When you don’t get a lot of days off to travel you have to learn to maximise the little amount of time you have! In today’s Mini Travel Guide I share my tried and tested itinerary on how to spend 3 Days in Barcelona, Spain. Including cool things to see and do, where to eat and where I stayed!
Today’s Guest Post comes from April Yap! April is an online publisher for The Cabins at Grand Mountain in Branson, Missouri. She often writes about camping, Midwest traveling, and log cabin experiences.
I struggle when it comes to switching off from work. If I’ve had a bad day, it tends to play on my mind for the rest of the evening. I’ll then dread having to go in and do it all again the following day, it’s a vicious circle. I always want to do my best and that’s part of the problem! I’ve found that TRAVEL is my ultimate stress reliever. For me, the travel journey doesn’t necessarily start when I step on the plane, or get in a car, it’s the whole process, even the planning stages. I feel relaxed and happy, knowing I’m doing something that I love and means the world to me. Literally.
Unfortunately I was blessed with the joy of being left handed. Scissors are a nightmare, tin openers are a big no no (I have a huge scar on my finger to prove it!) and my hand writing looks like a spider has stepped in ink and crawled over the page…and the smudges don’t help! I was recently researching a possible travel destination and I read something that made me think what it’s like to travel as a left hander.