Eurotripping & Down Under

I was hoping to share these plans sooner but the past month has been a whirlwind of out-of-town weekends, selling and giving away most of my things, packing up the important ones, saying goodbye to the first apartment I’ve rented on my own without a roommate, and becoming homeless. O, not to mention I’ve officially started my own business during this crazy time so needless to say… I’ve been a little slow getting back to the blog! I am SO excited to share with you my rough itinerary for the next few months, and even more excited to be leaving for Europe in less than 60 days. Is this real life?!

JUNE– Barcelona, Spain- entire month



JUNE– Lisbon, Portugalweekend away



JULY– Biarritz, France- week long vaca (with a real cute Aussie)



JULY– London, England- week long stay



JULY– Amsterdam, Netherlands- week long stay



AUGUST– Rome, Italy- entire month



AUGUST– Venice, Italy- weekend away



AUGUST– Split, Croatia- weekend away



SEPTEMBER– Australia– 2 weeks

So I have something to admit… I do in fact have a return ticket. I know I know… last blog post I mentioned not having one, but now I do and couldn’t be more happy about it. Turns out this Aussie guy is taking me home with him to Australia in September, so I will be returning to the States for maybe a week before flying to the completely other side of the globe. Goal #1- explore this beautiful place my boyfriend is from and meet some pretty important people in his life. Goal #2- See a baby Joey in a pouch.



OCTOBER– Undecided






I need your help!

After Australia I will be back in Europe for 2 months to wrap up 2016, and I need your help deciding where to go! Do I want to soak up the culture of my O’Grady side in Ireland, sip wine in cafes in France, or wander the streets of Prague? The possibilities are endless and I’d love to hear about some of your favorite place around Europe.

Leave a comment and let’s figure this out!


One thought on “Eurotripping & Down Under

  1. I think you should do Ireland for one. I didn’t see Germany listed. Lots of culture especially Berlin and Bavaria. If not France/Switzerland is my third choice. Be careful on the trip. Have fun and post lots of pictures, but most of all be safe.

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