808, 2016

Tips for Travelling By Train in France

By |August 8th, 2016|Cruise Tips, Destinations, France, Travel Tips|0 Comments

I feel very lucky to have travelled extensively through France and have done so many times by train. Train travel is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get around in France. Plus it’s a good way to see some of the gorgeous countryside and dramatic coastlines that it’s blessed with.

I’ve only ever had positive experiences with train travel […]

1407, 2016

Great Destinations for Solo Travel

By |July 14th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|2 Comments

Deciding to travel solo can be a pretty big deal, especially if you’ve never done it before. You might feel like you’re stepping way outside of your comfort zone, or it might feel perfectly natural if you’re used to doing it. However solo travel makes you feel it’s always worth searching for destinations that are easy and fun to travel […]

1107, 2016

How to Get the Best Out of Any Destination in Two Days

By |July 11th, 2016|Travel Tips|0 Comments

If you only have a couple of days to travel you might be forgiven for thinking something along the lines of ‘there’s not much point I won’t be able to see lots of things’ or ‘I’ll hardly have any time to explore/relax/sightsee’,  and you might be (partially) right.

Of course it’s always preferable to travel somewhere for a longer period of […]

2006, 2016

How to Ace Solo Travel (and still have fun!)

By |June 20th, 2016|Travel Tips|0 Comments

Solo travel is one of those subjects that completely divides people. There are many who would never dream of travelling alone for fear of being labelled a loner, or because they don’t have the confidence to get out there themselves. Other people live for solo travel and think nothing of hopping on a plane for a solo adventure.

I’m somewhere in […]

1606, 2016

How to Survive if You’re Not Travelling Anywhere This Summer

By |June 16th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|0 Comments

fWhen you think of summer I’m pretty sure that one of the top things that comes to mind is a fabulous summer holiday, but what if you’re not travelling anywhere this summer? You might be used to summer holidays every year but for whatever reason (saving, other commitments, work etc) you might not have one planned for this year. Boo!

Browsing […]

606, 2016

Places to Avoid Travelling to in Summer

By |June 6th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|3 Comments

Last week I shared 8 great summer travel destinations with you all but today I’m going to be a little controversial and share a few places to avoid travelling to in summer.

Summer travel can be amazing, or it can be hot, busy and not as much fun as you’d like it to be. Here’s some places to avoid if you […]

905, 2016

How to Ease the Pain of Returning from a Trip

By |May 9th, 2016|Travel Tips|1 Comment

Post-travel blues. We’ve all been there.

I’m sure all of us know the sinking feeling of returning home after an incredible trip feeling a little sad to be back to reality. You know you’re going to have to get back to your everyday routine, back to work, back to paying bills, running errands and cleaning your home. And, quite frankly, it […]

505, 2016

Simple Ways to Travel More

By |May 5th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|0 Comments

Let’s face it, given the chance pretty much everyone would agree that they’d like to travel more, experience more and do more than their lives currently allow.

Maybe you don’t earn as much as you’d like to enable you to travel more, maybe you’re busy saving for a car or a house and don’t have the extra cash for jet-setting, or […]

2804, 2016

Luxury For Less: 8 Places Your Money Will Go Further

By |April 28th, 2016|Travel Tales, Travel Tips|2 Comments

I’m a big fan of luxury experiences and getaways, but I don’t always like paying a tonne of money to have an incredible experience. That’s part of the reason why I love to mix up my travel destinations and stay in some expensive places, as well as some cheaper ones, so that I can get more for my money and […]

1804, 2016

How to Cancel a Hotel Reservation

By |April 18th, 2016|Travel Tips|0 Comments

‘How to Cancel a Hotel Reservation’ isn’t exactly the sexiest of blog titles, but it *is* useful and something I’ve had to do a fair few times myself.

My partner Thomas has a pretty unpredictable job that can take him all over the world at very short notice so quite often we have to cancel plans and bookings if something changes […]