Reason #8,832,122 why hostel living is the best! 😀
Let’s talk about Travel Liars! This is more like a method of story-telling rather than a type of person, but it boils down to the fact that you can make any city, any experience, any crappy street or dilapidated house look cool and seem amazing.
I will try to keep this article short (impossible for me haha) and stick to the point, which is to discuss what is better, the truth or total B.S. or something in-between, and then explain how I approach talking about my travels.
Let’s get ready to rumble…
Here, I’ll talk about how I ended up not knowing that I was going on a date until it was too late, after I had come back from living in Germany for a year.
It’s funny how Europe often seems to be so similar to the U.S. on the surface, albeit with a literally different surface full of crazy old buildings and boring new ones, but the real differences, the real contrasts, are really in the small details.
Part 6 of 7 of my night in Valencia.
You didn’t think the night was over, did you?
After the pub, we head to the main pedestrian square in Valencia. Along the way, we buy some street-beers. The Spanish call them Paki-beers and this is because they are beers sold by Pakistani people that roam the streets. The beers themselves are cheap and ice-cold! Though, that’s because they refrigerate them in the sewer systems, yea.
I visit Salzburg, Austria, the home of Mozart and all things magical. The city is like out of a fairy tale. The old-town (Altstadt) is full of wonderful old streets, shops, the coolest McDonald’s sign you have ever seen, passageways, church’s, palaces, great beer, and much more.
Enjoy the video and let me know what you think in the comments!