Conquering Rainbow Mountain, Peru

As originally published on GoNomad Months before I traveled to South America, I saw a picture of Rainbow Mountain somewhere on this vast internet. The second my eyes touched the image of the thick stripes of vivid colors plastered across the mountain’s surface, I decided I had to go there. I was determined to see this …

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Traveler’s Guide To Budapest, Hungary

A quick, easy, budget travel guide to the Hungarian capital city. The magnificent capital city of Hungary offers a wide array of different experiences due to its division of cultures. The Danube River splits the city into two sections: “Buda”, the older, more historical area packed with monuments atop steep hills and majestic castles, and …

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City Guide To Copenhagen, Denmark

(As originally published on The College Tourist ) For college travelers, Copenhagen represents a peaceful, unique, and versatile European destination. Though Scandinavia has notoriously expensive cities, it is possible to experience the Danish capital city on a student budget. RyanAir flights to and from here are ridiculously cheap, loads of excellent hostels make for affordable accommodation, and …

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Warming My Soul In Porto

The best word I can use to describe Porto, the second-largest city in Portugal, is warmth. Though the temperatures do feel warm for February (50-60 degrees Fahrenheit), this coastal city exudes warmth in other ways besides climate. The people are passionate, the charismatic landmarks and peaceful parks draw you in, the sunsets are dripping with …

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