Just a couple hours outside of London, one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. Stonehenge’s history is a long one, and one that is a bit difficult to understand. After all, most of us only know of it as this somewhat mysterious location where rocks are piled […]Read more "Touring Stonehenge"
When it comes to the expectations of leaving everything behind, living abroad, and starting over, romantic notions abound. I’m reminded of a scene in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris in which Owen Wilson’s character espouses on how great life would be if they moved to Paris. …I’d drop the house in Beverly Hills, the pool, […]Read more "Should You Leave It All And Move Abroad"
So London isn’t the first city that comes to mind when many people think of major food destinations. But I’ll be damned if there isn’t a plethora of good options, many of which, I was surprised to learn about. There are, however, several foods you need to try to fully get the best out of British […]Read more "The Foods I’ve Come to Love in the UK"
And I realized, f*** man, maybe that’s what hell is: the entire rest of eternity spent in f****’ Bruges. And I really really hoped I wouldn’t die. Our hotel was located in Brussels, so we took a train from Brussels Central. That cost us about 22 euro for two roundtrip tickets. (Check online because you may […]Read more "Christmas In Bruges"