Category Archive: Greece

The Top 5 Series: Best Sunsets Around the Globe

It’s been several months since I posted a Top 5 list but by-golly we’re getting back to it! As my time in Southeast Asia begins to wind down (two more months!), I’ve begun to reflect on the “best of” my travels thus far. I now present to you my TOP 5 ABSOLUTE BEST SUNSETS that …

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Travel Tips – How to save for your DREAM trip without really trying

Over the past year and a half since I quit my job and headed out on my first multi-month adventure, friends, coworkers, and family members have asked, “How do you do it?” This question is quite broad and it applies to various aspects of what I’ve been doing: how I saved money, how I quit …

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“Camping” in Crete

While brainstorming what we wanted to do during the final three weeks of the trip, the list was relatively short and seemingly attainable. Kiera wanted to go camping and fly fishing; I wanted to go hiking and canyoning. We both had a long-standing desire to see Santorini, so the decision was easy—we would head to …

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Exploring Neature in the Samaria Gorge

There are few things that I love more in this world than a good hike. Strapping on my backpack (or fanny pack if I’m being honest), filling up some water bottles, applying a boatload of sunscreen, and setting off into nature—what could be better? My mom will take full credit for instilling the love of …

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(Not So) High Speed Adventure on Four Wheels

Eleanor Roosevelt recommended that you “Do one thing every day that scares you.” In my opinion, if you can do something that scares you 365 days a year for years on end, then you’re a big baby. I mean, really. Who is scared of that many things? That said, I have recently tackled quite a …

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The Top 5 Series: Why You Should Travel Solo

As I mentioned in “Why You Should Travel With Friends,” there will always be benefits and drawbacks when hitting the road on your own or with a group. This Top 5 list outlines some benefits of solo travel enjoyed by those of us that head out by ourselves from time to time (or all the …

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