V&A Waterfront If you are looking for a place to splash some cash, then you will certainly be at home at the V&A Waterfront. This shopping mall has got all your favourite high street brands as well as the high end designers all under one roof. The sprawling restaurant scene that boarders the port offers...Read More
Colombia still has a notorious reputation across the world, spawned by its booming cocaine business that fed the USA for a number of years and is only just starting to be overturned. With an uneven balance of power between private landowners and the government, there was a feeling of tentative authority when I visited. The...Read More
The recent troubles in Belgium, terrorists squatting there like an insidious mould that just won’t shift, may discourage many people from visiting. It’s a crying shame that these groups see everyday life and beautiful places, and can only think of doing something ugly to them. Of course we try not to let them win, though...Read More
I’m on my second week in Colombia, and the bright, bustling and hot city of Medellín. I wasn’t sure what to make of this country at first, it’s so alien and confusing in its architecture, design and casual atmosphere. But now I’ve got to know it better, I think that I’m adjusting to this new...Read More
For my trip around Belgium, I had to face the reality of staying in hostels. By which I mean that I had a set idea of what hostels were, and had yet to experience what they were really like. I planned three weeks travelling around various cities, and aside from one B&B on my brief...Read More
I know this is a bit late, but the bombings that occurred in Brussels last week made me flinch and grind my teeth with anger. This is not how Belgium should become a household place name, it’s not how people should hear of Brussels or see its architecture, beauty and culture. I’m sad to see...Read More
My first ever trip abroad was a week long holiday to Iceland with my parents. I know, I said the first trip I planned was my Thailand adventure, which is very true. My mum and dad didn’t think a fifteen hour flight with a stopover in Oslo should have been my first experience of flying,...Read More
In my wanderings around Belgium, I of course stopped off at perhaps its most famous city: Bruges. I even set aside more time for it, anticipating there’d be more to see and was right to do so. Not only are there plenty of attractions, churches and spires to visit, Bruges itself is just a pleasant...Read More
Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the delightful city of Rome. Full of wonder and charm, Rome is an ideal location for sites that will leave you breathless, history that will continuously have you full and people that will keep you smiling. We got lost, very lost, and it was perfect. We ate too...Read More
Before I left England I was adamant that a day trip to Chiang Mai’s Tiger Kingdom was not something that would be on my agenda whist traveling. The draw of seeing a tiger up close and personal is one I could understand fully, but what I failed to fathom was how people could support these...Read More
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