Europe travel  Guides

I’ve spent the last 4 years living in Europe, from France, to Croatia, to Ireland, and then back to Croatia. I research all of my destinations extensively, for the independent traveler like myself in mind. These tips will help you be a more responsible traveler, mindful of self, culture, and the environment. 

Winter travel guides

Croatia travel guides

Croatia Nature Escape Tour: October 2019

2019 is the year that I’m taking my Croatia travel tips beyond my blog. Yep, it’s time that I don’t just tell you; I SHOW you. Some of you may recall that last spring I announced a partnership with the responsible travel company, Traverse Journeys. We worked together...

A Local’s Guide to Camping in Dubrovnik

You don’t need to stay in luxury accommodation to experience the best of Dubrovnik, Croatia. In fact, camping in Dubrovnik may be the best ways to immerse in the region’s lush, seaside landscape for a fraction of the cost of any hotel or apartment. Pitching tent in...

Portugal travel guides

England travel guides

Best Things to do Near Shoreditch High Street London

Tucked away in East London outside of the conventional tourist traps, you'll find the the hipster haven of Shoreditch, London. And iconic street art, outdoor markets, cheap street food, and vintage shops all meet at the cross road of Shoreditch's high street. A trip...

Switzerland travel guides

20 Best Beaches in the South of France (With Map)

I consider the South of France one of my dearest friends. We go back to my college days, when I came to spend one summer studying in the metropolitan, coastal town of Nice. During my time there I fell deeply in love with the vast landscape of the Cote d'Azur. I...

15 Incredible Day Trips from Nice, France

The prequel to moving halfway across the world to live in Croatia was my summer spent in Nice. I may have been just another college kid on study abroad, but there was something about those pastel-colored streets and pebbles beaches that forever changed me. I returned...

The Ultimate Gluten Free Paris Guide

You can't go to Paris without indulging in the world- renowned French cuisine. But all those baguettes, croissants, pastries, and bread seems like a nightmare for anyone that is Celiac or gluten free. The truth is that Paris is one of the best cities in Europe for...

Ireland travel guides

5 Things I Learned From Living in Ireland

When I first arrived in Cork with my Croatian boyfriend, we hadn’t a clue how we were going to make it. We were staying in a run-down bed and breakfast outside of the city. We didn’t have jobs or an apartment. I began to question why I fought so hard to get a...

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