You’re dreaming about your upcoming adventure and all fun experiences planned. You’ve found awesome cheap flights or grabbed an Interrail pass. The only thing left to do? Find somewhere to stay!
Hostels are a great way to visit new countries and cities. They are most often the cheapest form of accommodation and you’ll meet people from around the world. If you’re a solo traveller or backpacker (See my post all about why you should travel solo!), they are especially awesome.
Visiting family in Austin for 2 months this summer has been so great for really experiencing all the Texas capital has to offer. What really stands out is how easy it is to be active and make healthy choices here.
Ok, so of course Austin, like the rest of the US, has a tonne of fast food restaurants and unhealthy habits. However, it also has so much to offer that should be celebrated!
Austin Texas is such a young and vegan-friendly city! Here’s a guide to some great places to find vegan food in Austin for anyone heading to the great Texas capitol!
Do you have those places you’ve travelled to that you find yourself daydreaming about, wishing you were back there? For me, that place is Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark. Northern Europe is well known for being quite expensive, but there are lots of ways you can save money and still have a fabulous trip.
Earlier this month I headed up north with my mum and sister to Newcastle Upon Tyne, a university city in the northeast of England. We were staying with my brother and his wife, who’ve lived there for a few years now, and I can see why they love this little gem of a city!