My September Travel Blogging Round Up

A random collection of pretty pictures from some of my September travel adventures. Where I've Been September has been a really busy travel month for me. I took an amazing 2 week cruise with Holland America Read more

Why Everyone Should Travel Solo At Least Once

I absolutely believe that everyone -male or female, young or old, single or married - should travel solo at least once in their lifetime. I've travelled solo to many different countries for many different Read more

Best Places to Visit in Spain

Spain is definitely one of my favourite countries in the world and I love being just a short plane ride away from the land of tapas, sangria and sunshine. There are so many fantastic places Read more

How to Successfully Master Visiting Markets When Travelling

Markets can be great places to visit when you're travelling. Often they'll be frequented by local people and you can really get a good sense of a place from visiting it's markets and seeing Read more

3 Months at Home; The Effects of Not Travelling

It's the beginning of September and I haven't left the United Kingdom since the end of May. Three whole months. That might seem like a short space of time for some people, but not Read more

My Travel Fiction Book Must Reads

I've been into books and reading for as long as I can remember and when I was a kid I even used to ask for books as gifts when it came to Christmas or Read more

Best Places to Visit in Spain

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Spain is definitely one of my favourite countries in the world and I love being just a short plane ride away from the land of tapas, sangria and sunshine.
BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN SPAIN

There are so many fantastic places to visit in Spain and I’m lucky enough to  have explored many of them (but still have lots more to see!). Here’s my favourite places to visit in Spain… Read more

What NOT To Do When Visiting India

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

I’ve already written lots about things you should know before visiting India, what you should wear in India and my thoughts on the country since my trip there last year. It’s a colourful, crazy, incredible country that is so different from anywhere else that I’ve ever visited.
WHAT NOT TO DO WHEN VISITING INDIA

There’s a lot of things that you should know before visiting India but here’s some of the things you should remember NOT to do when visiting India… Read more

Top 6 Places to Visit in Italy

Posted on by Emma Gray in Italy, Travel Tales | Leave a comment

Italy is one of my absolute favourite countries in the world. Whenever I think of Italy I think of the delicious food, beautiful scenery, incredible history, stylish Italian people, laid-back lifestyle and of course all the fantastic places that I’ve been lucky enough to explore around the fabulous boot-shaped country.

Here’s my absolute favourites so far…

Venice

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10 Reasons to Love the South of France

Posted on by Emma Gray in France, Travel Tales | 2 Comments

The South of France, also known as the Côte d’Azur or French Riviera, is one of my absolute favourite regions in the world. I’ve been lucky enough to have travelled there many, many times and for me there are SO many reasons to love this stunning area. 

I’ve had a serious think about it and come up with my best 10 reasons to love the South of France…
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Top 5 Places to Visit in The UK

Posted on by Emma Gray in England, Scotland, Travel Tales | 2 Comments

I’m a firm believer that the UK is full of some incredible, interesting and beautiful places that are often overlooked in favour of more exotic destinations further afield. Here’s my pick of what I think are the best places to visit in the UK…

1. Edinburgh

EDINBURGH-VIEW, BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN UK

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Glasgow from Above; A Visit to Glasgow Tower

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

I’ve written so many articles about my love for Glasgow on here and it’s a city I never tire of exploring and seeing from new angles. Imagine how excited I was when that angle was to be 127 metres off the ground overlooking the entire city!

GLASGOW TOWER

The view from the bottom…

Glasgow Tower, which stands right next to the Science Centre in the West of the city, is the only structure in the world that is capable of rotating 360 degrees. Read more

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