6 Best Restaurants and Bars in Toronto 2017

Having lived in Toronto from 2010-2015 and visiting frequently since, I have seen its increase in popularity as one of the hottest up and coming cities in North America for tourists, and especially young people, to visit and even to relocate. As the city has increased in popularity, its food and drink scene has also spiked, Read More …

A Female Traveler’s Guide to Having a Positive Couchsurfing Experience

One big reason I’ve been able to travel so much as a broke college student is because of Couchsurfing. It has kept my travel costs low by reducing my accommodation costs to nothing. It has also been a great way for me to meet new people and make new friends from all over the world, many of Read More …

Our Favorite Resources for Cheap Student Travel

Travel is one of the most enriching and rewarding experiences for a student. It is oftentimes the best form of education as it equips the student with knowledge and experiences that are not taught in lecture halls and classrooms. It opens up students’ minds to different cultures and people and broadens their awareness and knowledge Read More …

How I Traveled to NYC for a Weekend with $20 USD

This is perhaps one of our most highly requested posts yet. I had mentioned in an earlier post that I would frequently travel to New York City (NYC) from Boston with $20 USD or less, including all transportation, accommodation, and food, and received an influx of messages asking how it is possible to spend so Read More …

Guide to Taking a Day Trip to Virgin Gorda (BVI) From St. Thomas (USVI)

On our trip to the Virgin Islands this past December, we decided to stay in the Red Hook area of St. Thomas. Red Hook is one of the most popular marinas on the island, so there were plenty of ships leaving from the port at Red Hook to go to other islands. There are numerous Read More …

24 Hours in Krakow

After my stops in Budapest and Vienna, the third stop on my five-countries-in-five-days trip was Krakow, Poland. We arrived at the Krakow train station at around 8 AM after an overnight train ride. First, we exchanged some of our euros for Polish currency, the Zloty. I would highly recommend doing this, as most of the Eastern Read More …

An Open Letter to My Non-American Travelers

Dear Non-American Traveler: Surely, by now you’ve heard about America’s pick for the 45th president of the United States of America. Maybe you laughed, maybe you cried, maybe you marched in protest. But before you lash out at me on the train or laugh mockingly in my face at the pub for electing such an Read More …

Traipsing Through Turks and Caicos Islands

The British territory of Turks and Caicos Islands are made up of the Turks Islands and the Caicos Islands. There are close to 300 islands that comprise the country, but only eight of these are inhabited. Six of these belong to the Caicos Islands, and only two belong to the Turks Islands. On the two inhabited Turks islands, there is a Read More …

Exploring Klaksvik and the Northern Islands

We arrived in Klaksvik on the second day (first for me due to my flight delay) of our Faroe Islands adventure. Klaksvik is the second-largest city in the Faroe Islands located on the island Borðoy, but keep in mind that all 18 islands of the Faroe Islands have less than 50,000 people, so the second largest city is Read More …