It’s week (year?) nine of quarantine, and many European countries are beginning to ease their lockdown restrictions. Shops and hairdressers are starting to open, even schools in some areas. Although there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, the road ahead is a windy one, littered with potholes and spontaneous road work. I’ve spent the last two months quarantining at my Belgian boyfriend’s apartment … Continue reading What it’s like quarantining with your boyfriend in another country
It’s easy to see why Lonely Planet named Sevilla its top city to visit in 2018.
Trains are better than planes, the end.
Traveling for Christmas may seem glamorous, but what matters most is not where you are, but who you spend it with.
My family’s holiday tradition is very non-traditional. In the past several years, we’ve traded wrapping presents for packing suitcases. Last year we were in Sydney; the year before that, Singapore; the year before that, Munich. I’ve also spent Christmas in Paris, Rio de Janeiro and Patagonia through the years. My dad’s job has taken us around the world; now my parents have landed in Singapore. This Christmas, we met … Continue reading Photoblog: Prancing around Prague