5 Effortlessly Photogenic Places

I’ll just start off by saying that I’m not a professional photographer nor have I ever taken a professional photography class (although I definitely plan to) so take my list of photogenic places with a grain of salt. Having worked as a travel writer and blogger over the past three years, I’ve had the fun

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Finding Lucky Signs in Ireland

My third time in Ireland definitely proved to be my lucky charm. I was able to experience the Irish countryside while still enjoying city life in Dublin. Although nearly five years have passed since my first visit, many of my initial observations have remained true. Here are a few of my favorite things about my

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Norway is My Neverland

My obsession with Disney is probably old news to many of you but my favorite book is actually Peter Pan by Sir James M. Barrie. While the book is much darker and allegorical than the whimsical cartoon portrayal, both revolve around a beautiful paradise called Neverland. After a few days into my fjord trip, I

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The Mighty Fjords in Photos

It’s hard to describe in words just how inspired I felt during my recent trip to Norway. Surrounded by varying landscapes in every direction, clear air and refreshing sounds of nature, my mind and body fell effortlessly into a bohemian balace as I made my way along the Norwegian fjords. Here are a few photo

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Day Tripping to Grenoble

One of the many perks about traveling in Europe is the accessibility of trains. After a few blissful days in Paris, my boyfriend and I decided to take a short and sweet detour to Grenoble. The southeastern French city is as picturesque as a postcard. Reminding me of South American landscape, seeing the mountains peeking

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Faces of Colombia

During the three weeks I spent living the travel writing life, I discovered first-hand how positively locals go about their day to day activities. I’ve compiled a series of photographs taken in Bogota and in neighboring towns and indigenous villages. These images best represent the local way of life that I experienced in Colombia. Owner of a

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The Bohemian Side of Bogota

While Bogota is a huge city with endless things to see and do, it’s the neighboring towns that make the list for bohemian traveler worthy destinations. La Candelaria Most travelers passing through Bogota stay in the historic downtown district of La Candelaria. Partly due to a surplus of affordable hostels located here, it’s also the

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Highlights from Lillehammer

Lillehammer holds a special place in my childhood memories. Growing up, my older sister was a competitive figure skater and since my main goal in life was to be just like her, we spent hours in front of the television watching the 1994 Winter Olympics held in Lillehammer. As a result, Oksana Baiul quickly became my

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Swedish Artist Martina Molin

After featuring Annika Connor a few weeks ago and learning about how travel has served as an inspiration in many of her paintings I decided to feature a different artist every week. Annika is to thank for our artist this week, Martina Molin, who also hails from Stockholm, Sweden. The two were recently reunited in

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