After taking a much longer than intended hiatus from creating any content, I’m working on getting back into the rhythm of starting to venture out of my bubble and get back into building this website that once consumed my every day life. Settling into my life in Korea and starting a new job has taken … More I Got a New Job in Seoul!
There’s little to nothing about Vienna that I don’t adore. Last time we visited, on a day trip from Budapest, we only had a few hours to cram in as much as possible. It was cold, raining and we were both a little grumpy thanks to a 5am start to the day. I remember being marvelled … More Vienna, Austria
When planning our two month summer trip to Europe, visiting as many places in Italy as possible was high on our agenda. The thing about Italy, however, is that it’s expensive to get around, expensive to stay in, and expensive to eat in. The Amalfi Coast is probably one of the most costly to stay in … More Amalfi Coast on a Budget
Whether you’re a first time visitor to the Big Apple or travel to or from there frequently, one of the most important questions to find the answer to is which of the four airports that serve the city to use. LaGuardia, JFK, Newark and Stewart are all in varying directions from the island of Manhattan … More The Pros and Cons of all Four NYC Airports
If you haven’t already seen the vlog I made detailing my personal experience with Norwegian Air, you can watch it below, or keep reading to see my full airline review. I’ve read countless news articles and blog posts on people’s personal experiences with Norwegian Air, and they did not give me the best overall impression … More Norwegian Air
In the summer of 2016 I spent around three weeks in Italy. Combining my experience of that trip with other times I’ve visited Italy and considering the amount of time and money people will have to take a trip, I’ve cut my itinerary down to two weeks. In this post I’ll outline costs of food, … More 2 Weeks in Italy – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around
In the last of this year’s series of posts on New York City, I’ll be telling you about how I spent the day there on a $0 budget. Now, I had to pay to take the train to and from Morristown, NJ to actually get there, but over the course of the entire day, I … More How I Spent a Day in NYC on $0
Today will be my last Korea vlog for the next week as I’m heading to Tokyo this weekend. Today I had a beautiful relaxing Sunday at the Daegu Arboretum with my friend Nicole, and we went for dinner at La Spezia afterwards. If you’re interested in visiting the Botanical Gardens, they’re around a mile from … More A Relaxing Sunday in Daegu
I’ll be adding to this collection of photographs over my year long stay here, but if you’d like to see any of my posts on South Korea, click here.
This was my third visit to New York, and my first time being there on such a tight budget. The first time I went, I had just turned 19 and visited for around a week with my two friends (click here to read). The next time I visited, I stayed for just over two weeks … More New York City, NY