Bosnia and Herzegovina is a captivating blend of East and West, where the legacies of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires create a unique cultural backdrop. With emerald rivers, lush mountains, and awe-inspiring waterfalls, nature reveals itself as a breathtaking spectacle. The scars of the 1990s Balkan Wars are still visible, but B&H has an authentic vibrancy that will shatter stereotypes. During my seven days of solo exploration, cosmopolitan Sarajevo, scenic Mostar, religious Medjugorje, and ancient countryside villages left me with an indelible positive impression.
I’m overjoyed to be featured on the Crossing It Off Podcast about my experience visiting Valencia, Spain. Host Roger Williams gives voice to people who have crossed off bucket list items, from starting companies to interviewing the Dalai Lama. It’s highly motivational, and I feel so honored to have been selected to join this inspiring group of courageous human beings. Listen now.
There are many fun things to do in Valencia, the third largest (and quite underrated) city in Spain. If you’re planning to experience the vibrant Las Fallas Festival in March, create space in your agenda to dive in its delightful history, top gastronomy, and lively arts & culture scene.
I’ll forever cherish my Scotland road trip in the dreamy Highlands riding through emerald green mountains, glorious waterfalls, jaw dropping castles, haunted battlefields and gelid lochs filled with monsters and mysteries. A road trip in these corners of Scotland is an adventure to treasure for a lifetime, and in four days I experienced a ton. In this article you’ll find two itineraries for a marvelous great time using Inverness as your home base.
Whether you’re dreaming of taking a career break to travel around Europe or you’re already in the planning stages, I hope this list will inspire you with ideas to pursue your dream. These 27 experiences are just some of the curated experiences I highly recommend for an epic and unforgettable time in Europe.