Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Sorry my last post was so short! I was pressed for time on the computer!

Well, I am unfortunately writing this from the internet at the Amsterdam airport. I am waiting for my flight that will take me to London and then home to Phoenix. I am very depressed about this as I would much rather continue my travels. It has been absolutely awesome and I can't imagine doing anything else! I am already planning next summer as I couldn't make it to many places that people recommended and looked fun. I am hoping to go to Switzerland, Prague, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, etc. etc. etc. I could go on all day!

Greece was absolutely fantastic. Words cannot even describe the beauty. The water is crystal clear. Tiffany, Ashley and I bought rafts and literally floated in the ocean for about seven hours straight the other day. Then, we went out and stayed out all night! It was really probably one of the most fun times in my life! Plus, Greek men are gorgeous!

This will be my last post as I will no longer be in Europe! But I will keep the blog because you can expect me to be back here as soon as it is humanly possible! For example, visiting Sarah in Thailand is definitely in the near future!

Adios! Au Revoir! Bye!


Sunday, June 24, 2007

Voiceless In Mykanos!

Hello there! Oh my goodness, how incredible are the Greek Islands! I don't want to leave. We are in Mykonos today and I head back to Amsterdam tomorrow and then home on Tuesday. I am starting to become depressed.

I will see you all soon! Oh and I lost my voice! haha


Thursday, June 21, 2007

Blink of an eye!

That's what my trip has been so far!

I am sitting in the Amsterdam airport, sulking after saying goodbye to my travel buddy and greatest friend ever, Sarah! I can't believe our experience is over! She is on her way home and we have such great memories.

I, however am on my way to Ios in the Greek Islands to meet up with Tiffany and Ashley! I am so looking forward to this.

Amsterdam was awesome. We had some funny experiences and encounters. Almost getting hit by bikes, our nervousness as we walked into our first coffeeshop, the crazy bagel shop owner who wouldn't let us sit down unless Sarah bought something also. Amsterdam is definitely a culture all of its own. I wussed out on getting a picture of the half naked lady dancing in front of the second story window! I totally wanted Nicky to see that.

Well, I wish I could say I want to come home but it's just not the truth. Even spending the whole day here in the Amsterdam airport with a cold, I feel happy because I am here. I am in a different country all by myself and I feel comfortable.

If only I had remembered to pack my newly bought shampoo and conditioner into my check-in baggage, the security guard wouldn't have had to throw it away! I know, that was my one touristy stupid moment! Just kidding, there have been way more than just one of those!


Talk to you when I'm soaking up the Grecian sun! :)

Sunday, June 17, 2007


Thats Thank You in German and I know that and how to ask for a glass of water and thats about it. Can isch Ein Vassa Haben...impressive, huh?

Well, we just got to Berlin this morning. We were sad to leave our Maryland buddies who we hung out with quite often in Munich. They were definitely a fun group. Were going to head out prettz soon for a walking tour of the Berlin sights.

In Munich, we did a bike tour of the city that was awesome. The guide was from Texas and very cute I must add and he took us to the sights and then in the middle of the tour we took an hour stop at the second largest biergarten in the world. It was a reallz fun tour. Yesterday, we went to the Dachau Concentration Camp which was very interesting but also put us in a depressing mood so we figured beer would be a good cure. We went back to the biergarten and drank a bit before boarding our night train to Berlin.

Amsterdams our next stop after spending two days here in Berlin. OOOOOH Amsterdam. I will behave myself, I promise.


Thursday, June 14, 2007

Im ready for some German Beer!

Hello from Munich, Berlin! It is absolutely gorgeous weather and Sarah and I are resting for our first big night out in the city of beer. We are going to the famous Hoffbro (I know thatäs not how zou spell it) house with some nice young boys from Anapolis, Maryland! They donät know the Sloss Familz though. sorrz about the tzping the zs are where the ys are supposed to be.

Anywazs, we loved Paris and definitelz wore ourselves out which we proved correct bz stazing in our hostel all daz todaz after our uncomfortable night train here. Saturdaz, night weäre catching a train to Berlin and then off to Amsterdam.

Im excited to report that I have finalized my plans to meet Tiff in Greece. Im excited but nervous that mz travel buddz Sarah and I are separating. However, I will come back with more memories and that is verz exciting.

I will post more when I get to Berlin and let zou know how mz German experience is going! Beer, here I come! hahaha

I love everyone and miss you,

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


I love Paris!!! It is absolutely beautiful. My lovely mom and dad put us up in the fabulous Royal Alma Hotel, just a five minute walk to both the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysses, which we went to both today. We climbed to the top of the tower and were able to see the beautiful city below us. It was absolutely breathtaking!

Last night, we went to the Moulin Rouge. We had a bottle of champagne and the show was so fantastic. It was late when we got out and so the metro was closed and we had no idea how to get back to the hotel. Luckily, French men love us and helped us out and a Turkish guy who I thought was really cute actually walked with us.

Well, tomorrow we are going to the Leuvre and Jim Morrison's grave before we take a night train to Munich!

By the way, I am contemplating staying an extra week and meeting up with Tiffany in Greece! I will keep everyone posted!


Sunday, June 10, 2007

French Boys Love Seth Cohen!!!

Well, Sarah and I are in Cannes, France. We got in this morning and already have about a hundred funny stories. First of all in the train station were about a dozen creepy drunk French guys who would not leave us alone. Finally, we were saved by these two French boys our age and they were the funniest and sweetest people ever. They kept us company during our layover and one of them was obsessed with the O.C. It was hilarious!

Then, we went to the beach and saw a man carrying a live seagull down to the water...it was very bizzarre. We're off to Paris now and I am very excited about that!

Au Revoir!