I haven’t been able to keep up with blog posts as much as I’d liked, last month was the first time in nearly a year I simply didn’t have time to show blogger love. This post will be a bit longer as it includes some posts from August as well, so please bear with me.
Here are my top five posts from all categories:
- How to make the most out of your trip to New York: A thousand times yes to getting out of Manhattan, so much to explore in Brooklyn and beyond.
- I should have seen my bad day was depression
- Everest base camp trek packing list: Although I have zero desire to climb the mountain, I would love to visit base camp one day.
- 5 way to be more productive
- Top tips for going vegan
Also, special shout out to KeeleAbroad, I’ve really been enjoying all their candid posts this month as they make their way through south east Asia!
Science, sustainability and veganism
General travel and study abroad
- 27 Travel Packing Hacks: I have to admit, I didn’t even know a few of these. I’m definitely using the pillow case one for my next trip.
- Visa advice
- Best Beaches in the Philippines
- Surviving the Road to Hana: My family and I have gotten to go to Maui quite frequently and I wish I could explore the road to Hana more!\
- Amalfi coast boat tour
- Travelling Europe with Interrail: Although I’m not that fussed about interrail, I love seeing others’ journeys, especially to one of my favorite cities: Budapest.
- Halong Bay: Anyone who knows me knows that southeast Asia is my dream destination, I even have a poster of Halong Bay in my room! I’m jealous.
- Epic Icelandic Roadtrip
- Great day trips from Sorrento: I wish I had more time to explore the little villages on the Amalfi coast when I visited Italy, although I did get to Postiano.
- Munich on a budget
- 25 Hours Hotel Berlin: Usually I’m not one to actively like these kinds of posts as I’ve accepted my fate of budget travel in hostels, but this looks absolutely stunning. I loved Berlin and may have to stay here when I return.
- Best things to do in Birmingham
Photo by Andrew Knechel.