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Budapest to Belgrade Night Train

I had a weekend off from work and thought I would head to Belgrade as I had heard some great things and was intrigued by this city that has belonged to numerous countries in the past century. 326 more words

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Smugglers & Snorers

I’ve been in Madrid for the past three days staying in the worst hostel I’ve ever stayed in. When I arrived I had to walk through a group of men who looked like they had just been released from prison and I was the first woman they had seen in ten years. 245 more words

When Life Hands You a Food Truck

This past week, I arrived back in Taupo after a 3 week whirlwind tour with my wonderful parents.  And of course the second I arrived, threw my backpack down, and got a good night’s sleep, I began to wonder, “Okay…what now?” 527 more words

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The Battle for #Nordkapp

When ever you watch a movie, there is always that point where the protagonists are in a house and common sense says that one would leave, but they never do, they stay and invariably the worst happens. 1,590 more words

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Bucharest, sweet, sweet Bucharest. 

My first night in Bucharest was filled with anxiety and a little bit of fear to be honest. That Uber driver… Now, I’m in a train heading to Brasov and all I can think of is how much I’ll miss Bucharest. 688 more words

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Sevilla

After leaving Lagos I wasn’t feeling great. I didn’t feel like I had met anyone with whom I formed a real and genuine connection (contrasting Lisbon where I felt like I had made a lot of new friends) and I didn’t feel very attached to the town either. 440 more words

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Lagos

I’m writing from a bus leaving Lagos and heading to Sevilla in Spain. I had high expectations of Lagos–it’s a beautiful beach paradise and party town, and a close friend of mine last year had said it was one of her favourite spots in Europe. 491 more words

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