My Travel Bucket List: Sweden

My Travel Bucket List Sweden [petiteadventures.org]

For the next eleven months, Stockholm will be my home base. Not only am I excited to explore more of one of my favourite cities but I’m excited to use it as a jumping off point to explore more of Sweden.

Sweden is the third largest country in the European Union and one that offers so many fascinating places to explore, unique foods to eat, and once-in-a-lifetime events to experience. It was quite the chore, but after much research and careful consideration, I was able to narrow it down to create a bucket list that would take me from east to west, south to north, and a few spots in between this year.

So, without further ado, here are the top ten things I’m excited to see, do and eat in Sweden this year:

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One Year in Leeds

One Year in Leeds, UK [petiteadventures.org] By Rory 89 (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Last Friday marked the one-year anniversary of our arrival in Leeds. The day would have gone completely unnoticed if not for Facebook memories reminding me of our hours long journey across the Atlantic, and the ensuing jet lag that just. wouldn’t. end.

I had so many hopes, dreams and plans for our time in Leeds, and as usual, things didn’t go exactly as I’d planned. Continue reading

If I Had $10,000: How To Plan & Budget For Your Dream Trip

How to plan and budget for your dream trip [petiteadventures.org]

🎶If I had ten thousand dollars, if I had ten thousand dollars… well, I’d buy a plane ticket.🎶

I mean, wouldn’t you?

While planning a trip can be a whole lot of fun, it can also be a whole lot of stress. Trying to travel to your dream location and tick off all the activities on your bucket list can cost quite a pretty penny, and that’s all before you factor in accommodations, food and the often high prices of entrance fees. Next thing you know, you’ve blown your budget and it’s not even the end of week one.

So today, I’m going to share with you some of the tricks and tools I would use to plan my dream trip, and how I would allocate my $10,000 budget. Continue reading

Petite Adventures Month in Review: August 2017

Petite Adventures Month in Review August 2017 [petiteadventures.org]

And, once again, I’ve gone an entire month without really posting anything.

Let’s all say it together: Worst. Blogger. Ever. Again.

Oh well. C’est la vie. Moving on.

Overall, August was a pretty good month and saw us taking a delightful city break to the south of the Netherlands to visit friends. We spent three glorious days riding bikes along the canals, exploring smaller cities like Nijmegen and Molenhoek, eating Bitteballen, and drinking beer.

It was fantastic! The air was so clean and clear, and it was such a treat to be out in nature, riding bikes alongside fields of sheep and cows. Honestly, it was just the break that we both needed after a hectic July. Continue reading