This post is sponsored by Jiffy Lube because they’re committed to helping drivers prepare for the road ahead so they can Leave Worry Behind® this back to school season. However, all opinions and ideas are 100% my own and I’m committed to only bringing y’all posts that I truly believe in. As a college student […]
So as some of you may already know, I recently got the opportunity to travel to Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico for a study abroad trip. It was an amazing trip that changed my life. Story posts, tip posts, and location posts are soon to come, but I thought I would share with you all […]
I never knew I wanted to go to Iceland until I got there. When I planned my amazing trip to backpack Europe after my senior year of high school, Iceland wasn’t even on my radar. I ended up there basically because of cheap flights, and the rest is history. I fell in love with the […]
One of my biggest problems when backpacking Europe was how heavy my bag was. It was all because I totally overpack on my clothes! This was something I could have easily fixed, if I had known these tricks beforehand.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Day 1 Sister and I arrived at the airport in Barcelona around 8pm. (How did we get here? If you’re new to My Travel Diary, go to the beginning here: The First Leg) After reclaiming our bags, we spoke with the lady at a tourist kiosk about the best way […]
Day 1 Sister and I arrived in Venice around 9:30pm; it was already dark. We knew our hotel was definitely not within walking distance of the train station, and since Venice is a collection of islands, there was no subway. We had thought we would take a cab. Outside the train station, we found a […]
The train station in Como sat on top of a hill overlooking the town (featuring a stunning sunset), which was good because there was absolutely nothing to see inside the station. It was the smallest station we had been in; there was one cafe, no wifi, and we didn’t see a place to check bags. […]