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Staying at the Principal Manchester

The Principal Hotel in Manchester is one of the most unique hotels I’ve stayed at in recent years. I was cruising my IHG app looking for something different to the norm while I was in Manchester for a night. Don’t get me wrong, I love the predictability of some of […]

18 Affordable Spring Break Destinations for 2020

There are so many wonderful places in the world that are amazing for a Spring Break trip. I personally prefer avoiding the standard destinations people visit during Spring Break becasue they’re too crowded and prices are usually jacked up. Where’s the fun in going somewhere over priced and overcrowded? These […]

30 Before 30

Now that 2020 has rolled around and I’ll be 26 this year, absolutely crazy to think about, these are 30 things I want to do before I turn 30. I may or may not add to this as the months and years go on. Visit all 50 states and the […]

2019 From the Window Seat

This was an insane year for travel for me. I think it’s the most I’ve traveled in years. I visited tons of new places and finally got a chance to meet up with some of my closest friends. This year I flew in economy, premium economy, and more than a […]

10 Tips for Driving in Scotland

Driving in Scotland isn’t as scary as you might think. It also wasn’t the first time I had drove in a foreign county, but it was the first time I drove in a foreign country that drove on the opposite side of the road! 1. Drive on the left Pretty […]

How to Create a Custom Futon for Your Car

You’ve heard of #vanlife, right? Well, you don’t need a van or an SUV to go camping in your car. I’ll show you guys exactly how I created a futon and turned my hatchback Ford Focus (named The Great Blueberry) into the ultimate camping car! Really that just means I […]

Your Complete Guide to Visiting Antelope Canyon

You cannot visit the American southwest without visiting Antelope Canyon. Antelope is a slot canyon in northern Arizona. Known to the Navajo as “Tse’ bighanilini” or “the place where water runs through the rocks,” the canyon formed as a result of erosion from flash floods over millions of years. The […]

Travel journalism courses take place in our workspace in West Berlin

Travel Journalism Courses in Berlin

Treetop Travel Journalism is a creative organisation, based in Berlin, that provides the opportunity to visit and write about one of the world’s most intriguing cities, via our travel journalism courses. Those on the 3-4 weeks projects attend travel writing workshops where they plan and write a travel guide, with […]