Tweet One of the problems with being a sketchy flaky “free spirit” like myself is that you find yourself having difficulty making deep connections with others. I try not to get too close to people because I know one of us, probably myself, will eventually leave. I know a lot of people living in every [...]
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Tweet I’ve long considered Charleston more of my “home” than Atlanta. While I was raised in Georgia, Charleston is where I did most of my growing up and what made me into the person I am today. It’s where I learned to live with others, where I balanced work and play, where I found out the [...]
Tweet If you’ve been stalking following me on Facebook, you might have heard that my friend Scotti texted me last week to get me to take a few days off work at the end of the month. She said we were going on a trip but wouldn’t tell me where. All I knew was that I [...]
Tweet*Editor’s Note: I wrote this post a few months ago, right after Heather left. I thought I should wait until I had more to say, but I think it makes as much sense now as it ever will. I know this feeling. It’s plagued me before. Last summer, on my last day in Croatia, I [...]
TweetIf Sydney’s the city you want to hook up with and Melbourne is the city you want to date, then you could say Canberra is that drunken one night stand that you’d like to forget. Or so I came to believe when I told Sydneysiders that it was the next stop on my road trip. [...]
Tweet I joined the website out of curiosity long before I worked up the courage to do it. I had heard great stories from Andi as well as friends from Charleston who had hosted people. But was I cut out for it? I felt weird about staying at a stranger’s house in a strange city, [...]
TweetOver the last (almost) two years, my blog has provided me with so many unseen opportunities. But none are as tangible as the friendships I’ve made within the blogging community. It’s like a cult group of friends that you can hang out with any place in the world. They know how you feel and support [...]
TweetSaturday night was the last time I was going to see my whole extended family for a while. We gathered at Georgia Rib Company to celebrate my dad’s 50th birthday and the biggest question of the night was what am I going to do in Australia? I loved talking to old neighbors and family friends [...]
TweetYou know those nights where something seemed like a good idea at the time and then you find yourself thinking, “What the hell did I get myself into?” I usually don’t discuss these nights on my blog (because they could one day make me unemployable), but after reading about Adventurous Kate’s night at a Bangkok [...]
Tweet I’ve had big dreams for my entire life. In my world, my future consisted of college at Columbia University in New York City, studying art, politics or literature. Then I would move to Washington DC for graduate school to work towards becoming a diplomat. My imaginary future may not have turned out how I [...]
Who is Caroline in the City?
Caroline Eubanks is the blogger behind Caroline in the City and a freelance writer. This native Atlantan spent four years at university in Charleston before choosing a life of perpetual travel. After a summer volunteering in Thailand and sailing in Croatia, she made the move to spend a year in Australia. It was there she went bungee jumping, scuba diving and even held a koala.
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- 5 Reasons I’m Leaving the Country to Travel January 16, 2011
- 24 Things to Do Before Turning 24 July 8, 2011
- Flying High Over Kaua’i June 27, 2011
- The Australian Adventure: Six Months In July 25, 2011
- Photo Essay: The Great Ocean Road February 21, 2011
- Dining at Halcyon Flavors from the Earth June 19, 2013
- #Tweet2Toronto: The Results June 14, 2013
- Travel Product I Love: PurifiCup June 12, 2013
- Photo Essay: Toronto Street Art June 10, 2013
- Postcards from Rural Georgia June 7, 2013
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