4 things I learned from attending my first Premier League football game in London.
When people first think of Munich, many think of the world famous Oktoberfest, lederhosen, and beer... and I'm not going to lie, before heading there I had the same preconceptions too. However, after spending a week in the area, I've come to realize there's more to Bavaria than just beer, beer, and well, more beer,… Continue reading The many beers of Bavaria
It all started with a 1997 episode of Lonely Planet (or GlobeTrotter depending of who you ask) where Justine Shapiro made her way through Southern Italy, ending up in a small town known as Alberobello. The unique huts made of stone with cone-shaped roofs that scatter the town's skyline left an impression on me and I… Continue reading Trulli living in Alberobello, Italy
It was three weeks out before our return trip to Europe and we still had no plans outside of visiting our beloved Paris, and spending a day in Champagne. At this point, we had planned a trip based on a cheap flight we scored direct to Paris and we had 10 days for our adventure.… Continue reading Split, Croatia
Paris is always a good idea. It's a magical city that has something for everyone. If you like art, may I direct you to the Louvre or Musée d'Orsay? If you're a foodie, need I remind you that France is the home of Escargots de Bourgogne, the crossiant, and the crêpe. If you're a history buff, well... I don't… Continue reading Paris
It's 6 a.m. and I'm on vacation. As I wander around my hotel room half asleep, rushing to get ready, I curse at myself for waking up so early, but it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make. It's all so I can get the early, and slightly cheaper, train to Reims. From Gare de Paris-Est,… Continue reading A Day in Champagne
It's been a long few days. I've just turned 30 and since then, everything has been going downhill. I got sprayed with toilet water, I arrived to Italy without luggage, I can't find decent clothes in Rome that fit me, and now I had to go through Naples - the armpit of Italy (in my… Continue reading Sorrento & Amalfi Coast, Italy
Up ahead are white dusted tipped mountains, down below are valleys, and I'm somewhere in the middle, driving along twisty mountain roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although I've never been in this part of the world before, I find it strangely familiar. It's as if all of the cities and all of the countries I've… Continue reading A day in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina