My 4 month excursion through Europe has sadly come to an end and after a 6 week hiatus from my blog, it is time to get back to writing! Moving forward, be on the lookout for weekly posts about more shenanigans from my trip, what I’m getting into this summer, and what I have cookin’ … More Gettin’ back to business
What do you do when a stranger is not familiar with or understanding of social context cues? My patience has worn thin with men who ignore the cues and cross the line.
As I surpass the halfway point of my trip, I decided to write a reflection piece on Forever En Route. In this piece, I highlight a few of the challenges I’ve faced, insight on other solo female travelers I’ve met, and a handful of life takeaways I’ve learned through traveling. To read more, wander on over … More Reflection Time
Another glorious week in the books at my Workaway, and that goes without saying, I continued my exploration of Southern Spain. This time, I headed for an overnight stay in Seville! Here’s how I made the most of spending one full day in Seville!
During my overnight trip to Seville last week and I found myself in an unfavorable predicament.
I apologize for how long it’s taken me to write about some of the cities I’ve been too. Traveling to 3 new cities back to back within 2 weeks & jotting notes down to blog about later presents it’s difficulties! Nevertheless, no excuses. I want to share with you the main highlights of my trip to Copenhagen. I … More Don’t worry, I didn’t forget you Copenhagen!
My first week at my second Workaway stay has quickly coming to a close. Wednesday & Thursday were my first days off so I decided to do some exploring!
Up until I set off for my second Workaway, I thought I had it down pact when it came to public transportation. I made my way through Denmark, Amsterdam and Madrid with little to no issues. So why would traveling down to Southern Spain be any different? Well, a lot. That’s the answer I discovered the hard way.
You realize a lot about yourself when traveling solo. How you act in certain situations or react to challenges provides incredible insight to your true self. One insight I gained this past week about myself is that I’m hesitant to ask questions.
After bouncing around from Copenhagen to Amsterdam to Madrid, I am finally settling in at my second Workaway volunteer stay in Conil de la Frontera, Spain!