Paros Itinerary: How to Spend 3-5 Days in Paros, Greece

Hannah in a red dress sitting on a boat with a Greek flag waving in the wind

Paros was the first Greek island I visited in 2019. And after my tough experience in Morocco, it felt like heaven. I loved the beaches, the tavernas, and the winding streets of the traditional Cycladic villages. Plus, as a solo female traveller, I always felt safe and comfortable which is so important. My experience here…

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The Best Things To do in Rhodes, Greece: A Rhodes Itinerary

Hannah sitting in front of a gate in old town rhodes with the castle in the background

Greece has thousands of Islands and while I’ve been to several (with plans to visit many more) I have to say that Rhodes is one of my favourites. The island is big enough to keep you busy for several days while maintaining the island charm. Known for its castles, beaches, wineries and incredible history, Rhodes…

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Solo Travel in Greece: Tips for Female Travellers

Solo travel in Greece

Greece was a country I had wanted to go to for years, and yet when I finally made my plans to visit, the advice that I was given wasn’t quite as positive as I hoped which, to be honest, surprised me as Greece is a popular travel destination and solo travel in Greece seems to…

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2 Weeks in Greece: A Greece Itinerary for Island Lovers

Greece truly is a bucket list destination. With so much to see and do, an incredible history, and some of the best food I’ve ever had, Greece quickly became one of my favourite destinations and somewhere I plan to return to again soon. However, planning your Greece itinerary can be tricky because it has so…

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Thinking About Sailing in Greece? Read this First

A Greece sailing tour sounds like the ideal vacation for many. Spending your days on the sea, exploring new islands, living that boat life. However, for many of us, the idea that we have in our heads about sailing doesn’t quite match the reality. As much as we would all love to be swept away…

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1 Day in Athens, Greece: A History Lover’s Itinerary

Athens, Greece is amazing. I landed here for the first time after spending 2.5 weeks backpacking through Morocco and I honestly could have kissed the ground when I arrived and started to explore the city (you can read my real thoughts on female travel in Morocco here). Yes, Athens has a couple rough bits and…

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The Perfect Crete Itinerary: 7 Days in Crete, Greece

Elagonisi Beach

Without a doubt Greece is one of my favourite countries. I love the islands, the food, the cute towns with the friendly locals and, of course, the beaches. Plus, I also feel comfortable traveling solo in Greece as a woman. So, when friends of mine planned a destination in Crete I quickly said “YES!” and…

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Luxury Hotels in Santorini: Why They Are Worth the Splurge

When it comes to exploring the Greek Islands, Santorini seems to be at the top of everyone’s list, for fairly obvious reasons. This postcard-perfect island is stunning. The white villages perched on the rocky clifftops look like they popped off the pages of a children’s storybook and the vibrant blue domes contrasting against the white…

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30 Unmissable Things To Do in Santorini, Greece

Santorini is one of those places that seems to be on everyone’s bucket list. Whether you are looking for a romantic holiday or visiting as part of a Greek island sailing tour, Santorini really is a must. But, aside from the beautiful villages of Oia and Fira, what exactly is there to see and do…

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Where to Stay in Santorini: Fira, Oia, or Elsewhere?

When it comes to the Greek islands, Santorini is probably the most famous. This stunning island is known for its white villages with blue-domed churches perched on the tops of towering cliffs. It’s the iconic image of the Cyclades islands and one of the most photographed destinations in the world. As such, it’s a very…

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2-Week Brazil Itinerary: Perfect for First-Time Visitors

Hannah Logan in a red swimsuit sitting on a rock with a huge wave splashing behind her

Brazil was my 65th country and somewhere I was incredibly excited about. At the same time, despite all my travel experience, I found planning my trip to Brazil daunting. I received countless warnings about safety and the country itself is massive which made it hard to plan when I had a limited amount of time.…

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Colonia Del Sacramento: The Best Day Trip from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a big city. Full of noise and people. It’s a fun atmosphere to experience for a few days but if you find yourself needing a change of pace and a change of scenery then consider visiting Colonia Del Sacramento. This historical town in Uruguay is the complete opposite of Buenos Aires. A…

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3 Days in Buenos Aires: Tango, Steak, and Street Art

Beautiful pink building and palm trees in Buenos Aires

The capital of Argentina is best known for steak dinners and dancing the Tango, but Buenos Aires is a very big city with a rich history and varied neighbourhoods to explore. Here are my suggestions on how to best spend 3 days in Buenos Aires. How to get to Buenos Aires Buenos Aires has two…

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How to Spend 1 Day in Antigua, Guatemala

Santa Catalina Arch

I fell in love with Antigua the moment I jumped off the bus. I was only in town for a day as an excursion on a Panama Canal cruise. Guatemala was one of the few ports that had independent travel options and, as much fun as I was having with the cruise experience, I was…

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What do to in Ushuaia: Exploring the End of the World

Hannah posing with penguin streetart

Located at the tip of Argentina, Ushuaia is known as “Fin del Mundo” which translates to the end of the world. It’s a port town, most visited by individuals boarding an expedition cruise to Antarctica, which is exactly what led me here. To be honest, I didn’t expect much from Ushuaia. But I was pleasantly…

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Island hopping Galapagos: A Galapagos Islands Itinerary

A cuddle puddle of sea lions lying and sitting on a sandy beach

The Galapagos was somewhere I had dreamed about seeing since I was a teenager. I still remember going to one of the travel agents and bringing home a massive pile of Galapagos Island brochures and flipping through. I dreamed about seeing the giant tortoises and sea lions and exploring the islands made famous by Charles…

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Solo Travel in Ireland: Why I Love and Recommend it

Ireland is my favourite country. As the first place I ever visited I now consider the emerald isle to be my home away from home and have returned multiple times. With stunning scenery, friendly locals, and delicious food I think Ireland is a must-visit for anyone. But, if you don’t have any to go with-…

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