I'm on yet another travel hiatus - twoish weeks until I move to London for graduate school. I spent this past summer working in Turkey, which I'll definitely post about soon, but for now I'm feeling nostalgic for a trip I took in 2015. The whole experience of Trabzon, Turkey cannot be contained in one … Continue reading City in the clouds
"This is the coldest winter we've had in years." Thank you, Greek hostel receptionist, for those uplifting words post-Romania. At least I could feel my toes! I don't think we could have celebrated New Year's anywhere better, or in better company - it was here we met with Jack's family, and for me, it was … Continue reading One Hella(s) New Year’s!
I like to think I've been to some cold places. Finland in February, Norway in December, etc. And geographically, the next stop on my illustrious European adventure was the furthest south of all the countries save Greece. I science, damnit! Latitudes should have been in my favor! Spoiler: they were not. Romania wins the Michelin … Continue reading Winter came
At least this time, I had my passport. Decide that you, a broke ass college grad, should travel between two major cities during arguably the biggest holiday of the year. Mourn your bank account. YOLO! But not too much. Google "cheap ways to travel from Vienna to Budapest" because the internet would never steer you … Continue reading Busing to Budapest: A Survival Guide