Valluga, St. Anton am Arlberg

I originally wanted to post about St. Anton first. When I sat down to write, all I could think about was the highlight of our trip – skiing Valluga. I will share the details of our trip soon, but first, Valluga. To appreciate how incredible an experience this was for me,…

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London Day Trip: Stonehenge and Salisbury

With so much to see, do, discover, learn, eat and drink in London, there are times when I almost forget that there is a whole wide, green, new (to me) country out there to discover! In the five months we’ve lived here, we’ve only left London without leaving the country…

A Weekend in Luxembourg City

In the weeks leading up to our move abroad, I had this vague image in my mind of what our weekends away would look like. In my imagination, we’d book £10 RyanAir flights on a whim to some random location we’d always dreamed of seeing, but never thought we’d actually visit. We’d…

Vianden Castle

Our day wandering around Luxembourg City felt like something out of a fairytale. Then we arrived in Vianden. It was cold and grey, but there was something so beautiful and magical about this little town, nestled in the rolling hills of the Luxembourg countryside, below the beautiful Vianden Castle. As we approached, equally…

Tromsø Norway Travel Guide

Tromsø, Norway is one of the most breathtaking places I’ve ever been. This little island city nestled between fjords over 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle is vibrant, cosmopolitan and bustling despite its freezing temperatures and remote location. Tromsø is an excellent and incredible welcome point into all that…

Northern Lights Chasing in Tromso

Because I am so passionate about the Northern Lights, this has become a long post. I’ve added subtitles to break it up if you’d rather skip reading me waxing poetic about my dream of seeing them. I’ve included why we chose Tromsø, why I chose the tours I chose, what…

Bergen Fjord Tour

There were a lot of raised eyebrows when I told people we’d be traveling to Norway in late November. It would be cold, yes, and dark. However, our purpose in traveling to Norway was to get the best shot we could at seeing the Northern Lights. It would be dark, but…