Sunday, 28 July 2019

One Year On From Graduation

Seeing so many graduation photos recently has got me thinking about how my life has changed since my graduation day and what I've learnt over the last year. It also got me thinking "how the hell was my graduation one year ago!?" - it's quite terrifying how quickly that year has gone! I feel like I have learnt some valuable life lessons since graduating that I can impart on anyone who's now worrying about their future after university.

Sunday, 21 July 2019

Why You Need To Visit Split

It was only about a year ago that I first considered visiting Croatia - unlike a lot of the other places that I've visited which have been on my travel bucket list for YEARS. All of a sudden, the world and his wife seems to be visiting Croatia and I was keen to visit Split before it begins to feel too crowded with tourists. I decided on Split because it's a coastal Mediterranean city, which is a boat-ride away from islands such as Brac and Hvar and is also a bus-ride away from lots of other noteworthy places.

Sunday, 14 July 2019

5 Days In Toronto

The last stop on my America / Canada trip was Toronto. A city which I had heard so many good things about and one that was recently named the 'fastest growing city in North America'. Toronto is made up of neighbourhoods each with their own distinctive character. We stayed in the King West Village neighbourhood, which was the perfect place to explore the city from.

Sunday, 7 July 2019

4 Days In Montreal

Montreal is like no other city that I've visited before. It fuses the modernism of North America with traditional Europe, resulting in distinct neighbourhoods that make you feel as if you're being transported through time. With French being the native language in Montreal (don't worry, most people speak perfect English), this adds to the city's European charm, whilst still remaining Canadian at heart. I had an incredible four days in Montreal - here I'm going to run you through what I got up to.
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