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Shippin' Up to Boston

The hardest part of coming back from studying abroad is realizing that you can’t just pick up and travel somewhere new every weekend. I told myself that, even though I can’t hop on a plane to a new country every Friday, I was going to travel more, even if it meant going on little day trips.  996 more words


Wanderlust Wednesday - 7/10/15

I’ve had a busy few days, I’ve just found out I’ve secured a place in the London Marathon, managed to get tickets for Glastonbury festival next year and right now I’m off to London to work for the day! 54 more words


Wanderlust Wednesday: Antarctica

Many people dream of traveling to the romantic cities of Europe, the exotic landscapes of Asia, or the breathtaking beaches of the Pacific.  While I myself do dream these things, I also have one “wanderlust wish” that has been with me for a number of years now – to visit Antarctica. 424 more words


Wanderlust Wednesday - 30/09/15

How is it the last day of September?! Seriously, where is this year going? This time last year I was about to sail around the Whitsunday Islands on the crazy  33 more words


Hostel vs. Hotel: The Debate

Searching for lodging is one of the most important parts of traveling, as where you stay can make or break your trip. Being too far from city center or not getting enough sleep due to noisy neighbors leads to unnecessary frustration (at least for me!). 453 more words


Italian Soiree 2015 Days 6, 7, & 8 : Florence & Pisa

Monday started off with another early morning bus, metro, & train ride, but luckily due to the high-speed train we took we made it to Florence a little before 11am. 1,097 more words


How a Yurt Saved a Failed Camping Weekend

We had been looking forward to our Labour Day long weekend trip to Crimson Lake in central Alberta all summer. This was largely because you have to book spots there so damn far in advance (the entire campground had filled up for every single weekend for the entire summer by the end of June, I mean come on), but mostly because it’s such a beautiful place and an extremely family friendly campground. 1,121 more words