My Ultimate Guide to Copenhagen: My Favorite City

So I decided that this was an intro I needed to write while I was still here, before dinner on a seriously glorious day. My first trip to Copenhagen was in 2012 - I came solo. I'm not sure what ignited my initial interest but I fell in love with the city. Since then, I've … Continue reading My Ultimate Guide to Copenhagen: My Favorite City

7 Ageless European Destinations

I recently wrote posts about some European destinations that I think you should visit when you are young and some that you may appreciate more with age or experience. So it only makes sense to write one more post to round out the series about the places I've gone that I feel are the most … Continue reading 7 Ageless European Destinations

The Anatomy of a perfect travel buddy

So I've been traveling for about a decade now. I've traveled with family, friends, students and colleagues. I spent some time tabulating, and not counting students, I've traveled with about 20 different people. Naturally, I have favorites to travel with - just people who are not just fun to travel with but easy to travel … Continue reading The Anatomy of a perfect travel buddy

7 European Destinations to visit with Age or Experience

This is the second post in my European destination series. I also will be writing 7 Timeless destinations which will be posted soon! There are tons of places that I think are a young backpackers paradise. They can be cheap or walkable or party cities. This list is not that. These are the cities that … Continue reading 7 European Destinations to visit with Age or Experience

First time at a Hostel? My tips and advice for nervous travelers

It's been 7 years since the first time I stayed at a hostel. I wouldn't say I was specifically nervous but I can tell you - there were many mistakes I made with choosing and staying at hostels that first sumer. For many North Americans, hostels are intimidating. I've heard from many people who have … Continue reading First time at a Hostel? My tips and advice for nervous travelers

Travel Planning: My favorite general Tips and Tricks

  So I've been traveling for a decade now. I've gone on all sorts of trips and vacations and weekends away - overwhelmingly these have been formative experiences for my personal development. In these 10 years, I've made a number of mistakes. Obviously - my style of travel may not be for everyone but I … Continue reading Travel Planning: My favorite general Tips and Tricks