Italy is one of those places that most of us have dreamed about visiting since a young age. It has the food, the history, the culture, the language, I mean c’mon, Italy has a little of something for everyone to enjoy.
With such an enticing ambiance and never-ending history that differs from the north to the south end of the country, it wouldn’t do you any justice to pick just one city to explore. That is why I recommend this little travel guide for your one week stay in Italy, from me to you <3.
First, I would choose to visit these three cities
Last week I went on a rather spontaneous adventure to Romania. I stayed a week in Bucharest the city of fun nightlife, unique history, and diverse architecture, it was a blast. At first I really didn’t know what to expect because I haven’t heard of many people fleeing to Romania for vacation, but now, I am really surprised that more people hadn’t visited.
Now there are the downsides to Romania, many beggars, pit pocketing, and the overwhelming “charm” of natives, but Romania’s positive attributes by far outweigh any negative ones. It’s cheap, it’s gorgeous, and there is a lot to do.
If you have some extra time in Barcelona and you want to get to know Catalonia outside the big city, there are plenty of phenomenal towns that you can visit nearby. In fact, many of these cities that are located just outside Barcelona are some of the most beautiful European cities I have ever seen.
Don’t sell yourself short and miss out on what Catalonia really has to offer when you visit Barcelona. From beach towns with the white cottage feel, to mid evil villages, and Roman ruins you can find it all, and
Have you ever played the game called pin the tail on the donkey? You know, the one in elementary school when you are blind folded and spun around 10-20 times, tossed into an open room and then expected to somehow pin a paper tail on a paper donkey’s ass? Yup, that one.
Well, that is kind of how it feels when you move abroad, with no idea what to expect.
This photo journal is WAY overdue, about 5 years to be exact. Although I have been traveling solo since 2011, I am a newbie when it comes to blogging. I dove face first into the world of bloggers only a few months ago. So basically, I am the new kid on the block trying to make up for lost time.
I went to Thailand in 2011 as my first solo trip. This was before I was a blogger and before I knew I loved photography. I was 21 years young, and still trying to figure out who I wanted to be, but I knew that I was hungry for travel. I wanted to volunteer and teach English to children and so that was exactly what I did.