I’ve been flying Ryanair for years. Yes, I’ve always admitted that they’ve never been my ...
São Miguel is an island that was made for road tripping. Away from the major ...
In January of this year my boyfriend Stu and I spent seven nights on the ...
If you’re coming to São Miguel – the largest island in the Azorean archipelago – ...
Dining at the Duck & Waffle had been on my bucket list for almost as long as this blog has been running. The reason? The restaurant (so named after their signature dish of crispy leg confit, fried duck egg, and mustard maple syrup served on a waffle) is located on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate – […]
Last month I flew out to São Miguel, the Azores, for seven days with my boyfriend, Stu. Prior to booking neither of us really knew much about the Azores, apart from the fact that it looked like an incredible part of the world we were eager to explore. Everything looked lush and green, there were […]
If you’ve read either of my past two posts about my recent trip to Kerala, you’ll know that I spent four days of it hiking through India’s Western Ghats. Whilst the weather can be more temperamental at altitude, I had chosen to take my trip during the peak of the region’s dry season. I was […]
Now I don’t very often book organised tours (because I much prefer the freedom of planning and organising my own adventures), but when you work a full-time job with a limited amount of leave, they allow you see and do a lot more in a much shorter space of time compared to an independently organised […]
Kerala was a region in India that had been on my travel hit list for several years. Towards the end of last year an opportunity arose to spend 10 days there, as part of an organised trek and tour with adventure travel company, Explore. If you’d like to read about my experience of exploring Kerala […]
If you read my 2017 Travel Plans, Goals, and Aspirations post, you’ll know that the way in which my year panned out with regards to travel was pretty close to the way I’d planned it at the start of the year (with the exception of travel within the UK). I managed to take seven international […]
If you’d like to read about my travel highlights of 2017, you can do so here. The post ended up being over 3000 words long which is why I’m now writing this second post about my non-travel related 2017 achievements I started 2017 feeling so inspired. I had plans to complete all of the following […]
2016 had been a tough year for me emotionally, but at the same time a great year for travel. I spent the last four weeks of the year (ok, that’s not entirely accurate; I flew back to the UK on Christmas Eve) backpacking around Myanmar and Thailand, a trip that had been in the making […]