In the meantime, I wanted to share our itinerary so you can see how long we’ll be staying in each location and how we plan on getting around. This is a great example of how you can plan the important details ahead of time, but still leave lots of open time to be spontaneous while you’re there.
Planning a backpacking trip can be a big undertaking, and I think the hardest part is knowing where to start. As I’m currently planning my next trip to Europe, I wanted to share some pointers that helped me along the way.
I’ve finally recovered enough from Mardi Gras to post an update! Four straight days of drinking too much, eating way too much, and sleeping too little warrant an extra day of recovery in my book.
Here are some thoughts and tips from this year’s trip:
Hello family, friends, and strangers who will hopefully soon become friends! Thanks for checking out my new blog, Living the Vacation Life. I’d like to start by answering a few questions I know you’re dying to hear the answers to:
Why am I starting a travel blog?
There are two things I’ve always loved – traveling and writing. So it finally occurred to me, why not put my expensive journalism degree to use and write about my travel experiences? I should have started a blog back when I first began traveling, but better late than never, right?