I’m just going to preface this post, summing up all of my feelings towards Vegas with one question: How can I trust a city if I can’t easily find a bookstore or two?
You’re sitting at your desk working, it’s a few hours after an early dinner, you’re out and about shopping or wandering around, it’s the perfect timing right before or after a movie and the urge hits you. What starts as a feeling in your stomach ends up as a thought you can’t get out of … More 3 Favorite Sweet Treats in Dublin
Paris, a place straight out of a movie. And there are plenty of movies in this world from the time of black and white to now that use Paris as their backdrop. You can envision the century-old buildings, the smell of spring flowers or baking bread, a glowing Eiffel Tower, and so much more — … More 3 Ways to Prepare for Your Parisian Trip That Isn’t Planning or Packing
Ahhh. . . Miami, a city of many things (I’m sure South Beach comes to mind, yes?) and many different types of people. As mentioned, when you think of Miami you most likely think of South Beach and maybe some unusual or wild types of people that Miami sometimes tends to cater towards. Unfortunately, that … More Miami, FL: My First 72 Hours (Summer)
The following is an excerpt from a journal I was keeping while living in Dublin for a year in 2015. I wrote this excerpt after being in Dublin for about 4 months, in which 3 of the 4 months were wet and cold winter months. I had just arrived back into town after having visited … More Street Art & Reflections Abroad
Before you start scrolling through the photos, put on this Berlin playlist via Ancora Radio.
Now, picture a crisp Berlin morning, you can see your breath in the air, your toboggan is pulled tight over your head with coffee in hand. It’s the end of February. … More Berlin, Germany: My First 48 Hours (Late Winter)
You’re walking down the street, you see a bar, you turn the corner and see the green and pink hue red lit neon that reads: “Whelans Live Music”. You arrive half past the time the doors open. The bar is crowded, but there’s just enough room to get a good standing spot around the stage. You notice some nostalgic music playing, it sounds familiar but you probably don’t know who it is. A cider in one hand, your knee resting up against the stage, waiting for the opening act. … More Dublin, Ireland: A Night at Whelan’s Live