Do I really have to try and sell a visit to a castle built on an extinct volcano? Nuff said.
Travel Scout Update: A less travel-y post. Today I mull over accomplishment and visions!
Sometimes things don't go as planned. Reminisce with me about a time where I paid $90 to get abused in a geothermal hell!
Trains, buses and my own two feet here in Europe has changed the way I feel about transportation. Cars are simply a luxury and should be taken advantage of when you have the chance. A trip to Spa and Dinant were the perfect excuse to rent a car! There are buses and train routes that … Continue reading Road Trip to Francorchamp and Dinant – Belgium
Travel food is tricky. Often a traveler must choose between cooking in unfamiliar accommodations or eating out which can add up. From a budget perspective food cost is the second largest money consuming part of travel, right behind transportation. Unless dumpster diving is your thing – to each their own – paying for food is … Continue reading 6 Ways To Save Money On Travel Food
Bruges, a beautiful escape from the hustle and bustle of Brussels. If I had a repeat button, I would have liked to stay in Bruges and skipped the crowded noisy city altogether. Brussels has its charm. Much resembling New York, the capital city is a melting pot of culture and history. People have been wondering … Continue reading 7 Ways to Spend A Day in Bruges
Leaving Split was difficult. History hung at every door and I was just getting used to the labyrinth of the ancient Varos district. The sun was hot but, it cooled down at night so the windows could be kept open. The air was fresh and salty. Fishy at times, duh Split was right on the Adriatic. … Continue reading Friday Thoughts and A Very Long Train Ride