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College Tourist Travel Bloggers’ Network Roundup

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Trip Highs and Lows  by Alex Goes to Europe

IMG_1765I’m baaack! This trip was a whirlwind and it will certainly take a long time to reflect over it and write about everything as I revise for some very daunting exams, but it will be perfect productive procrastination! So to start off, I began by thinking about the highs and lows I experienced during our adventure. As amazing as most of it was, it wasn’t always perfect and I definitely needed to remind myself of that before I become in denial about the negative aspects (which weren’t nearly as bad as they could have been)…(read more)

Bohemian Princess with Pret a Diner  by Girl vs Globe



London never looks quite as pretty as it does with all sorts of wildlife buzzing around. No, the tourists on Oxford Street don’t count as wildlife. I mean bees and butterflies – those rare reminders that we live on planet Earth and not in a grey pixelated computer game…(read more)

Bonjour, Paris by Hepburn and Handbags



Alright y’all, I am waaaaayyyyy behind on blogging (as in I have three weekends worth of travel to blog about and I’m about to head out for another trip tomorrow). BUT I’m finally sitting down to write about our trip to Paris…(read more)

Thoughts of the Week by My Trip This Year



I’m going to start a new weekly (maybe fortnightly) post on my thoughts of the week. It’s going to be kind of like a favourites post but more a collection of my thoughts on things that have sparked my interest or just made me think about something in particular. I know it’s a bit random and not really travel related (although lots of it will be) but my favourite posts to read from other bloggers are mostly just them chatting about things that they care about, so here goes…(read more)

London for Literature Lovers and Harry Potter Fans by Yilin Wang



I recommend beginning your tour of London with an early morning visit to Westminster Abbey before it’s overtaken by tourists. In addition to serving as a coronation site for British monarchs, the abbey has been a burial site for many historic figures. The Poet’s Corner commemorates writers like Jane Austen; Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte; Robert Burns; Lord Byron, Geoffrey Chaucer; John Keats; and C.S. Lewis…(read more)

Bethany Dickey

Acadia University | 15 stories

My name is Bethany and I’m an 18 year old university student in beautiful Nova Scotia, Canada. I love shopping, travelling, planning imaginary trips, learning languages, making spreadsheets, and challenging myself every day. Follow along on my forays into solo travel with too many pairs of shoes and excessive itineraries!

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