Usually a month or two around Europe is people's first big step into their gap year. You'll want to see Big Ben in London, the Louvre in Paris, and visit Vatican city- and although all these places were amazing to look at, it seems the experiences I had in Europe are more vivid in my
Although I was home in Ohio for a month, Ben only came for about a week, just in time for my best friend's wedding. He knew I lived out in the middle of nowhere, but I don't think he quite grasped it when he asked if we could spend a few days in NYC or Chicagao.
One of my favorite things about being an expat in Goa are all the food options here. I have made many lists, including my favorite restaurants in Goa but sadly most of these are all closed. I've already explained a lot about what it's like in Goa in monsoon, so please do check out that post first. Don't forget
Just when Chloe and I were starting to think that we would have a simple day of wandering around Manali doing nothing (since everything was closed), a lady stopped us on the street and our whole day changed in a minute. Because it was November, I suppose she didn’t have much option but to ask us, dressed
I read once that as a travel writer you shouldn’t use the word “paradise”, but there is truly no other way to describe Goa. Imagine people who love their lives completely. They came to Goa to start a business they dreamed of, play music, or sell paintings. With a low cost of living, people can
This is a follow up to My Guide to Udaipur, so if you missed that post, start there! Udaipur is the lake city of India... the Venice of India… the romantic city of the subcontinent. It’s everything: VIBRANT, cultural, but most importantly, it’s the most relaxed place in India AND is still quite touristy. It’s
Have you been told that staying on Koh Samui for full moon party and just take a boat across to Koh Phangan to rage? Whoever told you that is crazy! The reason people, including us, stay on Koh Samui, is because it’s really expensive to stay on Koh Phangan (where the full moon party takes
Medieval Krakow was the only place in Europe that I was disappointed by the free walking tour; not because the guide was crap, but because they’re just wasn’t much to tell us about the city. While I usual love a walking tour, what was much more enjoyable in Krakow was wandering the well preserved buildings