Mental Health: Talk About It.

It's Mental Health Awareness week. What does that mean to you? Well, it made me think about what mental health means to me. The more I thought, the more I felt that if you can contribute to "normalising" mental health, you should try. Even if it's just a little, it may give some one else... Continue Reading →

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Comfort Zone or Conservative Zone?

Stepping out of your comfort zone means embracing fear, nerves, awkward small talk and most emotions that are usually easier for you to just avoid. But it's doing these things and facing your fears that can, and will, reward you most. Every time I've pushed myself to try something new or forced myself into a... Continue Reading →

Day 26. Hola Barcelona! 

This morning we decided to do the free walking tour in Barcelona. We met a few Canadians and a Kiwi in our hostel that were also heading to the tour, so we all went together. The walking tour of Barcelona wasn't as good as the Amsterdam or Berlin ones, but we're not sure if that's... Continue Reading →

Day 23. Monaco F1 Races!

Today we bought breakfast at the local market. French breakfast are my favourite, a couple of chocolate croissants aka 'pain du chocolat' and a coffee or orange juice, you can't go wrong! After breakfast we walked along the coast to the boat port, where we caught the bus to Monaco. It was about a 40... Continue Reading →

Day 22. Sunburnt in France.

This morning we packed up our stuff and walked to our next hostel in Nice, France. It was only about 15 minutes away from where we stayed last night. The new hostel is right by the beach, Old Town and the Castel...if you're familiar with Nice at all. We dropped off our things and wandered... Continue Reading →

Day 21. Travel Day to France!

Today we were planning on taking the boat across to an island about 20 minutes from Venice, but unfortunately our plans had to change. We wanted to spend the day on the island then get a train from Italy to France throughout the night. However, there is a huge train strike in Italy, so that... Continue Reading →

Day 20. Gondala Rides in Venice.

To get to Venice, the train journey was around 15 hours. That's why we decided to do it overnight, which worked out pretty well and saved us paying for a night accomodation! We were in a six seater cabin and when we boarded there was only three of us in our section. So we all... Continue Reading →

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