Tag: travel advice
I’ve been known to frolick in freezing waterfalls before, but this was on another level. It might as well have been a polar plunge in the Arctic Circle.
This wasn’t an easy post to write, but I’d be remiss as a female travel blogger not to discuss the realities of being a woman in this world, especially abroad, because those Instagram photos sure as hell don’t show them.
Back at university, I studied in Italy for a semester. Prior to departure, my professor showed my peers and I how to travel with a single, carry-on backpack for months. (Yes, months!) At the time, it seemed impossible but now it’s my preferred way to travel.