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Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Reykjavik

Hmm, I should’ve posted in January about celebrating New Year’s Eve in Reykjavik, huh? Sorry, wayfarers! I’m not the most timely person, as you probably know if you’ve been reading my blog since the very beginning. (Thanks for your patience!) Besides, my job has been crushing all my free time into broken, minute-long shards. I’m […]

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36 Hours In Budapest

5 Reasons I am Too Old for Hostel Dorms

I started traveling solo at 26, which is a bit older than the “average” backpacker age, but hey, better late than never, right? Right? I mentally repeated that phrase, better late than never, to myself whenever I encountered eighteen year-old kids who’ve already visited 30 countries. (No hate, I promise! I just wish I started […]

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traveling jerk

7 Signs You Might be a Traveling Jerk

Travel is awesome and inspiring. No debate there. Yet, while you normally encounter new best friends on the road, sometimes you come across the Infamous Traveling Jerk. Alas, this unfortunate truth tends to creep up on you at the very worst times. For example, you want a good night’s rest after exploring a new city […]

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Iceland in Winter

Icelandic Plans

I fly to Reykjavik on December 26th! I can’t believe it! My Icelandic plans are on the horizon! Way back in September, I had booked a winter wonderland adventure to Iceland. I needed to soothe my never ending wanderlust, still in overdrive after a several week journey around Central Europe, and obviously I gave into […]

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