Don’t get me wrong. Madrid and Barcelona are both very cool cities, both of which would be great places to live. But if you’re looking to study abroad and truly get to know Spanish culture, then you might want to reconsider these cities.
If you were studying abroad in the United States, would you go to New York City for an authentic American experience?Read More »
A few months ago, I wrote a post on why you should travel alone. Traveling alone might be intimidating, but it also doesn’t mean that you’re going to be alone the whole time. The best part of traveling alone is all the cool people you meet. Figuring out how to meet people can be a challenge at times, so here are my tips:Read More »
Flying is definitely a pain at times, but if you do it the right way, it can be pretty smooth. Today I’m flying to London, so I thought this post seemed fitting. Here are my tips to make your flight as painless as possible.
Before traveling anywhere, it’s always good to check into any health-related concerns and vaccines you might want to get. Don’t get too carried away looking into the fun things and forget this.Read More »
If you know anything about Washington, D.C., you know that brunch is very much a part of the city’s scene. And when I say brunch I mean bottomless brunch a.k.a. bottomless mimosas or any other type of alcohol.
When you think of travel, you probably think of having the time of your life in some new adventure, right? While travel can lead to fantastic experiences, I’m here to talk about what people don’t talk about – when travel gets hard.Read More »
I’ll start this off by telling you that I’m not saying you should travel to anyplace that’s dangerous or unsafe by any means. Rather, I’m suggesting that you travel to places that maybe you know nothing about, that make you a little uneasy because you haven’t been there before, you haven’t gotten comfortable going there. Here’s why: