So far on this blog, I’ve talked about all the places I’ve been (mostly in Europe) in my life so I decided to write a little closer to home and tell you about my “Scottish Bucket List”.
Everyone has their essential items for taking on their person that they couldn't do without, whether they’re travelling by plane, train, bus or even as a passenger in a car. So, here are my top 5 essential travel items.
It’s crazy to think how fast 7 months can pass. My last week as an English Language Assistant was the week the spring holidays started. It was difficult having to say goodbye to all of my classes. With 2 weeks of free time before going home, I travelled to 5 cities across 3 different countries. I’ve written about them and put them in ‘order’ of my favourite to ‘least’ favourite trips below (who am I kidding? I loved them all!). Enjoy!
Finally, we get to my favourite part of my university year abroad – travelling! -- I was in a really fortunate position financially throughout the year which gave me the freedom to travel. And travel, I did! -- I wanted to talk a bit more about some of them that I enjoyed the most and would recommend visiting.
Finally it was time to say goodbye to my family and start the real adventure – learning to live in a foreign country on my own! The induction/welcome day wasn’t until Thursday so we had some time to kill. I decided that we should spread our wings a little and take a trip to Paris for the day!