Solo Tripping in Scandinavia- Copenhagen

Shortly after I returned from Europe, I was asked how is it that I feel comfortable traveling alone. The truth of the matter is although I may arrive alone, my trip is rarely spent by  my lonesome. However, I do enjoy my company very much which makes solo trips all the more enjoyable. If you wait…

A reunion three years in the making…

  In 2013, I returned from serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Lanchkhuti, Georgia. It was definitely an experience full of smiles, laughter, and tears. Living in Georgia was a challenging yet rewarding period in my life. I knew when I left in 2013, that I would come back one day to see the people…

Fear of France

One of my favorite quotes is “I haven’t been everywhere but it’s on my list.” France was NOT on my list. For many people, Paris is the Holy Grail. Countless movies have been made about France or take place in Paris which only increases its allure. Almost daily I see someone post a picture in…

48 hours in Zurich

Descending into Zurich, the snow capped mountains are the first things you see. As you deplane, the frigid air immediately hits you in the face. Riding the tram into the city, hearing people speaking German or English. Watching people going to and from. I can’t help but wonder what it’s like to live in Switzerland….