Tags archives: interrail

Growing up on the road: A travel memoir

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My sister Debbie recently visited me at home in Berlin. She had just finished high school and was about to embark on a summer (and perhaps a life) of adventuring and solo travel. Now she's off to Nairobi, Kenya for three months, followed by an Interrail trip through Eastern Europe. She has always been my little girl and it's so, so, so strange to see her gro[...]

50 Invaluable Travel Tips for Europe

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At first a Europe trip sounds like the best way to spend your summer - and believe me, it really is. Then you start planning your itinerary, and realise that there are way over 30 countries covering an area bigger than the United States - each with their own language (more or less), culture and people. You want to hike to Trolltunga in Norway, see the Northe[...]

20 Experiences you Must Have in Europe this Summer

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Are you heading to Europe this summer? Yes? Well, lucky you! Europe is an amazing continent to explore, whether you join a group tour or venture out on your (first) big solo trip. There is so much to see and the diversity of landscapes, cultures and foods you get to experience in a considerably small space is just so unique. From the breathtaking fjords o[...]

10 things to pack for an Interrail trip

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Next week I’m finally kicking off what will be the most exciting trip of 2015: Two weeks of Interrailing through Eastern Europe. Yaay! Exploring by day, sleeping on old trains by night. Pretty sure the romantic idea of ‘sleeping on trains’ will lose most of its glamour after just one night, but hey, a girl can dream. Packing for a trip like that most defi[...]

Around Europe on €15 a day? YES WAY.

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Typically, I don’t ‘do’ budget travel. Friends and family are always amazed at my ability to pick the most expensive dress on the rack, meal on the menu or wine on the list. It’s not that I’ve got loads of cash, it’s more that I’m exceptionally loose fisted with it. And so I now find myself in a slightly ridiculous situation, where next week I’m settin[...]

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