(based on experience) Since embarking on my great European summer adventure in 2015, I experienced many learning curves and have come up with a list of tips for future reference. Some of them are silly, others a touch more serious, but all helpful, handy and important. I hope this helps you with your next adventure! Pack a … Continue reading Travel tips (for summer adventures) with Angelica
When I was younger (we're talking like 4 years ago here), I never pictured myself as the type of person to take on the world solo. I never imagined exploring cities and crossing countries on my own. I sort of always figured that travelling was something that I'd always do with someone else. I mean, … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Traveling Solo Is The Way To Go
Before this year, I never considered a hostel as an accommodation option when traveling. As pretentious as this is going to sound, I had really only considered hotels as the solitary way to go. Boy was I wrong (and I admit, sheltered). I was naïve to the backpacking scene. I am now a 100% supporter … Continue reading From Hotels to Hostels – why paying less gets you so much more
My summer adventure is over. No more flights, overnight busses, overnight trains, ferries, sleeping on public transport, sleeping at airports, sleeping in hostel dorms with 9 other people.. for now. Of course, without a single doubt in my mind, it has been the greatest summer of my life and I wouldn’t have done it differently … Continue reading Summer Highlights
After wearing the same pair of pants for a week straight (beer spills and all), after sharing clothes and toiletries with friends, after walking around in Havaianas 4 days straight in the rain, after nearly wearing my bra to shreds, after having to buy new clothes (££€€) for both seasons (damn you UK!), after having … Continue reading The 5 weeks of waiting is over!
The great european summer adventure (GESA?) has officially begun - 3 weeks in - and so far it's been unreal. Travelling on my own has been such a liberating experience. Me being me, I had some stresses before I left Madrid, with no sure reason as to why I was actually stressing. I've travelled countless times … Continue reading The Great European Summer Adventure (GESA?) – the travellers community and what’s up next