Throughout October I am featuring Memory Monday. A throwback to past travel posts. No. 1 features a road trip that I took with some friends while volunteering with Emerging Voices and IVHQ in Cartagena, Colombia. I needed a weekend out of Cartagena. I also needed a break from the confines of our volunteer house. As … Continue reading Colombian Road Trip! Off the Beaten Path in Tayrona National Park
The beautiful thing about backpacking in Europe is the sheer proximity of countries and emblematic cities. All within a bus, train or plane ride – and with some creative planning – the opportunities to cost effectively travel those distances. One constant reminder that has always been in my mind since studying abroad in Spain in … Continue reading A Football Weekend in Manchester
Paris. A city synonymous with romance, cabarets and strolls along the Seine. The Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Notre Dame. Michelin-starred restaurants, oenophiles and haute cuisine. Unlike my weak poetic structure, these landmarks and iconic bits of French culture have been influencing the world for centuries. Real life adventures and romanticized versions of this fashion, food and … Continue reading Reflecting on My First Trip to Paris
For the past two months I have been quite fortunate to be featured on the Royal Caribbean Careers Facebook page. Each #AtSeaStories post shows a glimpse into my life as a ship-based employee on the Adventure of the Seas. As I am on the homestretch of my first contract with RCL, it is an exciting … Continue reading Royal Caribbean #AtSeaStories Featured Facebook Campaign
Before I began working with Royal Caribbean I was in Europe chasing football dreams. Here is a post from my time visiting the Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain!
One of my first days in Madrid I visited the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu – home of Real Madrid C.F. Arguably, one of the most famous football clubs in the entire world. Perhaps you know the names Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez, SERGIO RAMOS, and Marcelo. No? How about Alfredo Di Stefano, Iker Casillas or Raul? The club has been so stacked with names that Zenedine Zidane, David Beckham, etc. didn’t make the first cut! You get my point.
The tour was ridiculously badass. Especially for the price of €19. It is a self-guided affair and covers most everything worthwhile at the stadium from a fan perspective. First, I climbed the stairs of Torre B and made my way to the third deck for an incredible panoramic view of the field. After heading back to the main terrace, I walked into the Real Madrid ‘Best Club in History’ wing. Let…
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A quick late night style version of the top 10 reasons to work aboard a cruise ship with Royal Caribbean: Number 10...Challenging yourself on a 7-month, 7 day work week contract... Number 9...Living amongst the places people vacation... Number 8...Experiencing the behind-the-scenes action on board a 3,600 passenger vessel which operates 24 hours a day … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons to Work on a Cruise Ship with Royal Caribbean
Disclaimer: There are, of course, way too many reasons as to why you should absolutely teach abroad. Why only 8? Why not 10? Or 25? The fact is everyone will have there own opinions. These happen to be the major reasons I loved my first year teaching ESL in South Korea. Not all countries offer … Continue reading Sunday Rewind: 8 Reasons to Teach English Abroad