For many, holidays are a form of escapism from the stress of real life, a small getaway to remind us that life can be kind to us. Holidays are needed to keep a sense of sanity and something to look forward to. It’s just a shame they always seem to be over so quickly. We’ve...Read More
“I would recommend this hotel 100%, best in Stalis” user008 posted on the holiday forum, and come June 10th 2016 that is where my boyfriend and I found ourselves. Arriving at 10:30PM in the pitch black humid air, we were greeted at our hotel with cooling face towels, a fresh glass of lemon water and welcoming...Read More
As hard as it may be to believe, today marks the first day of summer and everybody is frantically gathering the essentials for their holiday wardrobe. Unfortunately for most of us we often prioritise our time on finding the perfect clothing items, with accessories often becoming an afterthought. A well thought out accessory can make or...Read More
In November, to break the monotony of everyday life I went to Oslo for a week. I’d been wanting to go for a while, and every Scandinavian country is on my list as I like the general culture and history of that part of the world. Oslo has plenty of that and it certainly didn’t...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
Hello from Iceland! This is my third trip here and I’m out in the sticks. A beautifully situated mini cabin with a mountain on one side and a bay on the other. The scenery here is truly spectacular, I could be a happy hermit here, occasionally scuttling out for supplies but mostly either frolicking around...Read More
As summer is approaching and bikini season is just around corner, it is of utmost importance that us girls have out bikinis all sorted and ready for our summer getaways. Buying bikinis early means that we avoid the mad rush come the end of June to find that all of the nicest ones have gone....Read More
The first elephant I met in Thailand, venturing nervously into a wild animal’s enclosure and fairly sure I was going to die, was called Nam Chok. Back then, there were seven elephant residents at the rescue centre where I volunteered, and the day after my fifteen hour flight and hour long drive I was thrown...Read More
It’s almost time for sun-kissed skin and cocktails by the beach, but most of us are panicking about where to jet off to this summer. If you’re really organised, you would have booked your holiday in December and probably saved about £500. But if you’re like me, taking months on end deciding on the perfect...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
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