The rumors are true — I visited Ireland once again! It was a little over five years since I was last there.
For any loyal readers, you know the reason I started the blog was to write about my travels during my time abroad at Maynooth. While this trip didn’t involve a lot of studying, I still loved being back on the Emerald Isle for a few days.
Continue reading “A short, overdue trip to Dublin”
Ah yes, my GPS. One of the most useful tools I’ve used throughout my travels.
Lately, I’ve been trying to use it a little less and I think you should, too.
Continue reading “Leaning off my GPS”
When I was abroad, I spent some time by myself. I would walk to class alone, sometimes make trips to the store alone and sometimes take trips by myself places.
It’s an overlooked part of being abroad, the time you spend with yourself.
Continue reading “The Solo Traveler”
What does that mean? It’s German, meaning “far sickness.” It’s an urge to travel even stronger than wanderlust.
It’s a lot of what I’ve been feeling lately over the course of my winter break at home.
Continue reading ““Fernweh”…or I Need To GO”
Sure, if you have friends all around the world you could ask to crash on their couch during your travels. However, I prefered having my own bed to sleep in when I was exploring Ireland.
A lot of people have asked me, how do I find a good (and cheap) place to stay? Here are some tips I have!
Continue reading “When A Couch Isn’t Enough…”