United States

20 Hours In Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis, The city of Nascar, The Indy 500, Brickyard 400, many museums, restaurants, and home of the Colts. There is truly something for everyone and anyone in this city to enjoy. Not quite sure on what to do and see? Check out my guide on how to spend 20 Hours...

A Weekend In Ohio & Utah

lay·o·ver ˈlāˌōvər/ noun NORTH AMERICAN a period of rest or waiting before a further stage in a journey. (webster dictionary)  This past weekend, I was on a 4 day trip for work, and with that, got to enjoy 2 layovers! One in Columbus, Ohio and the 2nd in Salt Lake...

Life As A Flight Attendant – My First Weekend Flying

After spending 8 weeks down in Atlanta Georgia, and a little "bump in the road," I earned and received my wings, and became a Flight Attendant! Get ready to fly the friendly skies with me!      Over Easter weekend, I flew my first working trips. It goes a little...

Minnehaha Falls, A Frozen Winter Wonderland

What better way to start off my first adventure of 2017 than with a trip to Minnehaha Falls! My friend Rachel tagged along with, because exploring with friends is always better 🙂 And I needed my car karaoke partner in crime! The falls are located in Minneapolis,...

Surly Loppet 1/2 Marathon {Photo Diary}

"The Surly Trail Loppet 1/2 Marathon is a challenging course with big hills, narrow trails, rocks, and logs." Are you a runner, an outdoorsy person, or just someone who likes to seek out adventure? If so then the Surly Trail Loppet Race is something I...

Europe

All Aboard McComb’s! –> Giant’s Causeway Tour

Our main full day in Northern Ireland we wanted to go see Giant's Causeway: 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, and the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.  Also known as "The eighth wonder of the world." With little time and no transportation, we went with...

A Train Through the Plains – Belfast

After our three night stay in Dublin, it was time for Brooke and I to head our way up to Belfast, in Northern Ireland. Our plan was to go explore Giant's Causeway --> a result of an ancient volcanic eruption, and Belfast was a perfect destination to stay at and do so....

It was Moher Windy than it Looks – Cliffs of Moher

"Let's make like a shepard, and get the flock out of here!" - Paddywagon Tour Guide  All aboard the Paddywagon express. Offering day, multi-day, and private/group tours throughout Ireland, we decided to go with Paddywagon for a day tour to the Cliffs of Moher. By far...

Walk Until You Drop – Dublin Walking Tour

After our Thursday Night Pub adventures, Saturday morning we were ready to go sight seeing. We started the day off with our hostel's daily walking tour. The tour started at 10:00am and would last roughly around three hours. Our tour guide's name was Eimear. She was a...

Dia Duit, Ireland

If you didn't know, in Irish, Dia Duit is the traditional way to say hello! From England, I ventured off to Ireland. I would be in Dublin for four days, three nights, then hoping on a train to go see and explore Northern Ireland! One nice thing I learned while...

Anything Can Happen

"Anything can Happen" A motto I solemnly live by. Since my first travel experience, I have learned that anything can happen, and expect plans to go not as planned.... With this in mind, I wasn't planning on having my computer crash and burn while on my trip. With...

Hello England

I made it to England!  We arrived yesterday morning at 10:00am at Heathrow International Airport. From there, we hoped on The Airline,an Oxford Bus Company that you can take to and from Heathrow and Gatwick Airport, to Oxford, and vice versa. We were heading to...

Australia

Oh Hey Steve

On thursday, April 10th it started out as any typical day while at Orion College. I don't have class on thursday's so I went for a morning run, and then on the way back ran into my friends Steph, Destiny, Erin, and Pua. They were all working on our Outdoor Ed papers...

Study Week Part Two: Sydney Bound

Let me start off by saying oh boy do I have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to blogging! I have been so busy lately with day trips here and there, all of the breaks I have had (study break -spring break, easter, and now anzac day), and papers for classes. I...

Fraser Island – No shoes, no technology… No Worries

Last Weekend was Spring Break, or should I say "study break" for my University. For some international students we had an option of going to Fraser Island or to the Outback during this week. With my University back at home Fraser Island was included for free, and to...

Hey! I’m Carly!

I have come to learn that in order to succeed and be happy in life, we need to chase and go after our dreams and passions

Traveling, and exploring, just happens to be one of mine

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