When you think of UK city breaks where do you think of? Cambridge for the architecture? Manchester for the bars? Glasgow for the Art? Well I have a new suggestion for you....Hull. You might be surprised by my suggestion, but I bet you in a few months time you'll be kicking yourself that you didn't … Continue reading Make Hull your next UK City Break
Hull is packed full of hidden gems; it's definitely one of those cities that without the proper guidance you might miss a lot of what it has to offer. For this reason, the first thing I chose to do as soon as I arrived in the city was to go on a guided walk of … Continue reading A guided walk of Hull Old Town
I travel so much that sometimes I forget how beautiful the UK is. Recently however, I took a little trip to The New Forest, an area in South West Hampshire around 2 1/2 hours drive from London. You hear the term, area of outstanding natural beauty a lot, but it rings true for the New … Continue reading A Weekend Break in the New Forest
"Help!", I cried as I ran into the only place in the small village in rural Peru with a light on. My boyfriend had had a terrible allergic reaction to something and his face, eyes & throat were swelling up incredibly quickly...what to say next though, knowing how to order a beer in Spanish wouldn't … Continue reading Learning a language – with Rosetta Stone
Now, I know I already wrote about this subject, but I had so much incredible video footage from my last trip that I thought I should make a short clip showcasing my top 5 reasons to visit J&K. I'd love to hear your favourite things about the region too, so comment underneath!
In May & June 2016 I was lucky enough to travel throughout Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, India. Some parts of the region are sometimes prone to turbulence, so for me to visit such a range of places so freely & be involved with the communities was a wonderful opportunity, as I was able to see … Continue reading The Road to Srinagar
If you're following the Peru Gringo trail then you've probably spent a few days dusty & dry and on a variety of buses. Then suddenly, out of the desert appears a compact oasis resort, a dreamy lagoon surrounded by palm trees and 200m high dunes, welcome to Huacachina. Huacachina has a dozen hostels and hotels … Continue reading Add this desert Oasis onto your bucket list – Huacachina