Planned from three different corners of the world, my two very best friends (who I’ve known since 7th grade, or in other words, half of my life… when did that happen?), and I set out to see what this hip city was all about. Adventure we did; from jet skiing in Lake Travis to floating… Continue reading Austin, Texas for a Girls’ Trip!
About a month ago, I took a small plane to a town I had never been to to visit with my dear friend (and former roommate). It was planned a few months before that, when we both knew we would have left the island and summer would be in full swing and we would want… Continue reading Roomie Reunion in Arlington, VA.
After what seemed to be an unusually hard couple of days for myself and a handful of my closest people last week, it was fitting that Simone and I had a trip planned to distract ourselves and get a change of scenery. Yes, I know, it hasn’t been all that long since I experienced a change… Continue reading Pintxos & Funiculars & The Sea In Between.
Throwing it back to a trip I took at the beginning of March to a trip I took to Soria, which is a town two hours north of Madrid. This trip seems so long ago and yet it was not even two months ago. Time is seemingly folding over on itself and with the arrival of… Continue reading Soria, Spain.
A quaint little medieval town located about 70 minutes south of Florence. In the planning stages of our trip, we knew we would want to make a point to take a day trip somewhere in the Tuscany region and after a little bit of research it became clear that Siena was a fan-favorite. I agree with these… Continue reading A Day Trip to Siena, Italy.
While Semana Santa, Spain’s Holy Week, ended on Monday, Mallorca had given students time off into the end of this week and given I work in a school, I also had the week off. Which could only mean one thing- another opportunity to travel! Let’s be honest here, any chance to travel I take. Simone and… Continue reading Milano + Firenze.
From the time my feet touched the ground in Ireland to when I took off once again, it was apparent that the luck of the Irish was not with me. I thought maybe being a teeny bit Irish may give me a leg up with some good fortune, but to no avail. There were hiccups… Continue reading Ireland.