ARE MY GUIDES RIGHT FOR YOU?
WHERE TO STAY
Hotels I recommend are usually aesthetically pleasing and simple but also an authentic representation of the local design. I only recommend hotels and Airbnbs I have either stayed at, visited or heavily researched. Wherever I stay is my home so the vibe and level of comfort are important. I typically stay in mid-range priced hotels and houses, in excellent locations, with a great walking score, fabulous amenities and preferably with a pool or view.
THINGS TO DO
I enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, surfing, coastal walks, anything and everything on the water. I’m far more impressed by natural wonders than I am by city structures. If a place offers a movie night under the stars, I will find it. I think the “touristy” attractions of cities are important and I condone participating. think a lot of highly-recommended attractions are overrated and I’m not afraid to say so.
Most of my guides will be for travelers that make a decent income and want to travel comfortably without breaking the bank. My guides prioritize budgets for experiences and hotels. I’m deeply satisfied when I find a good deal, say “FTB” (fuck the budget) when it comes to once in a lifetime opportunities, but personally, some of my happiest moments over the past few years were sleeping on the ground in a tent. Bottom line, when it comes to budgeting, I’m practical.
WHERE TO EAT
I recommend restaurants with good vibes and plant-based options at affordable prices. A friendly staff makes a big difference to me and greatly affects my experience. I love finding restaurants that are comfortable with an ambiance.
WHERE TO DRINK
I like a big night out just as much as any 20 something, but I’m not typically one to go out clubbing. I love live music, a band or a DJ, tequila cocktails and craft beer but wine is my typical go-to these days, especially in Europe. I’m a sucker for rooftop bars, bar games and places with unique qualities or themes.
WORK & PLEASURE
I’ve been traveling for 3 years now. Most of that time I’ve been working and some of the time I’ve been on vacation. I can be your Digital Nomad guide or your OOO guide.
SOLO & COUPLE TRAVEL
I started off traveling solo and occasionally meeting up with girlfriends around the world for vacations. Now I travel primarily with my partner. I love recommending romantic getaways, girls trips and solo backpacking adventures. I love all forms of travel and while I think it’s incredible to share experiences with loved ones, I’m a big proponent of solo travel as well.
ON A PERSONAL NOTE...
My name is Britt.
I’ve been traveling for over 3 straight years now, and it’s nearly time for this old bird to nest. But before I go, I want to take you on a journey.
We get one chance to to live the sh*t out of life and experience the world, meet new people, escape our comfort zones and learn about new cultures.
They say the best stories are found within the pages of your passport. My passport tells the tale of beautiful European summers, long sweaty months backpacking through Asia, and incredible road trips around New Zealand and Australia.
It’s not always glamorous and it’s certainly not easy living life on the road. But the lessons I’ve learned over the years, the people I’ve met and the memories I’ve made are worth the stress, heartbreak, loss in savings and everything else that comes from a #nomadlife.
Which brings me to you.
I’m here to share with you the best and worst of my experiences, the most incredible and not-so-credible locations I’ve visited, and everything in between, with the hope of making your next holiday epic.
Follow me on my journey and let’s get to know each other,