I’ve got another post up on Your Friend Elle, and this time it’s a two parter! Back when I was studying in London I got a mad case of wanderlust (ok, this is a fairly regular occurrence), and I randomly picked a city on the map and headed off. Budapest surprised me in multiple ways. It’s a beautiful city with rich history and the best hostel I’ve ever been to.
In this first part I let you know some of the things you just can’t miss on both sides of the river. Make sure you stay tuned for what to eat, where to stay, and what to see outside of the city in Part 2!
Read this and more at Your Friend Elle.
I’m babbling on Your Friend Elle again, but this time, it’s about New York Comic Con! See, this was actually my first time going. I’ve been to San Diego Comic Con two years running now, but I’ve never dared to traverse the Javits Center in October. It’s a lot different from the massive spectacle that is SDCC, but it has a lot going for it.
Click the screenshot above or follow this link to read my re-cap of my first ever NYCC.
Hey everyone! Sorry it’s been so long since a post. I finished my MA in Radio at Goldsmiths and moved back to the USA from London. It’s been a bit of a time and as I job search in the states, I am constantly reminded (& yearn for) my travels around the globe.
So, when the fabulous Elle of Your Friend Elle was looking for travel writers, I lept at the chance. And look, my first post is up!
Click the screenshot above or follow this link to read my tips for traveling the canals of Venezia. Unsurprisingly, Assassin’s Creed makes an appearance.
I hope you all enjoy and I hope I’ll be able to write more for Elle, it was super fun (& she was super patient as I moved across the pond!)