Destination: Oslo, Norway

The capital of Norway, Oslo is an important hub for its country not only in terms of politics, but also in culture and economy, the latter particularly in maritime trade. It is the largest city in Norway with around 670,000 people living in the city center, and it is continuing to grow rapidly due to … Continue reading Destination: Oslo, Norway


10 Natural Parks I Want to Visit

From what I've gathered over my years of traveling, I can say that I'm very much a city traveler: I enjoy the large streets, sprawling architecture, and easy accessibility to other towns and cities by public transport. I also love blending into the environment, being anonymous and free in a sea of people. It's no … Continue reading 10 Natural Parks I Want to Visit

Destination: Prometheus Cave & Canyons, Georgia

Wrapping up my exhausting, but exhilarating time in Georgia, I spent my last full day visiting a handful of canyons and caves in the Imereti region. It was another long day spent driving to and exploring its natural reserves, which were absolutely gorgeous despite the change in weather from earlier in the week (from sunny … Continue reading Destination: Prometheus Cave & Canyons, Georgia

Destination: Mestia & Ushguli, Georgia

Despite it being a small country, Georgia is surprisingly-rich in varying climates, food, and even people. Considering that it's about the size of Tennessee in the U.S., it's incredible that Georgia has so much diversity to offer. My visit to the Svaneti region showed how there was so much more to the country than the … Continue reading Destination: Mestia & Ushguli, Georgia

Destination: Kutaisi, Georgia

The city of Kutaisi is the third most-populous in Georgia, after Tbilisi and Batumi. Located about 220 kilometers (140 miles) west of Tbilisi, this small city had briefly been the capital of Georgia between 2012 and 2018, before being passed back to Tbilisi-- it even had a Parliament built, but it was never used! Today, … Continue reading Destination: Kutaisi, Georgia