The Iguazu Falls

Let me begin by telling you an ancient love story from South America… In the distant past, the land around the Iguazú Falls belonged to the Guarani Indians. Every year, the Guarani tribe would sacrifice a beautiful virgin to M’Boi, the Serpent God, who lived in the Iguazu River. These women were bred to be sacrificed, and [...]

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Ghent, Belgium

Ghent, Belgium

May Day = Labour Day = No work day! With a random day off work and surprisingly no rain forecast, I used my Go Pass 10 to take a trip to Ghent, which is only around 40 minutes from Brussels by train. Once you reach the city centre - it is as quaint and as [...]

Bruges

About 5 years ago, when I was an undergrad who spent her days burying her head in books (ahh literature degrees), I developed a love of modernist writing, and T.S. Eliot and E.M. Forster forever. Less keen on Virginia Woolf though. For one class I read two short stories by New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield [...]

Bonjour From Brussels

Life can feel surreal at times, and these next five months I doubt will stop feeling surreal for me. I've finished my degree (minus two final essays), and I've started an internship in Brussels with the Greens. (Why I always end up in cities beginning with B I don't know...) And by Greens, I mean [...]

German Quirks

After 5 months more or less living in Berlin, I had fallen in love with a city (again). Half of me didn't want to leave, half of me was excited for the next adventure (hiya Brussels! - I will give an update sooner or later) Maybe one day I will return for longer? Who knows, [...]

A Passion for Travel Writing? Help Me Help You!

In undergrad I wrote briefly for Exploration Online, an online travel magazine aimed at mainly students. Now, I am the Latin America Editor! And I'm looking for people willing to write some articles for me 🙂 It can cover any country/city within the region, can provide advice, experiences, anything insightful and inspiring! It's all voluntary, [...]