Rome is simply stunning, and just iconic! The Vatican, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps.. the…
Champagne is the closest wine region to drive to from London so what better place to enjoy a sophisticated road…
Bruges has to be one of the prettiest places I’ve visited so far. Cobbled streets and horse drawn carriages follow pretty canals and it’s hard to find an area that doesn’t provide a beautiful photo opportunity. Chocolate shops and delicious food are just an additional bonus to what can only be described as a piece of art in itself.
A beautiful and quirky historic city, set between the rocky hills of Scotland. I visited Edinburgh on a cold, crisp weekend in January. Historical buildings and pubs share a similar experience of character. Laughter and cheerfulness follow you throughout the city. Here’s my travel guide for top tips and highlights, Enjoy!
Today’s mini travel guide takes us to San Sebastian. I have a piece specifically just about the amazing food locations here but here’s some key highlights to introduce you to this beautiful city.
Kathmandu is a chaotic, noisy and busy city not too dissimilar to other Asian capitals, but also quite perfectly unique. It is often described as the gateway to the Himilaya region, a climber’s entry point to the extreme adventures that lay ahead. As we made our way across town feeling overwhelmed (and grateful for free airport pick up) we were instantly reassured by the welcoming and friendly Nepalese culture.
Packing for Nepal is not an easy task. I started months in advance and was determined to be as cost efficient as possible. I borrowed some pieces from my auntie, trawled through summer sales and took advantage of having Amazon Prime.
After camping for 14 days and trekking across completely different terrain there are a few items I really couldn’t have enjoyed the trip without!
On 27th May 2017 I marked the end of my twenties and joined the ’30’ club. Instead of giving into society’s pressure I asked myself how I would like to remember this milestone and with that I decided to follow my dreams.
I remember using this greeting for the first time in Thailand and thinking this is a beautiful expression that truly represents this friendly and welcoming country – the land of smiles.
‘Nobody is better than us, Nobody is worse than us. In fact nobody is equal to us because we are all unique’