I was pretty excited to learn that there was a Dale Chihuly collection in the Tampa Bay area. I have always enjoyed his glass work. I first saw it when Mohegan Sun Casino opened in my state. His statue there was breathtaking!
So, as you can probably tell by the complete lack of recent posts, I’m still finding it extremely challenging to be creative. But, last weekend I ventured outside of Warsaw for the weekend, and was so inspired. Continue reading “City of Dwarfs, Poland”
Recently, at school, we got to the place in the calendar that everyone had been looking forward to for months. Winter Break. Not to be confused with the Christmas holiday break, winter break is thrown in the middle of February because, you know what? There’s a long time between Christmas and Easter. And a two week holiday is just what every teacher (and student) needs. Continue reading “Train Hostel, Netherlands”
For the better part of the last seven years, I have been living abroad. Either living and working in a specific place, or traveling around, exploring as much as I can in the time that I have. Over that time, I have been asked countless times why I choose to travel. And after many times answering that I wanted to see the world and meet people around the world… I started to actually think about why I decided to travel. And, I think, it boils down to three experiences I’ve had. So I thought I’d write about it. Continue reading “Why Travel?”
Since the moment I saw a picture of Plitvice for the first time, it had sat on the top of my place to go wishlist. I had a brief pinterest account which had exactly one board ‘travel wishlist’ with exactly one pinned photo ‘Plitvice National Park.’ My first trip to Croatia I was seriously running low on funds while there and couldn’t make it out to Plitvice. So, when my cousins and I were putting together an itinerary for our trip, my first and pretty much only ‘must visit’ was to go see some lakes and waterfalls. Continue reading “Plitvice National Park, Croatia”