Here’s a few photos of the camping trip I did last summer, when I decided to sleep at the top of a mountain on the night of the Perseids.
This post is all about the photos.
Last summer, I did something I’d been dreaming of doing forever: I packed my tent and food and books (obvs) and I hiked up a mountain with the intent of sleeping at the top, ON THE NIGHT OF THE FREAKING PERSEIDS.
Here’s five things I learned from this amazing experience.
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! I thought I’d try to make my goals a little different. After all …
So here are my 5 slightly unusual goals of 2019. Continue reading “My 5 (Unusual) Travel Goals of 2019”
**Audrey feels like doing a book tag.**
**Audrey only has twenty minutes to write a post.**
**Audrey also experiences huge travel craves.**
Here’s the result! This really short but fun book tag I hope you’ll like!
- Name three books that you loved that are set in another city (or strongly inspired by it if fantasy).
- Share three places in the world that you think would make an awesome setting for a book.
- Tag as many people as you want!
I can’t believe that 12 months ago, I was starting off the new year on a beach in Mexico, celebrating with amazing people from around the world, unaware of what this year was going to be like. (It rocked.)
2018 was a roller-coaster of emotions and even though I definitely had my downs, the ups beat them all. But now the year is coming to an end, and we’ve reached that part of the year that I think I love best: looking back at the awesome memories and dreaming of the adventures to come.
Here’s my Top 5 Travel Moments of 2018: Continue reading “Top 5 Travel Moments of 2018”
We all want to get the most of our trips. We worked all year to afford them, we only have 10 days to visit as much of our dream city as we can, and we feel a little overwhelmed at the idea of doing this right.
Where to start?
I used to plan every single detail of my trips, and to be honest the more I travel the less I plan (if I plan at all, like I did in Nicaragua). Nothing is going to go exactly as you expected anyway. And it’s always great to be flexible not to miss out on awesome opportunities that will arise out of nowhere.
The Travel More series was inspired by Marica, who asked me a few questions about my travel habits that I hope I’ll be able to answer in my next three posts! (Thank you so much for your interest and your loyal follow of my blog, Marica! You’re the best!)
Before I jump into this, I’d like to share with you something that annoys me.
What annoys the hell out of me: When I announce to my friends that I’m going to, say Ireland, and they all go: “OH MY GOD YOU’RE SO LUCKY!”
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:
Continue reading “European Countries I’ve Visited – Updated 2018”
Has it really been four months already? It feels like just a few weeks ago I was stepping off a night bus from Switzerland to Italy and looking up at a warm and crowded Florence for the first time in my life.
It was magical.
Last month, I went to Rome for the first time! And it was gorgeous, and everything you’d picture Rome to be like. I ate a lifetime of gelato, pizza, and I practiced my B&W photography. Hope you’ll like my photos! 🙂 Continue reading “Rome in Black & White Photos”
This month, I went to Bulgaria for the first time and I definitely hope I’ll get to go again one day, because I completely fell in love with this beautiful country. And here are 5 reasons why I think you should consider going there. Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bulgaria”
For those of you who don’t know, I’m in Europe! I landed in Paris on the 9th and my brain still hasn’t registered that I’m here because Eiffel Tower, Swiss Alps, and Tuscan sun in less than a week? How could that ever be for real?
I’ll be posting about my trip in more details when I’m back home, but for now, I wanted to give you an overview of what I’ve seen so far so here it is: