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On Dreaming Reality or Living the Dream – Contented Imperfection

Why would you settle for anything but the extraordinary? We don’t know what happens when we die. We like to believe that we know. We like to believe that if we believe hard enough and live a good life, we go to heaven or we are reincarnated or something along the lines. We all like to believe in something. But no one really knows….(read more)

 

Ultimate Guide to Safari in Lapland – Girl vs Globe

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I used to associate the word “safari” with lions and antelopes, maybe the occasional elephant stomping through tall yellowing grass. But that all changed during my trip to Lapland – now the word conjures up images of adorable huskies wading through deep, deep snow….(read more)

Un fin de semana en Granada – The Abroad Diaries

Ay Dios Mio (ADM… the Spanish version of OMG) I am behind on sharing all of the exciting things happening! I had the pleasure of spending Valentine’s Day in the beautiful (and hilly) city of Granada…(read more)

Extroverted and Introverted Countries – Wandering Grad

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One of the best parts of traveling is to learn about new cultures. One of the first things I tend to notice when I’m adventuring is whether a country is extroverted or introverted in their interactions, which lets me know how I’ll fit in. I am introvert and proud of it. I like my alone time, and take pride in my smaller group of friends. I can act extroverted if I need to, but at the end of the day, I like to retreat home and recharge my energy. I fully believe people are born either extroverts or introverts and aren’t truly about to change that about themselves. But some countries have a larger population of one over the other, and that’s when it gets interesting while traveling…(read more)

Travelling in China is Really Hard – Progression of Happiness

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I just finished reading Undress me in the Temple of Heaven and I’m not sure if I have the words to describe what it meant to me. Traveling is the most amazing thing in the entire world but sometimes it’s just so hard, and travelling in China is really hard. Gilman put into words exactly what I felt in China – even peeing was an ordeal and the simplest task was made so inexplicably difficult. it was simultaneously frustrating and absolutely invigorating…(read more)

What To Do When You Feel Uninspired – My Trip This Year

As you may (or may not) of noticed, it’s been a bit quiet on the blogging front for me. My last post was a month ago. That is not good. I can tell you a million excuses about how I’ve been away (which I have) and how I’ve had deadlines for uni (which I have) and how I just wanted some chill time (which I did.) But if I’m honest with myself, it’s because (even as I write this) I feel completely uninspired. I don’t have writers block, I have creative block….(read more)

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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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