I’ve overcome my laziness to make more travel plans for this year. In August, I’ll be jetting off to Colombia to work with sloths in a rescue centre. By which I mean I’ll be looking after the sloths, not working alongside them. I have to pay the deposit by next week, then there’s no going...Read More
Is there an in between? One of my biggest inspirations is a close friend of mine. Not only is she a wonderful person, she is also an ex Olympian athlete who owns more medals than anyone I know and is about to finish a degree that she studied for while training for the biggest event...Read More
As I’ve discovered in my recent trip planning, a one way ticket to Denmark costs approximately £27.00-£96.00 depending on times, airports, companies etc. Honestly, I found it more believable that I’d read the prices wrong and that the flights cost into the thousands. In reality, I could make a round trip to and back from...Read More
Sometimes you just need to get out of London, so last weekend my date and I decided to sample Bristol. Friends had been raving about the shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife, so it sounded perfect for my 48 hours out of London. On a recommendation I had booked the Hotel du Vin, a small chain of...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
On the centennial year of the beginning of World War One, I visited the small Belgian town of Ypres, or Ieper as its Dutch name is. I didn’t actually plan this, but my Belgium trip was in 2014 and I didn’t feel I could go to the country without visiting Ypres. After all, it’s a...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
My very first solo holiday adventure was a month long stay at an elephant refuge centre in Thailand. Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand saves all types of animals, from gibbons to bears, but I only worked with the resident elephants. They were a bunch of lovely, retired old ladies and one young male who’d been rescued...Read More
Amsterdam is a place I never really thought I would visit; maybe I was intimidated by its famous stories prostitution and drug-hazed weekends and assumed I’d save an interesting trip for when I’m ‘older’. However, when searching for gift ideas for my boyfriend’s 21st birthday, I came to see that Amsterdam would be the perfect...Read More
Hello from Norway! At this very moment I’m sitting in my hostel room in Oslo congratulating myself on a job well done. I’ve been using Google maps on my phone to navigate my way around the city, and it’s been working well so far. Until today. Today, perhaps because of the cold, my phone died...Read More
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