Ah Germany, land of the punctual, recycling, and schnitzel. I recently returned to the country after having lived there for a couple years. While I didn’t experience any culture shock this time around, it served as a reminder of all the things that had once been learning curves. I also had with me my friend … More A Beginners Guide to Germany; 25 Tips to help Bridge the Culture Gap
I came back from Berlin last week only to find out that all of my roommates were taking off for Spring Break and that I still had an itch to travel despite the fact that I’m broke AF (which is why I came straight home from Berlin in the first place). After a bit of … More Exploring your own City; A Mini Guide to “Staycations”
Who the heck wears a face full of makeup backpacking in 94°F/34°C heat?! *cough*cough*Munich* Obviously the answer is me… it’d be kinda weird if it wasn’t since it’s my blog, but whatever… let me explain. Actually, now that I think about it, it would be easier to “show” instead of “tell” so check out this video … More My Travel Makeup; A Product Breakdown and Tutorial
This little blurb was originally part of my Backpacking in Portugal post but it was a bit of a tangent and added to an already lengthy post. I thought I would write a separate post on the topic of city cards in general and let you know what I’ve learned and how I feel about them. … More City Cards – Are they worth it?
–Just a quick note: Please consider skipping personal fireworks to save stress to pets, wildlife and prevent wildfires. Thanks!– There aren’t many holidays more patriotic than the 4th of July, and it will be the last holiday I spend in the United States for a long time. From my experience last year, a good portion … More American Patriotism Abroad; Happy 4th of July!