My Travel Map

I know that it’s a little bit of a cliche to say that I love travelling, but I really do. It makes me happier to be able to look forward to something as fun as travelling.

I try to stay away from the tourist crowds as much as possible, hang out with the locals and get lost in the small alleys away from the main roads. Doing something new fills me with enjoyment and a special kind of excitement that is hard to achieve otherwise. It’s without doubt my most expensive and rewarding interest.

I always try to have another trip planned out, but it’s not always possible financially and practically.


  • Brno, Czech Republic (May 2016)
  • Barcelona, Spain (Autumn 2016)




  • Bulgaria (Sofia)
  • Czech Republic (Prague)
  • France (Paris)
  • Germany (Dusseldorf & Frankfurt)
  • Greece (Athens & Corfu)
  • Hungary (Budapest)
  • Ireland (Cork)
  • Italy (Rome)
  • Netherlands (Amsterdam)
  • Poland (Warsaw & Krakow)
  • Spain (Barcelona, Madrid, La Linea & Magaluf)
  • Switzerland (Zurich)
  • Turkey (Istanbul)
  • United Kingdom (London, Brighton, Cambridge, Oxford)


  • Indonesia (Kuta, Ubud, Gili T & Uluwatu
  • Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Cherating & Perhentian Besar)
  • Singapore (Singapore)
  • Thailand (Bangkok, Krabi, Phuket, Phi-Phi Island & Pattaya)


  • Egypt (Hurghada)
  • Morocco (Marrakech)
  • Tanzania (Dar es-Salaam & Zanzibar

South Pacific:

  • Australia (Surfers Paradise, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Gympie, Lower Wonga, Inskip/Rainbow Beach, Noosa, Maloolabal, Byron Bay, Sydney & Melbourne)
  • Fiji (Nadi, South Sea Island & Barefoot Kuata Island)



  • Australia (Brisbane & Lower Wonga in QLD)
  • Sweden (Västerås, Sigtuna & Stockholm)
  • United Kingdom (London)


  1. Jesse
    January 31, 2015 / 6:52 pm

    Its hard to find good help…

  2. July 26, 2014 / 3:34 am

    Your travel list is amazing! I’m hoping I will have one as extensive as that one day.

    As a college student preparing for my first semester abroad (to Europe ever!), what is your advice? I have my itinerary up on my blog if you want to see the full list of places I’m hitting!

    Awesome blog, I’ve been searching for travel blogs nonstop!

    Sav @ Staying Right

    • July 27, 2014 / 10:14 pm

      Thank you! 🙂 Oh, don’t worry! I’m sure that your travel list will be really good soon! One of the best things with Europe is that everything is so close and it’s insanely cheap (compared to US) to travel between countries. It seems like you have a really good itinerary! I’m a little jealous of you, since I don’t have any proper holidays planed. Australia is like a big adventure, but it’s not the same thing as getting on a flight to somewhere new. My best advice is to see and do as much as possible. Take up a extra job if you need to and travel as much as possible. Always keep an eye one the different websites like ryanair/easyjet/groupon/etc in case there’s a really good offer. How long are you studying in the UK?