Things I have learned while traveling

Traveling has taught me a few things. This blog will be ever changing as my travels continue. 1) More Americans need to travel 2) Anyone who had a relationship when they started traveling probably doesn’t have one now 3) Girls are horrendous humans to be in a dorm with in terms of cleanliness 4) Sleep¬†whenever…

Working in Dubrovnik!

Due to Schengen visa requirements, I have been killing time in the non Schengen countries starting with Croatia. After my travel buddy left me for Spain, I decided to stay a few extra nights in Dubrovnik. I switched from a hostel in Old Town to a hostel just outside of town called Hostel Dubrovnik Sunset….

A little wine date in Croatia

One of the things I love about traveling, is discovering various wines that I would never have had access to in the states. The wine region of Croatia is very small and thus, the wine is not exported. Obviously, I had to take myself for a little tasting and see what this wine was all…

I would walk 500 miles (or 2 Kilometers)

Today was the day to explore the city walls of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is listed as one of the top 10 walled cities to visit in the world. It was 100 Kuna ($17.90 USD) and a 2 kilometer walk with 1,080 stairs on a very hot day. The views of the old town and the surrounding…

My adventures in Croatia (with a quick stop in Bosnia)

After 6 weeks of working in Rome, it was time to move on and become a backpacker again, and it was time to head to Croatia. A friend of mine and I decided that we would start in Split and then head to Dubrovnik. I must admit, we booked this trip without really knowing anything…

The Vatican

Vatican City. The Vatican. The Sistine Chapel.¬†The amount of history and amazing art stored away in this little city is absolutely insane! I went a bit crazy with the pictures, but it has been a while since I was in a museum on this trip and we all know how much I love my art!…