Spice up your jambalaya with this recipe!
Here is my first go at itinerary writing. It’s a one day road trip in Scotland and great for a group of friends or family.
I was stuck in a dead end job where I wasn’t going to get switched from temp to permanent employee. I had to get out. I had to travel somewhere. I had to have adventure. So I made the leap…
The second weekend of classes went well. We continued to learn about various methods of activities, what makes a good teacher, lesson planning, and classroom management. All… Read more “Becoming an ESL Teacher Abroad: 2nd Weekend of Classes”
Hi everyone! Here is an article I posted some time back on wander.media. This is a great piece to check out if you’re planning a mini road… Read more “Article Posted in Wander.Media on Places to See in Scotland”
The Scotch Whisky Experience is a must try for whisky lovers.
I’m still new to this whole blog thing. It’s going to take a bit so please bare with me and I think we’ll all get through this… Read more “Becoming an ESL Teacher Abroad: 1st Weekend of Classes”
Maneuvering Edinburgh, Scotland is fairly easy, especially when you think of it as the Old Town and the New Town. But there are times when you can get turned around and forget where you are. Here are the top 10 streets to keep in mind when you’re exploring the city.
Step into a building filled with bars from sports to library and even silent dancing. Located at the University of Edinburgh, this place is a hot spot for young tourists and college students.
This place felt like a travelers paradise. Sunken into the ground on Leven St., Leo’s Beanery is a quiet coffee shop and great for catching up with… Read more “Leo’s Beanery”
The luxury you’ll experience is worth the extra costs!
Enter a labyrinth filled with punk rock and heavy metal music. Each night is a new special drink and show of movies.
Hidden behind trees near Picardy Place stands the famous Sherlock Holmes Statue. It looks away from the building and downward at a paw print which cannot easily be seen.
A road trip full of adventures and amazing sights in Scotland. It was spur of the moment but worth every minute.
Take a tour through pubs which writers like Roberts Burns and William Wordsworth frequented, and delve into stories of their inspiration, sexual intrigue, drinking, and debauchery.
The Writers’ Museum, housed in what used to be Lady Stair’s home, can be found off the Royal Mile in Makar’s Court; which means poet or author’s court. The museum features three famous Scottish writers your sure to know.
Opened 26 years ago, Scott’s Oyster Bar aims to provide fresh seafood and a place for people to dine and catch up on long missed conversations. All of Georgetown, Texas is known for its rustic ambiance and rich history and this place doesn’t let you down on that note!
Quintana Roo is thriving with these furry creatures. Since the area is a jungle, there are unique animals such as panthers, pythons, iguanas, and white tailed deer. You can spot these animals along the roads or even at some of the resorts.
Every person you meet among your travels has a story to tell. Some you might think are perfectly normal people, but when you discover their stories they turn into fascinating people.
Steeped with a sophisticated atmosphere and homely vibe, this tavern draws people in from all around. Named after the famous Deacon Brodie in 1806, this tavern captures the dualistic nature which Robert Louis Stevenson portrays in his famous book, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.