72 Hours in Sydney: Solo Female Trip

Today another guest post, this time from Marie:

No matter if you’re a seasoned solo traveler or a total beginner, Sydney is a great destination that is safe, full of amazing people and fun things you can do alone. However, if you only have 3 days to spend in this cosmopolitan city, it might get a bit hard to get organized. But don’t fret! This little guide will help any solo lady traveler have a perfect 72 hours in Sydney. Continue reading “72 Hours in Sydney: Solo Female Trip”

Q&A with Cátia

Today I’m introducing a new type of post for this blog. It’s my intention to regularly do a small Q&A session with some ordinary yet interesting people I come across in the virtual (or “real”) world. In this post I asked Cátia from the blog Apulgarita a couple of questions.

•••Can you give us a small introduction ?•••

Hi! My name is Cátia, and I am a proud Portuguese from Lisbon, our capital! I am a PhD student in Bio-engineering at both the University of Lisbon and just came back from a one year research stay at the Institute for Data, Systems and Society at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Continue reading “Q&A with Cátia”

USA: hidden gems you can’t miss, according to travel bloggers

When most people think about traveling to the USA, often cities and places like New York City, L.A., the Grand Canyon etc. come to mind. But what other places are worth visiting according to locals? I’ve asked five of my fellow bloggers to write a short piece on a hidden gem in the state they are living: Hocking Hills Ohio, Tampa Florida, Floyd Virginia, Kalamazoo Michigan, Baton Rouge Louisiana and Charlotte North Carolina.  Continue reading “USA: hidden gems you can’t miss, according to travel bloggers”

How to Get Over a Bad Experience While Traveling

Hi Everyone! My name is Winta from Wandering Outside the Box. I’m thrilled to have a chance to collaborate with Emma, she’s adorable and I love that our blog contents syncs so well. As Emma is experienced with Europe, my heart and home lies in Asia. I’m Vietnamese, born in the Philippines, but I love Asia for its many tropical destinations and cuisines. I currently reside in the US, but have traveled around! Continue reading “How to Get Over a Bad Experience While Traveling”

A Gothic Masterpiece: Heavenly Light, Hellish Queues

Today I have another guest post for you! But before we get to that I’d like to thank you all, because Curlygirlabroad achieved more than 1000 followers!!! So thank you and enjoy this post about Sevilla:

Hi guys! My name is Lane Beck. I am an American travel blogger, Europhile, foodie, amateur photographer, recent vegetarian and ancient history enthusiast from sunny San Diego, CA. I spent most of my childhood living in Europe, go back as often as possible, and am planning my expat move. I also have a strange obsession with maps. I’m hoping the cure is more travel. Continue reading “A Gothic Masterpiece: Heavenly Light, Hellish Queues”

Travel Inspiration found among my favorite travel bloggers.

This post is meant to give you (and me) some travel inspiration for the coming year(s). Honestly on my list are too many things and I just keep adding places. That and the fact that I have major difficulties with making choices makes me constantly wonder where to travel next. Secondly I also like to share a few blogs I really enjoy reading/following, hoping I can convince you to do the same! For the moment I am going to share five great bloggers with you, perhaps I do a second round in a few weeks. Continue reading “Travel Inspiration found among my favorite travel bloggers.”

London’s Best Weekend Markets

Hey everyone! I just got back from my holiday, and got some catching up to do. This weekend I have another guest post for you. My guest is Jasmine, who has a blog about living and renting in London. (check it out here: http://zaparoomblog.com/). Thank you Jasmine for this post!

London is an amazing place to visit both thanks to its history, its culture and its shopping. If you’re visiting London for a long weekend you must check out some of the brilliant market that’s scattered around town. Here we’ve listed Zaparoom’s favourite 5 markets.

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Green-spirited travel tips for nature-loving souls

Another guest post today! This time written by Zara from highstylelife:

Going on a trip involves a lot of excitement and positive anticipation, but if you’re proud to call yourself a green soul or an environmentalist, don’t forget to take the necessary steps in regards to your travels as well. For a true planet warrior, introducing more green-spirited action into different aspects of life will only add to the feeling of joy and happiness. So, let’s see what you can do to minimize your carbon footprint and the negative impact that travelling may have on the environment. All without sacrificing your fun, of course. Continue reading “Green-spirited travel tips for nature-loving souls”

5 Most Underrated Cities in Europe for Backpackers

Hey everyone! Today I have another great guest post for you! This time it’s from Life is a camino. Enjoy 😉

London. Paris. Rome. Everyone knows the big cities in Europe are amazing and full of incredible history, food, nightlife, and more food (I repeated myself because I’m a big proponent of traveling with my stomach). But there’s more to Europe than the big capital cities. I spent almost three years traveling all over the continent and found more than a few hidden gems. If you’re looking for inspiration on where to go for your next big trip, you should think about fitting one of these beautiful, underrated cities in Europe onto your itinerary. Bon Voyage! Continue reading “5 Most Underrated Cities in Europe for Backpackers”