For one week, Nick and I moved to the workaway school in Fes. Fes is a popular city for tourists and has been called the new Marrakech (from what I've seen online). The school itself was nice and the accommodation was much cleaner than our place in Casablanca. On Monday, we went with a teacher … Continue reading Fes



Ever since deciding to come to Morocco, I was excited to visit Marrakech. So when we settled into our new workaway and had the time to get away and explore, it was the first place I wanted to go. The train station is a short walk from our accommodation, so on Friday, we bought tickets. … Continue reading Marrakech


Rabat is the capital of Morocco and only an hour away from Casablanca by train. Yesterday we went with a fellow workawayer to explore Rabat for the day. Getting to and from Rabat was much easier than I thought. The train leaves every half hour, so we had plenty to choose from and all the … Continue reading Rabat


Nick and I spent 5 days exploring/eating our way through Rome. While all the old buildings were lovely, I fell in love with all of their food. Everything was delicious (except for the time we tried to get an American breakfast). The first day, we visited the Colosseum and Roman Forum. We normally don't pay … Continue reading Rome

Plitvice Lakes

Wednesday and Thursday we spent in the Plitvice Lakes National Park. It was a beautiful place filled with waterfalls. It was like a combination of Watkins Glen and Delaware Water Gap, if you could somehow mush them together. We have so many pretty pictures from our hikes there. Here are some favorites: Because we bought … Continue reading Plitvice Lakes

Zagreb, Croatia

When Nick and I decided that we were going to travel after leaving China, we both had different ideas about where we wanted to go. We both knew that we wanted to go to Europe, so at least we agreed on something. He chose Greece and we were lucky to find great workaway hosts there. … Continue reading Zagreb, Croatia