The Five Top Instagrammable Places in Venice

FINALLY, here I am with my next blog post about Italy ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ. This time, we’re going to take on literally my favorite city in the world – Venice! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น If you’ve never been to Venice in your life, then you should know one thing – your SIM card’s going to be full after a single…

The Top Five Instagrammable Places in Rome

Ah, Rome. The eternal city. The city to end all cities. Or as I know it better – the city where Julia Roberts stuffed her face with spaghetti in Eat, Pray, Love ๐Ÿ. If you’ve taken even one second to go through my Insta feed lately, you’ll know that I just had the most AMAZING…

Budapest Impressions – Part Two

As you guys probably noticed in my previous blog post about my trip to Budapest, you know that I was pretty impressed with the city. I mean how could you not be with views like these!? ๐Ÿ˜ So if my last post made you at all interested in visiting Budapest, you might be wondering what…

Budapest Impressions – Part One

Think about your ideal trip through Europe for a second. You’re probably imagining walking through the cute side streets of London, taking Instagram pics at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, going through plate after plate of carbs in Italy, taking in the sights in Amsterdam, or partying through the night in Berlin. But what if…

21 of the Top Reasons to Travel When You’re 21

Travel is something that I obviously have a passion for. Living in Germany for the past (almost) year has been the best experience of my life – no doubt about it. That’s why I recommend that every single person who’s about to graduate from university or going to graduate soon spend some time abroad before…

Traveling While Gay – What You Should Know

So, here I was in Amsterdam for the first time. I was going out with some friends that I’d just met that day and prepping for a grand ole’ time and dance the night away in one of the best party cities in the world. We got to the club and I started dancing with…

STUDENTS: Do Yourself a Favor and Work Abroad

When I was about to graduate from college in the US, I was given loads of advice from friends, family, colleagues, professors, and the occasional old lady crossing the street about what to do after graduation. I think itโ€™s like a right of passage for graduating seniors going out into the real world. Everyone knows…