I have just recently finished an incredible trip around the ring road in Iceland and want to share my advice and my rough itinerary for anyone wishing to travel to Iceland. I chose to travel to Iceland in early October as i wanted to have a chance to see the Northern Lights but also not get the worst of the winter weather whilst over there. … Continue reading 7 Day Iceland Itinerary
I am currently 3 months in from my longest travel session yet and I am no where near ready to go home. So what have I learned from this trip? I can’t say that I reached any form of self actualization and “found myself” or anything like that, but I have learned a few things along the way which I thought I should share with … Continue reading 7 Things that I have learned from backpacking!
My start to the Amalfi coast was a little rocky, but it comes hand in hand with travel. You need to accept that plans will fall through and sometimes wait for long periods of time for connections and transfers. Unfortunately my rocky start was my own fault. I ended up getting off at the wrong stop and had to get a taxi as oppose to … Continue reading Amalfi Coast and Pompeii
Paros, my little slice of heaven. It’s a small island but it still packs a punch with a lot of sites to see and everything easily within walking distance. I think the best testament to this beautiful island is that most of the expat workers i’ve met here stated that they visited the island once and just never left. We landed in Parikia by ferry … Continue reading Paros – Calm and Tranquil island
The iconic Greek white buildings, cobbled narrow winding pathways and the rhythmical flow of sea air blowing through your hair, everything you see in those travel brochures or think as quintessentially Greek will be found in Mykonos. I decided for my Greek adventure this time around that I will travel without a tour and will explore it by myself with an old friend, Sammy. There … Continue reading Mykonos – Party Island and Beaches
At first glance, there is not much to love about this grimy city. Your feet will be black from dirt each time you go outside, all over the streets you will see beggars, graffiti, rubbish and you will get the vibe that you are in a unsafe neighborhood in almost every suburb you walk through. However, despite all this, Athens has redeemed itself in my … Continue reading ATHENS – food, glorious food!
Ireland is known for many things: jovial people, Guinness, folk tales, uplifting music and captivating landscapes. I am quite certain that “Goat King” does not spring to mind when people think of ‘The Emerald Isle’. I know it certainly did not for me. Now, after stumbling into one of Ireland’s oldest Fairs, Ireland will be forever in my mind inexplicably linked to goats. The Puck … Continue reading IRELAND: All Hail the Goat King!