2509, 2017

The Problem with Wanting to Go Everywhere

By |September 25th, 2017|Life, Travel Tales|3 Comments

195 countries, 510.1 million kilometres squared and around 6909 languages make up the world around us. Those are some pretty incredible numbers.

I’ve always been fascinated with the world. I love the sheer number of countries and the diversity among them. This is partly what translates to my love of travel. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of exploring new places, […]

2109, 2017

Looking Back on Summer 2017

By |September 21st, 2017|Life|0 Comments

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but autumn officially begins here in the UK tomorrow (Friday 22nd). That means summer is all but over, and it definitely feels that way with the weather here in Scotland. The temperatures are creeping lower and the days are getting depressing shorter.

The good things about autumn are hauling out my cute […]

1809, 2017

India, Almost

By |September 18th, 2017|Destinations, India, Life|0 Comments

“Let’s go for it then. Let’s just book it,” I said decisively.

I was sitting with Thomas and my parents looking at trips to India. We’d been talking about it back and forth for ages and finally agreed to go for it.

My parents had been looking at trips to India for months after my mum fell in love with India during our […]

1409, 2017

Why I’m Unsure How I Feel About Being Able to Use Mobile Data in Europe

By |September 14th, 2017|Life, Travel Tales|1 Comment

“That’s a bit of a random title for a blog post”, I bet you’re thinking to yourself. I know, I know. I agree. It *is* a random title for a blog post, but I couldn’t think of anything more effective. I couldn’t think of a better way to title something I’m not sure exactly how I feel about. Yes, pretty […]

3108, 2017

August Round-Up

By |August 31st, 2017|Life|0 Comments

What’s been happening in August? 
Wow. August has been a seriously busy month.

At the beginning of the month Thomas’ parents got the keys to their brand new house! We spent over a week painting, stripping wallpaper, moving furniture and making everything perfect before they moved in. We were happy working like mad to get them in and knew we’d all have […]

2408, 2017

My Favourite Place

By |August 24th, 2017|Life, Travel Tales|2 Comments

The question I get asked the most as a travel blogger is definitely ‘where’s your favourite place?’. Whenever I meet anyone new who finds out I’m a travel blogger they’re almost certain to ask this. I can understand why, I’d probably do the same if it was the other way around.

It’s a question I dread though.

I dread it because I […]

3107, 2017

July Round-Up

By |July 31st, 2017|Life|0 Comments

What’s been happening in July?
July has been SUCH a good month!

I started off the month at Archerfield House, enjoying a blissful weekend away with my family and, of course, my pooch Ben. It was a perfect, relaxing weekend that involved good food, even better company and a superb setting.

After that I was home for less than 24 hours unpacking and […]

2707, 2017

The Balance Between Travel and Home

By |July 27th, 2017|Life|0 Comments

My boyfriend Thomas and I bought our first house together last year.

I absolutely love our home. It’s spacious and it’s in a good area. We’ve got it decorated just how we want, we’re close to Glasgow and to our families and friends. It’s pretty much ideal for us at this stage in our lives. We love having our own space, […]

2906, 2017

June Round-Up

By |June 29th, 2017|Life|0 Comments

What’s been happening in June? 
June is almost over already, who can believe it!

June has been a little quieter than May and filled with some really fun things. It’s been a really great month!

I saw in the beginning of the month in Portugal, a holiday that was fantastic and I really enjoyed. Then when we returned there was a family party, […]

2606, 2017

The Importance of Home

By |June 26th, 2017|Life|0 Comments

As much as I love travel, I also love coming home. I love the feeling of walking through my front door into my very own space.

Home is a place I feel comfortable, creative and happy. It says a lot about me and what’s important to me. The home I’m living in now is especially important, as it’s the first home […]