I wasn’t expecting much from Switzerland. In my mind it was the land of provenance of popular treats and trinkets (chocolates, expensive watches and pocket knives). I was happy to learn that Switzerland was populated by extremely good looking, tall and lean, warm and friendly individuals. The mix of languages from one side of the country to the next is baffling, their position of neutrality questionable, but the well organized nation that is Switzerland seems to have everything figured out.
All the great and romantic things you have heard about Paris are true; and how fortunate of me to be in such a city while still young and pretty. It’s a shame, however, that even back then I wasn’t charming. Sweet Paris (pronounced pa-ree in French), thankfully, is charming enough for the both of us.
When I was in college, a Professor of mine recommended that I “go charm my way through Europe” and see what happened. So I figured, what better way to kick start my 20s than to embark on a “find-yourself” European adventure? ABSOLUTELY NO REGRETS. This trip inspired me to set my 30 by 30 travel goal, and took me to eight countries on a whirlwind tour that I will never forget. What’s amazing about the UK, is how many diverse cultures make up a truly unique “British” culture. Visit London and explore the world!
Although fairly new to 30, I can’t help but look back at my 20s and think of all the things I will never be able to do again. One of these things is being a college spring breaker in Cancun, Mexico. But realistically, that’s probably for the best. Here’s info about the fifth country I visited during my travel goal to visit 30 countries by my 30th birthday. Learn what else Mexico has to offer, besides crazy college kids and amazing tequila.