As my life has taken me away from the bustling streets of Madrid to the remote rainforest of Costa Rica, I’ve come to realize just what an amazing continent Europe is and how easy it is to explore by rail.
I started my blog Something In Her Ramblings about a year and a half ago, not only to document my travels around Europe while teaching English in Madrid, but also with the hope of inspiring other women to take a bold
"Don’t touch anything in the forest,” a guide says to an eager-listening group of visitors on a sunny day in the rainforest of Caribbean Costa Rica. “The forest is like a museum,” he adds. “You don’t touch anything.” This is the main
With year-round breaks perfect for surfing, a hopping nightlife scene and gorgeous sunset views, Jacó is one of Costa Rica’s most popular beach destinations. True, it is not known for being Costa Rica’s most beautiful beach, but during sunset in Jacó,
Los Angeles has redefined many aspects of our lives over the years – the film industry, fashion trends, fad diets –so it should come as no surprise L.A. also redefines city travel. Many of the famous sights associated with this iconic Southern
Kraków, Budapest and Bratislava all have one thing in common; they are living, open-air history museums dedicated to sharing the horrors of World War II and the 20th Century. This is not so in Vienna, though the city was equally affected
They do things differently in Switzerland. Maybe it’s the thin mountain air or all the international bankers, but for some reason backpacking in this country feels different from the others I have travelled through in Europe. After trekking through so