We’re the wild ones.

The ones who never seemed to fit in, yet could make ourselves fit in anywhere. The Earth is our playground. We’re the fluid generation – open to new experiences but with ambitious life goals. We’re here to triple dog dare the current state of affairs, shake the status quo

& conquer the world one (mis)adventure at a time.

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Navigating a new city can
be hard.

Especially a city halfway across the world. Let these curated city itineraries guide you through your vacation. Discover the top things to do in your destination city, best neighborhoods to explore, food to munch on, places to grab a drink and nightlife options to groove at until the sun comes up.

72 Hours in Prague (& Why It’ll Be My Last): A City Catered to Tourism

Prague is exceptionally beautiful. The architecture is drool worthy. It’s reasonably priced (although on the higher end for Eastern Europe). And if you’re in the area you should absolutely Czech it out. Except… I would die happy if I never go back there again. I...

Brb, Inside a Fairytale: A Day Trip to Toledo

Just a 35 minute train ride from Madrid, Toledo is one of the best day trips you can take from the capital of Spain.

How to Oktoberfest Like You Know What You’re Doing: A First Timer’s Guide

A First Timer’s Guide to Oktoberfest & Opening CeremonyOh Oktoberfest, where do I even begin. Before we get into our first timer’s guide to Oktoberfest, let’s begin with the easy stuff – the part where it all began. Note: I had to source the internet for most of...

Bridging Cultures: 24 Hours in Mostar Travel Itinerary

Bosnia & Herzegovina was one of those places people would go wide-eyed when I told them I’d be headed during my solo Europe trip last year. And in part, I don’t blame them. On the forefront of the Yugoslavian Civil War, Bosnia had a bad rep in the 90’s as one of...

The Good Life: 3 Nights in Miami, Florida

Miami is absurd. Drive just 3 hours south of Orlando and it’ll feel like you’ve arrived in a different country. Step foot on South Beach and it’s like you’ve gone back a couple decades. Miami is a dysfunctional, absurd yet exhilarating concoction of people from all...

Can Real Life Be More Like Suwannee’s Hulaween?

This article originally appeared on Music Festival Wizard,  a music festival resource dedicated to covering the scene, experience and music with news, lineups, reviews  & commentary.  Any weekend of live music at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park is bound to be a...

Jet Lagged in Denmark: 24 Hour Layover in Copenhagen Travel Guide

Besides design shops that look like they just waltzed right out of Instagram and thrift stores cooler than Janis Joplin’s closet, the Danish have whittled their way into hearts all over the world. From brands like ECCO, Mismo, and Georg Jensen, Denmark has managed to...

Puerto Rico: An Archipelago Surprise

I’ll just start off by saying I had no idea what to expect from this little island. Growing up in Orlando where there is a large Puerto Rican minority dominance, the culture was always loudly prominent. Yet, I didn’t realize how little I actually knew of the U.S....

Essential Music Festival Packing List

So you're headed to your first camping music festival huh? Well helllll yeahhh! I'm stoked for the adventure you're about to have. However, when you don't know what to expect, packing for your festival can be a bit daunting. Let me help you not make the same mistakes...

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Where in the world

have I been?

  • Albania
  • Austria
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • England
  • France
  • Greece
  • Germany
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Montenegro
  • Netherlands
  • Northern Ireland
  • Portugal
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
North America
  • Canada
  • United States
  • Morocco

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