How to See Edinburgh, Scotland for Less Than $100

Last Fall I had the wonderful opportunity to study abroad in Bradford, England.

While I was there, I was able to explore many places in the UK.  Although I loved Bradford, Edinburgh caught my eye and became my favorite destination.  Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is the seventh most populous city in the UK and it attracts over one million visitors a year. It is the birthplace of many attractions that tell the story of how Scotland began. JK Rowling, the famous author of the Harry Potter novels, actually wrote her first novel in a café located in Edinburgh. If you’re an avid reader like I am, you know how exciting it is to see a place where such great inspiration was born. Read More

Top 8 Sites to See in London This Summer

Still looking for summer travel plans? Head on over abroad for a summer in Europe! It seems that everyone wants to experience living abroad for a while, so why not go for the summer? Get some friends, your family, or if you’re brave enough, take on the adventure solo! I’ve compiled a list of my 8 favorite places in London. So if you decide to experience the city for yourself, I would recommend paying some or all of these places a visit; they certainly made my experience unforgettable. Read More

Must-see Attractions in New York City in the Summer

Wow, can you believe it’s almost August? This summer is going faster than I expected it to! To all my fellow adventure-seekers out there, I hope your summer has been filled with many travels and fun memories. For those of you who are still searching for a fun last-minute travel destination, I have the perfect one for you: my second favorite place in the world (London being the first), the “City That Never Sleeps”… New York. Yes, the wonderful New York City—full of lights, tourists, yellow taxis, and food. My best friend moved to New York a year ago, so I’ve been using him as a perfect excuse to travel and see one of the greatest cities in the United States. Read More

5 Things to Do in and around Cancun in the Summer

Cancun, MexicoSummer is officially here, and the heat outside can prove it! At least that’s the case in Texas, where the days are as hot as ever. Now that you are out of school, how about you take a trip to the beach? One of the best places I’ve ever been to is the one and only Cancun. Located in southeast Mexico on the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is one of the most popular travel destinations in all of Mexico. It is set on the Caribbean Sea, north of the Riviera Maya, where the water is the clearest and bluest it can be. Read More

Your Guide To Backpacking In Europe

Hello Summer! I hope you all are excited for Summer as much as I am. All those finals had me stressing like no other! Time for rest, no worries, and much traveling. If you like adventure like me, what better way then to go to Europe. Better yet, backpacking.

Here are 5 tips to get you started on your trip. Read More

The 7 Can’t Miss Attractions in Canada

Canada is the world’s second largest county by total area including water, and has the longest land border to the United States. It consists of a total of 10 provinces and 3 territories, extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. From Toronto to Vancouver, Montreal to Quebec, some sights are jaw dropping making you want to stay forever in the cold weather. Here are some sights that are definitely worth seeing: Read More

The Top 5 Summer Music Festivals In The US

The best time of the year is almost here, say hello to Summer! For ultimate music fanatics like myself that means only one thing:

Music Festivals!

Yes, this summer is full of festivals, concerts, and new music all around the world. Want to find out which ones are occurring in the US? Here’s a short list of some of the most famous and adventurous ones. Read More

The Wonders of Panama

For my last two years of high school and first two years at university, I had the opportunity to travel to Panama City, Panama. I went to teach students from all over the world how to be strong debate leaders and successful students. It was a great experience that taught me how to be a responsible student and made me want to continue my field in Education. While visiting Panama, I fell in love with the scenery. It has beautiful beaches, skyscraper buildings, history on every corner, and wonderful street art. While being there, I found some places I HAD to return to that have now become my go-to places. Read More