Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Well, hello! My name is Taylor writing under the pen name Whittney Whitt, which is the name I most often use under my submitted and or published writing . A little about me is that I've been an Air Force brat for half of my life, and thanks to that I have grown up traveling. At school, I am an English Writing and Communication double major, and with that I aim to work for Disney's Pixar - big dreams, so wish me luck. With that being said I LOVE writing, specifically sci-fi and or fantasy stories and I find that traveling always rejuvenates me with new ideas and possibilities for my writing. Further than that I love food, and enjoy trying local favorites wherever I go. With this blog I aim to appeal to those travelers who are interested in budget friendly living while abroad, but am happy if anyone finds my blog entertaining or useful. Happy travels!
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So here at Vic (Victoria University of Wellington) we get a 2 week spring break of which to entertain ourselves with (let me tell you, my home school in little old Ohio barely hangs onto a single week of spring break before saying its too much vacation… More