7 staple items for a fall trip to Europe

7 staple items for a fall trip to Europe

HAPPY SEPTEMBER. Labour day is over, there will be no more white, and a switch has flipped over to the best season of the year. The best part about fall isn't the pumpkin spiced lattes, the cooler weather, the falling leaves, or Halloween... The best is fall fashion, no ifs, ands, or buts. Fall is [...]

I hated Oslo: what no one tells you before moving to Norway

I hated Oslo: what no one tells you before moving to Norway

The photos on Pinterest of Norway are stunning, and most articles on the internet are very positive. Maybe that's why I was so rattled things didn't work out, I had different expectations? I was absolutely miserable there. I really wanted to like this county; I was really not expecting to leave with this much negativity built up inside me.

Visiting Oslo on a Budget: Things to do, see, and eat

Visiting Oslo on a Budget: Things to do, see, and eat

Norway is expensive. Living is expensive, doing things is expensive, going out is expensive, except there are some things to do that aren't so bad. They mostly involve looking at things outside. If you want through doors it will cost you.. If you're coming to Oslo just for a weekend, get the Oslo Pass. It [...]

Norway working holiday for Canadians: application process

Norway working holiday for Canadians: application process

I found there was very minimal information outside of the UDI website for the working holiday application process for Canadians, so if you're thinking of working in Norway, my first piece of advice is to really think about it. Starting life in this country is not easy; my second piece of advice is to apply early.

Making the most of Prague: two day itinerary

Making the most of Prague: two day itinerary

One of the great things about Budapest is the ability to hop on a train, bus, or rent a car and be in a different city quite quickly. We hopped on a night bus and headed to Prague just for a couple days. You know those cities that you walk around and say to yourself [...]

What to do with 48 hours in London

What to do with 48 hours in London

There's so much to do in London, but you can still make the most out of a quick trip if you find one of those flight deals that seem too good to be true. Day one: First stop upon arrival is Leadenhall Market to look around. Leadenhall Market Now walk by the river past the [...]

Vienna for a day: dog friendly things to see and do

Vienna for a day: dog friendly things to see and do

One of the best things about European cities is that they are all dog friendly. With the exception of grocery stores and some restaurants, dogs are allowed pretty much everywhere. We took the train to Vienna from Budapest, and spent the day wandering the streets. Trains allow dogs; the rules seem a bit confusing because [...]

Everything to eat in Budapest

Everything to eat in Budapest

Budapest has everything you could ever want when it comes to food. These are the spots I'll keep going back to every time I end up here, because all roads lead to Budapest.

Budapest on a Budget: Things to eat, see, and do

Budapest on a Budget: Things to eat, see, and do

I feel like lots of people don't think of Hungary when travelling Europe, I definitely didn't. There's so much to do and so many things to see that it should be on everyone's list of places to go.