Girl
After a rough first few days back in Europe, I can't begin to explain the solace that came when I walked into this Vienna hostel. I was greeted with a welcome card, a bottle of wine and endless smiles. They literally turned my entire trip around! I'm always rattling off about how important the staff … Continue reading Review: Hostel Ruthensteiner