Vilamoura, in Portugal’s Algarve region, has long been known as a golf resort thanks to the multitude of golf courses within the area. However, there are many more things to do and see in the area than simply playing golf. Perfect if your other half is playing golf and you want to combine this with a sunshine break or if […]
Road trips are one of my absolute favourite ways to travel. There’s just something about driving along new, unfamiliar roads towards new places you’re going to explore that makes me giddy with excitement. Throw in some great snacks, even better company and killer road-trip songs and you’ve got all the ingredients for a fabulous road trip.
If you’re planning a road-trip […]
Last week I returned from a blissful week in Portugal’s Algarve region so today I’m sharing with you all a little teaser of some of the photos from the trip. Stay tuned over the next few weeks for more posts coming up…
This was the killer view form our balcony in Vilamoura. As you can see we overlooked the pool and […]
Visiting Glasgow on a budget and looking for some fun free things to do? There’s loads of free things to do and see in my favourite Scottish city.
Visit Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
The great thing about Glasgow is that it has a multitude of free museums that visitors and locals can visit. Kelvingrove, in the West End of the city, […]
If you’re a regular visitor to my blog then you’ll known that I’m absolutely head over heels in love with my beautiful country, Scotland.
Whenever I meet people who haven’t explored Scotland yet I always try to convince them that they need to visit. I tell them about how friendly Scottish people are, our breathtaking landscapes, delicious food, great culture and […]
Spring is in full swing and it feels amazing after a long, cold winter that felt like it would pretty much never end here in Scotland. The spring weather has been kind here recently and I’ve been able to work outside in the sunshine, have BBQ’s and generally get really excited for summer.
Here’s my favourite things about spring:
1. Lighter nights
Although I take the majority of my travel photos with my trusty iPhone 5S, I still love using my camera for those extra special places that I know I want to get really high quality images of.
My camera, an Olympus bridge camera, is perfect for me when I’m travelling as it’s fairly light and compact. The only thing I wasn’t […]
Happy Monday guys!
As I’m currently in Portugal relaxing, exploring and enjoying some much needed sunshine, I thought for today’s post I would share some great content I’ve seen around the internet lately.
Here’s some of the links I’ve been loving of late:
I don’t have a bucket list but if I did I’d want it to be more of a moral bucket […]
So you and a bunch of your friends or family have decided that you’d like to take a trip as a group and you’ve been nominated as the person to research and book it all? Lucky you!
Planning a trip for a group of people can be tough as it’s often difficult to please everyone and the person who does the […]
“I’ve been many places and it’s always different from what you expect…it never is the way you imagine”
I recently read these words in a book (this one if you’re wondering) and it got me thinking a lot about travel and the expectations we have about places.
Whenever we travel we have expectations. It’s human nature to have ideas of what a place […]