The year has begun and after a month of re-settling in my “normal” life and college after vacations, the months to come appear busy! Next semester I’ll be jetting off to the other side of the world to study abroad, and with that come plenty of new adventures. Until then, there’s still plenty of time to travel near home and write, write write. Today, I want to dedicate a photo story to new beginnings. 2016 was a tough year, and who knows what 2017 will look like? Let’s hope it looks as bright as these sunsets. Istanbul, Turkey Florence, Italy Izamál, Yucatán Acapulco, Guerrero Osaka, Japan Kyoto, Japan Celestún, Yucatán Acapulco, Guerrero Osaka, Japan Los Cabos, Mexico
“Spectacularly perched on the side of a mountain, Taormina is one of Sicily’s most popular summer destinations, a chi-chi resort town popular with holidaying high-rollers and those wanting a taste of Sicilian dolce vita.” Lonely Planet
As travellers and nomads who go out to explore the world and discover it, I believe we can all agree on one universal fact: each place is as unique as its name. I can tell you all the reasons why every single city on my latest trip is different; from Istanbul to Mykonos, to Sicily and Catania, Rome, Venice and Florence, and of course, Malta. But something about Malta makes it stand out among this line-up: its unlikelihood.