15 Things to do in Bruges

1. Lizzie's Waffels If you're going to Belgium then of course you want to try some authentic Belgian waffels. In the name of research I tried lots of different waffels in Bruges but none Read more

Magical Melville Castle

January is traditionally the most depressing month of the year, so when I was invited to stay in a beautiful, 18th century castle on the outskirts of Edinburgh I literally jumped at the chance. Just Read more

Bruges In Pictures

Bruges (or Brugge in Flemish) is one of the most idyllic, fairytale-esque cities I've ever had the pleasure of visiting. I've just returned from a magical four days exploring the city and fell head Read more

20 Things to Do in Edinburgh

1. National Museum of Scotland  I visited the National Museum of Scotland for the first time earlier this year and absolutely loved it. It's full to the brim with fascinating exhibits on subjects ranging from Read more

10 Things I Believe About Travel

Travel is many things to many people. For me, travel is amazing, inspiring, educative and wonderful. I believe there are so many benefits to travelling the world and I think it's something everyone should Read more

I'm Going to Bruges

I'm super excited for this weekend to hurry up and get here because I'm off to Bruges! It'll be my first trip out of the country in 2015 (I've already been travelling within Scotland, Read more

15 Things to do in Bruges

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Magical Melville Castle

Posted on by Emma Gray in Scotland, Travel Tales | 1 Comment

January is traditionally the most depressing month of the year, so when I was invited to stay in a beautiful, 18th century castle on the outskirts of Edinburgh I literally jumped at the chance.

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MELVILLE CASTLE EDINBURGH

Melville Castle is around 6 miles from Edinburgh’s charming city centre and sits at the heart of leafy woodland and manicured gardens. Although the castle itself dates back to the late 18th century, it was left to rack and ruin in the late 1980′s and in 1993 the roof and many floors had collapsed due to being neglected and completely exposed to the elements. Read more

Bruges In Pictures

Posted on by Emma Gray in Belgium, Travel Tales | 6 Comments

Bruges (or Brugge in Flemish) is one of the most idyllic, fairytale-esque cities I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting. I’ve just returned from a magical four days exploring the city and fell head over heels in love with the quaint canals, gorgeous architecture, multitude of beers and super friendly locals.

BRUGES IN PICTURES, BRUGGE

This is the view that you’ll find on 8 out of 10 postcards from Bruges and there’s little wonder why. It’s absolutely gorgeous! I adore the watery reflection of the buildings in the canal and the bright blue skies during my visit made everything look that bit better. Read more

20 Things to Do in Edinburgh

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10 Things I Believe About Travel

Posted on by Emma Gray in Travel Tales | 4 Comments

Travel is many things to many people. For me, travel is amazing, inspiring, educative and wonderful. I believe there are so many benefits to travelling the world and I think it’s something everyone should do at some point in life.
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I’m Going to Bruges

Posted on by Emma Gray in Belgium, Travel Tales | 6 Comments

I’m super excited for this weekend to hurry up and get here because I’m off to Bruges! It’ll be my first trip out of the country in 2015 (I’ve already been travelling within Scotland, of course!) and I can’t wait to grab my passport and get on that plane!

BRUGES BELGIUM

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I’ll be travelling with Thomas and his parents as it’s a little celebratory trip for his father’s birthday. What a fantastic gift! We’re going for 4 days and I just can’t wait to start exploring. Read more

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