People often ask me what it’s like to travel by myself. They worry that it’s lonely, awkward, or hard. I’ve found that these fears above most other things are what keep people from embarking on their own adventures, and really learning to explore the way they want to. This is especially true for women, who have to worry about the added cultural implications and safety issues of being on their own.Read More
Eyes glistening, we saw our train pull out from the station and leave us in the dust. But, in the true spirit of wanderlust, we found the next available train and decided to hop on and see where we wound up. And so we arrived in Luxembourg that night...Read More
We went out in Salzburg our first night and had an absolute blast bar hopping along the
river. Then the next morning we woke up in time to have a phenomenal breakfast in our hotel (my first scrambled eggs since America!!), pack up, and check out before Niko came to met us. He picked us up and we drove for about 45 minutes to the lakes on the outside of Salzburg...
I think I can, I think I can, I think I can… We made it out of bed, to breakfast, and out the door by 8:30, which was a miracle. Decked out in our dirndls once again, we raced to Oktoberfest hoping to beat the crowds that had kept us from an indoor table on opening Saturday.Read More
The best advice I have ever received was “See the world while you’re young. When you’re older you’ll find more reasons not to.” I took those words to heart, and have used them as fuel for my passion to explore.Read More