Happy International Women’s Day! This day is looked at as many things by different people, but for me, it is just a day to celebrate being a woman and celebrating what we have already achieved and what else we can achieve in the future! I truly believe that we can do anything we set our mind to, and I want to take today to celebrate some of my favorite women and blogs that are focused on female travel.
Oh, Iceland… the amount of beauty this country has is absolutely insane. Iceland is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”, and as soon as you visit, you will understand why. There are volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls for days!
If you are in need of a vacation that is relaxing and full of fresh air and nature, then this should be your next destination. Along with the natural beauty, the people are friendly, the food is good, and the activities you can do are so fun!
If you would have told me how amazing this year would be for me in 2016, I would have never believed you. I have always talked about travel and seeing the world, but 2017 was my year to take action. I dove deep into the world of travel blogging, and I took advantage of some amazing travel deals. I was adventurous, impulsive, and welcoming to new opportunities, and I can definitely say it paid off. 2017 was a roller coaster to say the least… it was a year full of happiness, love, heartbreak, excitement, and challenges, but most of all it was a year that I truly found myself.
China is really an amazing country, but it is such a hard country to adjust to, especially coming from the states where we have the luxury of using toilets that you can sit on. I knew coming here that squat toilets were the norm, but I guess I didn’t think I would actually ever use one. I was definitely wrong with that assumption.
It all started by going to the Temple of Heaven. The temple is inside a huge park, and you either pay 10 yuan just to walk around the park or 28 yuan to walk the park and go inside the temple.
My first couple of days in Ireland are over, but it has been so much fun! I flew into Dublin, met the group that I would be on tour with, went to a lot of pubs, saw some amazing live music, and was blown away by the beauty of Dublin. Once I landed, I met with my tour group, we transferred to our hostel, and immediately went to get some food because everyone was starving. Our tour guide had made some suggestions as to where to go, and we ended up eating at The Brazen Head, which is a pretty famous 800 year old pub and apparently the oldest pub in Ireland.