5 delicious foods to try in Spain

Lessons learned from 35 days in Europe

Traveling anywhere for 35 days in Europe sounded scary…but this was 35 days through different European countries and cities, so I was filled to the brim with excitement and anticipation. I returned home at the beginning of October and I’ve had time to reflect on everything I learned while on that amazing trip. PACK LIGHT! … Continue reading Lessons learned from 35 days in Europe

Travelling with Depression and Anxiety

I've always maintained my blog, and any posts I write about travelling will be the real deal. No glossing over the struggles, no "Oh my god my life is perfect" - THIS is how it really is to travel with Depression and Anxiety. I've suffered from Depression and Anxiety since around three years ago; it's … Continue reading Travelling with Depression and Anxiety

Off the beaten track: Paris

Paris - the city of love, but the city of so much more. If you've already seen the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel-tower, you might be ready for some some lesser known sights in Paris - that are just as beautiful though.   1. Le mur des je t'aime Square Jean Rictus, Place des Abbesses, … Continue reading Off the beaten track: Paris

5 things you don’t want to miss in Amsterdam

Amsterdam - that's narrow and crooked houses, cobbled streets, bikes, flower markets, and weed. Amsterdam is the heart of the Netherlands, and one of the most beautiful and popular cities in Europe. When visiting Amsterdam, make sure not to miss out on these 7 must-sees.   1. Rijksmuseum Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX The Rijksmuseum is without … Continue reading 5 things you don’t want to miss in Amsterdam

A Harry Potter Guide to Edinburgh

Let's be honest - who doesn't like Harry Potter? (If you just thought "me", then shame on you.) If you are a Harry Potter fan and you travel to Scotland, make sure to visit Edinburgh (it is only 1,5 hours from Glasgow by bus). J.K. Rowling lived here for years and drew inspiration from her … Continue reading A Harry Potter Guide to Edinburgh

3 types of alternative (and free!) accommodation

If you don't feel like just staying in a hostel, there are plenty of other options. The following three types of accommodation are not conventional, but they are definitely worth a try. 1. Wwoof.net Wwoofing is becoming increasingly popular. Wwoof.net links organic farmers and volunteers. With wwoof, travelers apply to work on a chosen farm for free … Continue reading 3 types of alternative (and free!) accommodation