1109, 2017

Where to Travel in Autumn 2017

By |September 11th, 2017|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|0 Comments

Summer seems to have passed by in a flash and there’s now less than two weeks to go until the official beginning of autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere. If you want to get away somewhere special this autumn, then here are a few fantastic options…
The Canary Islands, Spain

 If you’re not yet ready to embrace autumn and you’d much […]

304, 2017

Places I Want to Visit in the USA

By |April 3rd, 2017|Life, Travel Tips|1 Comment

Although I’ve travelled extensively, America hasn’t been somewhere I’ve explored. Sure, I visited Florida as a child and went to ALL the theme parks, but that doesn’t really count.

America is one of the largest countries in the world, so it’s no surprise there are so many places there that I want to visit, I just need to get around to […]

902, 2017

Budgeting for Travel

By |February 9th, 2017|Travel Tips|4 Comments

What’s one of the things you wish you had more money to spend on? Clothes, shoes, handbags, eating out, travel? Travel is definitely my choice.

To have money to spend on travel I like to budget my money when and where I can. Here are my top tips for budgeting for travel…
Spend less in certain areas
There are certain things I […]

2601, 2017

Websites for Travel Booking and Inspiration

By |January 26th, 2017|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|0 Comments

1. Skyscanner

Skyscanners website allows you to search for cheap flights anytime of year. Compare flight prices in different months, weeks and specific dates. They also have this really cool feature that allows you to search for flights from your chosen airport to ‘everywhere’ so you can see exactly where you can fly to and how much for on any given […]

512, 2016

5 Perfect Ingredients for a Winter City Break

By |December 5th, 2016|Life, Travel Tips|0 Comments

I love, love, love winter city breaks (okay, I love any kind of city break!). A winter city break is so different from a sunny, summer city break. It has a totally different feeling and you’ll do loads of different things that you wouldn’t on a summer city break.

I’m actually just back from a fantastic winter city break. I spent the weekend […]

2111, 2016

How to Pack Light

By |November 21st, 2016|Packing Lists & What to Wear In..., Travel Tips|1 Comment

Packing light is kind of like the holy grail. Everyone wants to be able to achieve it, but actually doing it can seem impossible. You want to fit everything into a carry on but just can’t figure out how.

I’d far rather carry a smaller bag when I travel as it just makes things so much easier. No dragging a big […]

1011, 2016

How to Plan Your Dream Holiday

By |November 10th, 2016|Travel Tips|1 Comment

I am a planner. I always have been. It’s in my DNA to plan, plan and plan a little bit more. I love the feeling of being organised and that extends to when I travel. Before a trip I’ll always spend quite a bit of time researching what I want to see, do, eat and drink in a destination. So, […]

711, 2016

4 Christmas Markets to Visit This Year

By |November 7th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|3 Comments

It’s officially November, which means it’s time to start getting excited about Christmas! Woohoo!

I absolutely adore Christmas and get to ridiculously excited about it every single year. I’m such a big kid and Christmas markets are my idea of heaven. I love strolling around the stands, seeing whats on offer, buying Christmas decorations, heating up with delicious hot chocolate and […]

310, 2016

Five Great Autumn City Break Ideas

By |October 3rd, 2016|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Autumn officially kicked off here last month and this is one of my favourite times of year for a city break. Not too cold like the middle of winter and not too hot like the sticky summer, but just right.

Although this autumn I won’t be doing any travelling because I’m busy moving house, I am still lusting after an autumn […]

2609, 2016

Why Solo Travel Makes You More Independent

By |September 26th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|2 Comments

Solo travel can be scary, but it can also be wonderful, life-changing, unforgettable and have a seriously good impact on your day-to-day life. I’m a firm believer that solo travel makes you more independent, and here are some of the reasons why…
You eat alone 
Lets face it, eating alone can be scary. There’s the awkward moment where you have to ask […]