Here are my top tips for Isle of Skye activities you should add to your road trip itinerary! Cross the Skye Bridge When you're planning your Isle of Skye road trip you have two choices, take a ferry or drive across the Skye Bridge. There are two reasons that you should choose to drive: 1 … Continue reading Top Things to Do on an Isle of Skye Road Trip
Here are the Best Free Things to Do In North Rhine Westphalia, Germany! Have I mentioned that when I was housesitting in northwest Germany I was not only pleasantly situated near the Dutch border but also had the extreme fortune of meeting a beautiful, amazing native German girl who acted as my own personal travel … Continue reading 8 Best Things to Do in North Rhine-Westphalia | German Guide Approved!
Jaap Some of you may already be aware that I largely afforded my nearly two month trip to Europe by making use of the ingenious system that is house sitting. That, and a little something called “questionable hostels above bars”. House sitting is actually kind of a misleading term, because more often than not it … Continue reading So You Want to Be a House Sitter?
Amsterdam is like a rite of passage for all 20-something backpackers exploring Europe for the first time. Salacious imagery of the infamous red light district and seedy smoke filled alleys might spring to mind for some. But beyond the stereotypical party scene there's a whole other side to this guilder and I'm about to tell … Continue reading How to Spend 24 Hours in Amsterdam
If you've been following this blog so far, you know that I started my Scotland trip in Edinburgh and Glasgow with big plans to hit the road alongside my new travel pal, Mimi. And hit the road we did. I'm about to tell you how we squeezed all the space between Glasgow and the Isle … Continue reading 4 Days, a Car, and Scotland
Leaving Edinburgh is like entering a whole new world. You know what they say about capitals not representing the true soul of a country? It's true. Don't get me wrong, Edinburgh is a fantastic city, but it's where EVERYONE goes. And that gives it a great international feel, but you're here to visit Scotland, so … Continue reading A Tale of Two Cities: The Case for Glasgow