Day 53. And then Austria was coming to an end. So Robin and I hurried to make the most of the last days. Oh. I just realized I never introduced Robin. Gee, I’m terrible! Name: Robin Nationality: Canadian Age: Immortal Gender: Moose Occupation: To travel around the world with me I’m supposed to take a… Continue Reading →
Day 44 Just when I thought I was done with travel fails. Everything was going so well in Vienna. I planned a week-end in Innsbruck to go in the mountains, but for some reason I couldn’t buy any train tickets online. Everytime I tried it said that the transaction had failed, and so I started… Continue Reading →
Day 30. The second phase of my trip consisted of a language school in Vienna. Yep, I thought I’d try to learn a new language while in Europe and, for no particular reason, I picked German. I guess I’m doing a kind of Eat, Pray, Love, mine being something like Drink, Learn, Wander. (It’s not… Continue Reading →
Almost two months into 2019, and I still haven’t had time to really sit down and plan out where I want to go this year. (AND PLANNING IS LITERALLY MY PASSION SO THIS IS PROOF LIFE HAS BEEN BUSY AF PEOPLE.) But instead of the usual: I want to go there and there and there!… Continue Reading →
Time to update my European bucket list because I’ve visited a couple of other countries in the last months! But man, oh man, Europe is HUGE. My total is still kind of low and it just makes me realize HOW BIG THE WORLD IS. So much more to see out there. Anyway, here’s my result:
So this morning I was playing around with interactive maps where you can enter the places you’ve visited, like an online scratch map. I wanted to see how much of Europe I had actually covered, because I felt like I’d done a pretty good part of it, and MY OH MY WAS I WRONG.
Happy to say my piece was published on The Drabble. 🙂 100 words Short Story Written by: Audrey Francis-Plante
Besides the obvious budget/trip planning, there’s a big step to cross in order to make your dream adventures happen, and it’s to actually stop visualizing it as a dream, and consider the reality of it. At least that how it works for me. And here’s how I do it:
As I mentioned before, one thing I love to do when I travel is to find a nice spot where to spark my imagination and write. So here are my favourite European ones so far.
Day 37 Revelation Time: I was Sisi in another life. I had to be.