I get a lot of people asking just what exactly is always in my bag when I travel. There are quite a few things I can’t leave home without whether my trip is long or short and I think, after visiting 35 countries in 24 years, I’ve finally mastered the art of packing.
I’m in that group of people who absolutely love packing for their next adventure and it really gets me in the mood to get back out on the road again. Here’s the things I absolutely won’t leave home without… Read more
You know that familiar scenario – you’ve booked every other detail of your trip except the accommodation, because every time you go to look it seems like there are way too many options? Yup, we’ve all been there.
I’ve stayed in all different kinds of accommodation on my travels through 35 different countries, such as stately homes, hostels, castles, luxury lodges, five star hotels, beachfront cottages, quirky apartments and everything else in between.
A room in a castle is definitely the right kind of room for me!
Just how exactly do you make sure you pick the right accommodation for your trip? Here’s some questions to ask yourself before you book anything…
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…
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…
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!
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
Glasgow, the nearest city to my little village, has always been somewhere I’ve loved exploring. I cringe when visitors to Scotland only go to Edinburgh and miss out on all the great things Glasgow has to offer.
With the Commonwealth Games being held in Glasgow the spotlight has been firmly on the city and boy has it been shining.
The Commonwealth Games installation in George Square