1. Everybody, including students, reads the newspaper. Everyone is involved in politics - not just political science majors. People know what is happening in the country, in the EU and internationally. It would be common to go to a bar and get into a debate with someone about a political issue. Politics and intellect are welcomed... Continue Reading →
As soon as I return home from a trip the inevitable travel bug scratches its itchy claws at me to book that next adventure. I can’t sit still. I spend hours reading guidebooks and scrolling through Pinterest for inspiration. Despite not being over the jet lag from my past adventure or even having unpacked my bags,... Continue Reading →
After living in Lyon, France for four months it was time for me to head back to Canada. My family was under the impression that I would be coming home after the New Year, I had told them that I wanted to spend New Years Eve in Europe so I wouldn't be making it home... Continue Reading →
Over the past few months I've gathered songs and compiled a playlist that I love to listen to when travelling. Wether it's on a plane, train, bus, metro, tram, whatever - these songs always make me feel happy and inspired. I hope you like them as much as I do and enjoy your travels!! You can... Continue Reading →
So you have a long layover and don’t or can’t get accommodation for the night. You are therefore forced to spend your night sleeping on the floor of an airport. For some of us, the idea of this sounds fun, adventurous and convenient. You get to save on accommodation for the night, there are bathrooms,... Continue Reading →
The first two weeks in a new place are the most difficult, especially when you’ve moved halfway across the world to a country where they speak a language that is not your first and have widely different customs and cultures that aren’t similar to your own. I’ve written a few blog post about how to... Continue Reading →
I've already accidentally left my nice Bose headphones on the metro, cried on a bench beside a stranger waiting for the bus to the airport and eaten a bag of kinder chocolate. And it's only 8am. Let the adventures begin. Off to Vienna, Austria!
I’ve never been good at keeping my mouth closed and saying things I shouldn’t, so here it is, one of the most outrageous and entertaining days of my life without sparing any details or dignity. I am going to channel my inner Jenny Mollen and I hope you enjoy. 3:17 AM. After a drunken night... Continue Reading →