So I left Vilnius, Lithuania at 10:30pm on a red-eye Lux Express bus heading to Warsaw, Poland. The bus was really comfortable, it had reclining seats, tvs, a bathroom, and water/coffee; but unfortunately for me it was completely full and […]
Visiting Auschwitz has long been on my list of things to do since my very first trip to Europe. It’s never been something I’ve looked forward to, but something I’ve always felt I needed to do, having watched many documentaries […]
Interview with Taylor Kulczycki – If Not Now, When?
Traveling has allowed me to meet so many new people from all over the world, but it has also allowed me to make new friends in my own city, as I often get referred by friends and family to their […]
Interview with George Day – Working Across Europe
One of my favourite parts of traveling is meeting new people and hearing their travel stories. When I was in Tallinn, Estonia, I met George, who was working at Tallinn Backpackers, the hostel where I was staying. We got to […]
A dog has the right to be a dog
My second day in Riga, Latvia, I headed out to explore more of the Old Town and had brunch at a vegan restaurant called Fat Pumpkin, which was really good and reasonably priced. From there I went to see the […]
Don’t forget your key card
After a beautiful day spent in Helsinki, it was now time to move on. Places to go and people to see! I got up really early, checked out, and walked to the bus stop using google maps. Most of the […]
Short but sweet!
I flew home to Winnipeg from Ottawa and was picked up by my mom and sister. We stopped at the grocery store so I could pick up a few essentials for the next few days and then we hit Olive […]
22 Things I miss about home when I travel
Whenever I’ve been traveling for a decent amount of time, I always start to miss certain things from home. It varies depending on what countries I’m visiting and how long I’m traveling for, but these are the things I’m currently […]
Always fashionably late!
My last day in Munich I woke up at the way too early time of 3:30am to get ready, say goodbye to Klara and get the train to the Munich airport. You can actually pay to do a tour of […]
One beer down, many more radlers to go
The train from Berlin to Munich wasn’t too bad, it was about 6 1/2 hours long. Note to self, next time don’t watch tv shows/movies that are guaranteed to make you cry, cause you look like a weirdo on the […]