A Few Days in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city is one of the most charming, historical and picturesque cities in the world. Fact. It's a city I never tire of visiting and I'm lucky that it's only around an hour Read more

Amazing Christmas Gifts for Travellers

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmaaaaas! It's getting colder outside, it's getting darker earlier and everyone is getting ready for Christmas whether they like it or not. Are you looking for the perfect Christmas Read more

Things I've Learnt from Travel

Recently I've been thinking a lot about the way in which travel has influenced my life. I think it's important to stop every so often and take stock of how much I've learnt, not only Read more

10 Photos to Make You Want to Visit Kotor, Montenegro

I didn't really know what to expect the first time I visited Kotor in Montenegro. I'd heard it was beautiful but I certainly wasn't prepared for just how beautiful it would be. The town Read more

Things That Will (Probably) Go Wrong When You Travel

No matter how often you travel things always manage to go wrong. They can be big things or little things but the way they affect your trip all depends on how you react to Read more

My October Travel Blogging Round Up

Where I've Been Well, October has been a little bit of a disappointing month travel wise. I was supposed to be going to Madrid for a long weekend break with my Mum as we like Read more

10 Photos to Make You Want to Visit Kotor, Montenegro

Posted on by Emma Gray in Montenegro, Travel Tales | 3 Comments

I didn’t really know what to expect the first time I visited Kotor in Montenegro. I’d heard it was beautiful but I certainly wasn’t prepared for just how beautiful it would be. The town of Kotor sits in The Bay of Kotor and the views are absolutely breathtaking.

VISIT KOTOR, MONTENEGRO

Kotor has one of the most well preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Read more

My 2013 Travel Adventures

Posted on by Emma Gray in China, Croatia, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Montenegro, Scotland, Singapore, Travel Tales, Vietnam | 10 Comments

2013 has been a pretty big travel year for me. I’ve visited fourteen different countries including six brand new ones taking my total number of countries to 33. Not bad!

I began the year watching fireworks light up the sky over Edinburgh Castle surrounded by other lovely travel bloggers. We were at the beginning of a whirlwind trip around Scotland seeing all that my beloved country has to offer. Everyone adored their time in Scotland and I was like a proud mother hen showing off the best parts of my country to everyone. Shockingly for Scotland the weather even behaved and we had warm temperatures, no snow and very little rain. Thanks, Mother Nature!
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The Bay of Kotor

Posted on by Emma Gray in Cruising, Destinations, Montenegro, Travel Tales | 5 Comments

I travelled to six different countries in June, and subsequently many of the places I visited were a bit of a blur. One of the places that stood out for all the right reasons was the Montenegrin city of Kotor, and the stunning bay which is sits at the head of.
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The Beauty of Kotor

Posted on by Emma Gray in Montenegro | 2 Comments

The destination that most surprised me on my Eastern Mediterranean cruise earlier this year was definitely Kotor, Montenegro.

I knew to get to the city of Kotor the ship sailed down the bay of the same name, and I’d heard it had all the looks and character of a fiord, despite actually being a ria. Having sailed down a real fiord before, and seen some of the most beautiful sails in different countries, I really wasn’t expecting anything too exciting.

But I was so wrong.

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