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by Lauren Juliff
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21 Wondrous Things to Do in Sighisoara, Romania: The 2022 Edition
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by Lauren Juliff
5M ago
A UNESCO Heritage Site, Sighisoara offers an invaluable look into the Medieval Ages, of famous vampires, and the story of Transylvania. At the heart of Sighisoara is the Citadel, which is well-preserved and an ode to the early residents that made the city what we see today. Wandering around Sighisoara is a joy. While the town continues to grow, its historic heart is frozen in time, allowing travelers to experience all the sights on foot. As you go, you’ll find delightful architecture, fortresses and towers that elaborate on Sighisoara’s envious position within Transylvania. But beyond the home ..read more
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28 Incredible Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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by Lauren Juliff
5M ago
Along Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Puerto Vallarta is a scenic and equally charming seaside town. Having grown to be such a popular beach vacation destination, you may not realize just how much there is to do here. Puerto Vallarta has several distinct neighborhoods, none more bright and brilliant than Zona Romantica. The city’s old town is a veritable kaleidoscope. While downtown, you’ll find authentic cuisine, enchanting markets and historic buildings, all ready to be discovered on foot.  Beyond the bustling streets, Puerto Vallarta is spread along one of the largest bays on earth. Just off t ..read more
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The Cost of Travel in Turkey: A Detailed Budget Breakdown
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by Lauren Juliff
5M ago
Turkey is one of the most underrated countries in the world. Hardly anybody mentions it when they talk about their favourite spots in Europe or Asia, but to me, it has so much to offer its visitors. Istanbul is a phenomenal city, with mosques scattered throughout the skyline, an incredible food scene, and so much history to delve into. The ruins of Ephesus are some of the most impressive I’ve seen and exploring the site of Troy was breathtaking. I even chartered a yacht for 10 days along the coastline of Turkey and saw some of the most beautiful, untouched parts of the country. Turkey’s home t ..read more
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The Cost of Travel in Cambodia: A Detailed Budget Breakdown
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by Lauren Juliff
8M ago
Cambodia is such a wonderful country. While it may be most famous for the magnificent Angkor Wat, it has so much more to offer its visitors. You’ve got beautiful beaches, spectacular islands, delicious food, hipster cities, so much history, and plenty of welcoming locals. Yes, I absolutely adore Cambodia. I’m fortunate to have spent three months in the country; splitting my time between four visits and multiple different travel styles. I backpacked on an absolute shoestring, visited as part of a couple on a mid-range budget, and splurged on some luxury for an unforgettable birthday treat for m ..read more
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February 2022: Travel Summary and Statistics
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by Lauren Juliff
9M ago
I was ten days into my time in Cambodia when I found myself at the entrance to a dilapidated rural hospital, pleading for help. In front of me, half a dozen girls in nurses uniforms dissolved into giggles. “Doctor?” I repeated. “Please? It’s urgent. Is there a doctor? I need help.” And still, they laughed. They were teenagers, after all, only excited that this random foreigner had showed up at their workplace, not understanding that I was sick and losing blood. I stared at them with wide, desperate eyes, panic rising in my throat. Darkness had fallen and things weren’t looking good for me. Eve ..read more
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Announcing My Travel Plans For the Next… Nine Months?
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by Lauren Juliff
10M ago
If you asked me to define my current approach to travel, I’d immediately jump to two key words: psychotic and planning. It’s a trait that I only developed in 2016, once I’d ended my nomadic travels to move to Portugal. Back then, for the first time in my travel career, I had a home base that I was paying rent on. And that meant that for the first time in half a decade, I was buying return tickets from airlines. It was a strange feeling to know that I had a relatively mere 10 days to see as much of Namibia as possible, or that two weeks was all I could justify for my first visit to Japan. In th ..read more
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January 2022: Monthly Summary and Upcoming Travels
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by Lauren Juliff
10M ago
When I left you last, I was facing a clear dilemma. After nine months spent basing myself in Melbourne, it was finally time for me to leave Australia. Without a home to return to, however, that meant that it was time to travel again. And with Omicron charging its way around the world, Dave and I found ourselves with quite the predicament on our hands. Pre-pandemic, we would have had so many options to choose from: island-hopping in the South Pacific! Several months in India! Hiking in New Zealand! A California road trip! A multi-month adventure in Central America! I’d have been so excited by t ..read more
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December 2021: Travel Summary
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by Lauren Juliff
11M ago
It’s officially 2022 in Melbourne, and I’m sitting on my gloriously sunny balcony in the hipster Fitzroy neighbourhood, typing up this monthly summary. It’s 36 degrees at the moment. Thirty-six degrees! (100 for the heathens among us who use Fahrenheit.) Over the past decade, I’ve alternated between spending the holiday season with my family in the U.K. and with Dave’s in Australia, so a summery New Year’s is no longer a novelty for me. And yet, I find myself thinking back to the Lauren of 2010, who, 12 years[!] ago, was busy planning her upcoming round-the-world adventure. The number one thin ..read more
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October/November 2021: Travel Summary
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by Lauren Juliff
1y ago
This should — fingers crossed — be the last time I need to run two months together for one of my monthly updates. Why? Because things have become a hell of a lot more exciting over the past few weeks. If you’ve not been following along closely, my life during the pandemic has involved ricocheting from one extreme to another. After nine months of pandemic-induced self-isolation in the U.K., I packed my bags and set off for COVID-free New Zealand. There, I spent the next six months in a state of bliss, living a normal life with little to worry about. When New Zealand opened its borders with Aust ..read more
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