Dublin, a famous international city that feels as comfortable and familiar as your own home town. Whether it’s the welcoming spirit of the native Irish or the welcoming spirits found in pubs, you’ll feel embraced and entranced by Dublin.
Internships. Something that goes hand in hand with becoming an adult and entering the “business world”.
By the time I was ready for an internship, I had already fallen in love with traveling. And since summer was the only time I had to complete an internship, I decided to intern abroad!
On a white sandy beach of Hawaii… or not? More of a mountain person?
Oahu’s got you on both fronts. But for those mountain people who want a relatively short but grueling hike with a big payoff at the end (and a bit of history thrown in for fun), the Koko Head Crater Trail is for you!
Kilts! Lake Monsters! Whiskey! Tall rugged men with swords – looking at you Jaime Fraser! Scotland is famous for such things, but what should they really be known for?
Let them eat cake!
Whether or not you picture Marie Antionette tossing cake down at an angry mob of peasants (she didn’t), Versailles has long been a town of discussion and change. With so much to see and do, visiting Versailles and its famous palace can be a bit daunting. Luckily, I found a tour group that would let me bike through it!
“They may take away our lives, but they’ll never take away our freedom!”
If the inspiring words of William Wallace ring in your ear, or perhaps the phrase “Sassenach,” is whispered by a young Jaime Fraser instead, you should take to the hills – or, the Highlands!
Seoul is a place where South Korea’s rich past fuses together with modern advancements, producing a city where nearly 10 million people live, work, and create. Here are a few suggestions on what to do when you visit this distinguished metropolis.