Continent-hopping by way of Tarifa... "Can we come this close to Africa and not at least have a look?" The answer, of course, is no. So we dipped our toes into Morocco and promised to return for a full plunge.
And that's a wrap pals! 💃Had such an amazing time on my trip. I recommend solo travel to anyone. I feel so relaxed and learnt so much about the countries I was in and myself. One of the main things was the importance of not wishing your life away. We tend to always be looking forward to the next holiday, event or occasion. What I've took from this is the importance of enjoying the present and stepping out of your comfort zone. Sitting in a random forest or mountain on my bill and just really enjoying the experience and my own company. Not worrying about work or anything else. Making friends with people from all over the world and taking risks. I'm actually excited to come home! #girlswholegit#girlswhotravel#interaill#europeantravel
Exploring Bratislava's old town today but unfortunately we're both loaded with the cold. Going to have dinner early tonight and then head back to our hotel for a swim, sauna and massage before heading to Budapest tomorrow 🏊🏼🏊🏻♀️
Something I didn't know about Tirana is that it's full of brightly painted buildings. The former mayor painted them in a campaign to take the city back through art. It looks like it worked :). I did some digging and found a great TED blog post written on it by the wonderful @katetor with more pictures: http://blog.ted.com/9-views-of-tirana-albania-with-its-bright-multicolored-building/ (but you can expect more from me too 😜📸)
It's Friday! I'm walking (running) into the weekend like there's no tomorrow. Promise I'll find new photos other than holiday snaps soon but my life is pretty non-existant at the moment AND I want a summer feed/source of inspiration for as long as possible 🌍💙🌻 Blogging will resume soon (I hope ✌) and I'm still obsessed with this dress from @boohoo ❤
I asked Jenna to marry me almost 3 years ago now, and we happened to be in Venice when I asked. This is a nondescript, nameless (to me) canal somewhere in that weirdo of a city. It's gorgeous, but it's confusing, expensive, and occasionally gross. However, it's worth a trip. stop by a store and grab some bread and cheese, then get lost on purpose. Once you're lost, and it doesn't take much to get lost, just sit by a quiet canal and wonder what'll happen in 20 more years. Or wonder what happened 300 years ago. Or a thousand years ago. Traveling is good for your brain.