The 388 Mile Haul to Madrid

Did you know that Barcelona is famous for their pick-pocketers? Yeah. Neither did I. Until my wallet, along with my passport, got stolen from me while I was there. Now I know what you're thinking: "Cindy, why did you have your passport on you while in the city? Why didn't you leave it at the... Continue Reading →

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Friendly Strangers

It seems like no matter where I go, there always seems to be Texans everywhere. Americans I assumed to be everywhere, but Texans? I thought that would be a rarity to come across in Europe. Yet I have met them. In the strangest of places as well. I met a couple from Texas in London.... Continue Reading →

Non-touristy Santorini?

Emily and I went to Santorini for a day, and while we were there we were amazed at the reduced amount of tourists. Now don't get me wrong, there were still quite a few people around, but not as many as I read about through other articles. Turns out, we went a¬†week before¬†tourist season. Lucky?... Continue Reading →

The Universal Language of Graffiti

No matter what part of the world you go to, there is always some form of graffiti. From political pieces to some random, fun piece of art. In a crazy way, it makes me feel happy knowing that no matter where you are, graffiti plays an important part in each city and community.

Clean Slate

It has been the longest winter of my life. Constant snow. Constant cloudiness. Constant rain. Gloomy. This constant state of gloominess seeps into my bones. My body becomes cold and I no longer have motivation to get out of bed. I hate being alone. But now. The first inklings of spring have come. The sun... Continue Reading →

Athens, Greece

If you live in Spain, you know you have to leave during Semana Santa if you don't want to be run over by crowds. Emily and I headed to Athens, Greece. Here are my top five favorite memories from Athens.

Living Cheaply in Krakow

What does one do when their highschool friend texts them saying they will be in Krakow, Poland??? You book a ticket to go visit him. Of course that is the most reasonably sane thing one can do. From the history to the food to the architecture of Krakow, the small city took me by wind.

La Vie En Rose

My first trip to Paris was not what I expected, so I decided to throw all expectations I had out the window. This decision led me through a week full of new perspectives on already visited sites, new friends, and a whole lot of soaking up the environment.

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