Canada Continued... the east is smaller so you can do all provinces --- Newfoundland (& Labrador), Quebec (PERFECT), Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. I would say that you should rent a camper or somehow travel by car because trains and buses don't get to the small (and best) places! Central Canada is beautiful too but the east and west are incredible!
To the one visiting Berlin: I was there two weeks ago. My highlight was when the TV tower. Because we went there when it was evening and then we wachted sundown and lights swichting on and in the end it was night and so beautiful.
To the anon who asked about Canada, please do it! It's one of the most beautiful places in the world and most people don't even know it. I would definately say that you have to pick a region in Canada (in my opinion, either East , North West or West) because it is HUGE and you would need a whole lot of time to see all. West -- B.C and Alberta, North West -- North B.C and Alberta plus Yukon and Northwest Territories.
for the anon wanting to study abroad in germany, I did it for 6 months and went traveling through that and I can tell you that everywhere I went in Germany felt safe. People are generally reserved (minus youths) but polite. Germany prides itself in proper etiquette. I went to a bible college on a lake bordering austria and switzerland and I LOVED IT. Most beautiful place I've ever been. So go!!!
Hi, I'm 16 & I'm saving up money and hoping to travel to croatia next summer, I've family who live there. Since u live there, do u have advice? Is it generally safe? Also I only speak English & can't find any Croatian language programs near me?? Lastly I would love to go to college somewhere in Europe, so do you know of any universities I should look at? Sorry for million questions! I'm just excited to find someone who might know! I feel very nervous and alone in this whole process. Thank you!
Don’t focus on only one place. Pick one region and explore few different places. Oh, and visit at least one national park here, they’re all really beautiful. A lot of people here speak English, and Italian and German, so it won’t be a problem at all that you don’t know the language :)
I’m sorry I can’t really help you with universities, but maybe someone can?
I’m rude because I’m sick of trying to please everyone on Tumblr? This blog used to be a happy place for me and now I have to be careful what will I say or post because someone will get offended if I post e.g. Israel or Palestine. I’m sick of it. I can’t share my opinion on something or say that I prefer one place over another anymore because I’ll get few rude messages and lose followers.
I know you all think this is the easiest thing to do. I just find photos on Flickr and post them here. Yes, that’s the easiest part and that’s the part I enjoy the most. The hardest part is dealing with people. Everyone is telling me what to do, you should change this, you should stop posting that, how you don’t what’s that street name in Madagascar I mean you have travel blog you must know everything about every single place in the world…
I’m just a human, like all of you. I don’t get to travel as much as some of you do. When I don’t know something I ask you for advice or help. I know I was a bit absent this summer but I was really busy, I wish I had more time for you. I hope you understood what I wanted to say. I love you all and I really appreciate you for being here with me.
to the anon who wanted to travel alone. DO IT. i traveled for 2 weeks alone this summer, 2000 km away from home and loved every second of it. be careful, stay safe and enjoy yourself, you don't necessarily need someone else to make travel worthwhile, enjoy your own company! it's much easier to make friends on the road when you're alone, you feel free, you can make your own plans, you don't depend on anyone and it's a lot of fun.
The person studying in Germany should definitely take a look at Munich, cause it's a lovely city and the Uckermark, too, it's breathtaking. Also maybe take a look at the InterRail offer, which lets you travel through Europe by train for a month.
To the person asking about Berlin: When I went to Berlin I went on a guided bike tour.. you've got many different kinds, and they are an amazing way to see the city. It was definitely my favourite part of the trip.
To the person asking about Barcelona: definitely take a trip to Las Ramblas and go to the market. They have great juices and foods for cheap but don't buy anything until you find the cheapest one because some stands will rob you blind. If you're not a vegetarian have some ham because it's cheap and delicious. Also visit Vicens. They have the best chocolate in Barcelona and you will definitely go back for more. You can ask me questions if you need to and I'll try to answer :)
Hey I'm travelling to Berlin soon, do you or your followers have any cool tips what to do? (Especially the less typical tourist attractions) thanks in advance! I love you blog btw, everytime your posts show up on my wall I get filled with the desire to travel again!