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Tips and tricks to use on the road.

36 Hours in Budapest

Liebster Award Nomination

A very, very, very long time ago, Portia from Migrant Muse nominated me for a Liebster Award. What’s a Liebster Award? It was created to help readers discover new blogs. This way less famous writers receive recognition for their hard work. There are many famous bloggers and while I don’t begrudge them success, it’s great for newbies to receive support for […]

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Reasons To Create A Travel Blog

Great First Time Destinations for Anxious Travelers

Unsurprising fact of the post: I’m not a very brave person. A lot of people, specifically family and friends, disagree with me. After all, I ran off a mountain to face my fear of flying and managed to stay positive in face of uncertainty. Plus traveling solo, especially as a *gasp* woman, requires an ounce or two of courage, […]

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How Scotland Changed Me

Top Reasons To Create A Travel Blog

I was a nerdy teenager. No, I’m not claiming my nerdiness was “cool” or “hip” or “trendy;” I’m merely stating the unadulterated truth. While other kids planned epic Sweet Sixteen parties in nightclubs and went on expensive dates near the beach, I read and obsessed over Harry Potter fan theories online and attended after school choir […]

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Mistake

My #1 Travel Blog Mistake

Soooooo. You lovely readers noticed radio silence on my blog, huh? Since you all adore me, I bet you wondered why – after such a strong start – my posts suddenly vanished in a puff of e-smoke. What happened to Blond Wayfarer? you thought to yourself, sad eyes gazing at your computer. She was hilarious and cute. […]

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Visit Northern Ireland

You Must Visit Northern Ireland

I absolutely, positively, definitely loved Northern Ireland. Ireland fascinates Americans. Namely because many people trace their roots back to this country. And Ireland is so damn pretty. Yet, for some reason, Americans also skip over Northern Ireland on their trips to the Emerald Isle. I think their avoidance has to do with the negative stigma attached to The Troubles. Northern Ireland […]

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