While I did fly into the Bordeaux airport, and eat a few meals in the city, most of my time was spent farther south in the region around Arcachon Bay. I was staying with Sebastien and Magali, a French couple I met on the way to a small eco-hostel called Bulungula. The moment they suggested […]
My week in Switzerland wasn’t cheap, however I managed to save some money by couchsurfing with a friend in Bern, and another person in Geneva. In Interlaken, I stayed at one of Europe’s most popular hostels, Balmer’s, but with snow on the ground, and a chill in the air, the guests were few and the […]
This week’s flashback is dedicated to my friend Gela, who I first met in Nepal and then went to visit in Tillburg, Holland. Despite January’s bitter cold, I was thankful she had the time to show me around her home town. Tillburg or Bust
The cave dwellings have been settled since 2nd Century BC and inhabitants still live there.
I caught 3 matches on 3 different continents, and they were all exciting.
Peneda-Gerês will test your resolve and reward your perseverance.
Barcelona is tapas, Gaudi, Camp Nou, the beach…
This is a guest post by Neha. If you want to guest post on Go Backpacking, please read more here. From April to late October the sun settles over the Adriatic; the days are long and warm, and are best enjoyed in summer whites, flip-flops, and a glass of something cold. It’s the perfect time to […]
He symbolizes a zeal for life, openness to sensory detail, and a thirst for travel.
Does my nose dare imagine a head of blonde disappearing to black ash?