One major thing that’s changed about me travel-wise is that I almost NEVER check in luggage. With the airlines I’m flying, it’s often an extra charge, with a little more hassle. Here’s how I managed to survive my few years of travelling with carry on […]
I’ve raved about the Eurostar service on previous occasions and if you’re organised you can benefit from their sales. Tickets go as low as £19-29. However, if you’re more of a spontaneous traveller there’s another option that could suit: Eurostar Snap.
With so many trips under my belt, surely there’s some next-level wisdom I can pass on? These tips are around travel optimisation, how to get the most of your time away. There’s a few new things I’ve started doing over my more recent trips to make sure that a) I have a great time and b) nothing goes to custard. Other than custard, which I could eat/ drink all day.
Two trips to New York and so much done! But still heaps to go. Over the years I’ve collated so many lists of recommendations from friends and now I’m going to put them all in the one place. Here’s the things that I’ve managed to […]
I found my time in the Kingdom of Morocco eye opening, and at times, challenging. It was my first experience of being in Africa and there are certainly a lot of things that are different from back home. I researched plenty of advice before the […]
With spring time on our corner, it won’t be long until I start the first travels of my year. And I can’t share just how excited I am! Lots of new cities, a few favourites and plenty of new eating and snapping opportunities. So before I get onto all of that, I’ve been spending my wintery evenings working on my travel scrapbooks and reflecting on all my past travels. I’ve learnt so much along the way. Every city had taught me something about myself, the experience of travel and other, general, life lessons.
I find a quiet joy in the simple art of packing. For most of my trips, I endeavour to keep to hand luggage only. This helps in quite a few ways. At the airport it means not having to check in bags, so you can […]
Last year I spent a July weekend in Dublin, the capital of Republic of Ireland. It’s a fascinating city with a chequered history, populated with some of the most resilient yet delightful people you’ll ever come across. Culture, food, nightlife and history. Read on for […]
The cheapest (one-way) flight I’ve taken to date was to Toulouse, France. End of summer and just a tenner on Ryanair! How lucky is that? I ended up tacking on nearby Barcelona to make that a double adventure. And as well, we did a day trip out to check Carcassonne.