Bucharest: a city of contrast

I arrived in Bucharest after a really wonderful week in the little Romanian city of Braşov. Now, I was blown away with Braşov, in fact I was nicely surprised with Romania as a whole. I loved the sweet little towns and mountainous landscapes, but when I hopped off the train in Bucharest and stood on... Continue Reading →

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I’m in love with Braşov, Romania

I spent two days on a bus, travelling from Italy to Romania. It's fair to say that it was quite the experience. I left Naples, Italy on Wednesday morning and arrived in Braşov, Romania on Friday evening. My 48 hour journey is another story...but, for now I'ma tell you all about beautiful Braşov 😀 Now,... Continue Reading →

Discovering Cinque Terre

Another dream destination ticked off the list! 😁 WARNING: this blog is a bit of a long'n....soz, m8s 🙊 A part of the Italian Riviera, Cinque Terre (pronounced chin-kweh teh-reh), meaning five lands, was an absolute highlight of my European adventure. I spent the last week of February exploring this stunning, rugged coast. I could not... Continue Reading →

Snow day in Pompeii

On the train ride to Pompeii, it started snowing. I literally giggled with excitement. How lucky can one be? Experiencing snow in Pompeii. Pompeii, people! It just does not snow there and the day I decided  to visit, it bloody snows! BEST.DAY.EVER. Pompeii was a thriving city, destroyed in 79AD when Mount Vesuvius erupted (ironically,... Continue Reading →

The world below Naples

Naples. Napoli. Neapolis.....new city. The city of Naples is a lively one. Bustling with people night and day, even in the winter. I have always wanted to visit this southern Italian city because I thought I knew quite a bit about it. Ya know stuff like.....oldest city in the world, 3rd largest city in Italy... Continue Reading →

Milano! Milano!

Throughout my travels, I heard so many different opinions, from fellow travellers, on Milan....and so, it seems you either love it or hate it. I was shocked to hear of people saying they really didn't like Milan that much. I seriously didn't know what I was going to think....I started to worry that maybe Milan... Continue Reading →

Parlez vous français?

Un petit peu. ("A little bit" for all you non-French speakers haha). Haha well, I arrived in France with the absolute basic French and 2 months later left with a much better understanding. I understand the pronunciation much more now....especially after helping a 6 year old with her homework. I can't have a conversation fully... Continue Reading →

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