As Iceland becomes more popular by the day as a tourist destination, there is one place almost everyone stops off at during their time in the beautiful country – The Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is the perfect melting pot of Iceland’s incredible natural geothermal activity and the innovative harnessing of this renewable energy that … More Travel| Iceland – The Blue Lagoon
In my quest for more autumnal adventures (I should have a sort of Autumn Bucket List really) I set my alarm for 5.30am one Saturday in October and drove out to Knole Park, a National Trust property and woodland in Sevenoaks, Kent. My aim was to arrive just before dawn, so that I could catch … More Autumn: The Rut At Knole, Kent
I shouldn’t complain about a swelteringly hot summer, but I’m British and therefore complaining about the weather is a national sport. Therefore, the sight of the weather forecast not hitting above 14 degrees was the sure sign that iced lattes and beach reads should be replaced by hot chocolates and fantasy novels, then scarves and … More Autumn: Pumpkin Picking
As a former Rainbow, Brownie and Guide and the proud owner of a silver DofE, I’ve done my fair share of camping over the years. However, as a sophisticated (or so I like to believe) adult, I thought now was the time to embrace a little glamping into my life. So we packed our things … More Travel| Glamping – Blue Caps Farm
There comes a point when sitting in the sunshine, hearing waves crash against the shore with a huge stack of books next to you is the only thing that occupies my mind. I was lucky enough to fly out to Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, this July to experience to beauty of this volcanic … More Travel| Royal Palm Hotel, Fuerteventura
I’ll be honest, I’d never really thought about a city break in France, asides from the standard trip to Paris, nip up the Eiffel Tower, grab a croissant, snapchat yourself with the Mona Lisa and head home. So when Lille was decided to be destination of choice I grabbed one of the few guidebooks I … More Travel: What To Do In Lille?
When I’m planning a quick city break the location of our hotel is always top of my list. If you’re only spending a few days in a city, then being within easy distance of the top attractions is helpful and can help save on travelling time whilst you’re there! However, often the best locations come … More Travel: Where To Stay In Lille?
Exploring Lumiere London was a welcome break from the bleak grey British winter, and the light installations from international artists did not disappoint. … More London: Lumiere LDN
London is full of ways to pass the time and spend your money, and one of the biggest expenses for any tourist visiting the English capital is accommodation. So if you’re heading into the city to enjoy the festive delights on offer, why not extend your stay and make the most of London by looking … More London in Winter: Extend Your Stay | sponsored post
You may have read my recent blog post on the exciting things I found in Gdnask, Poland. Whilst on this trip, visiting my brother, we spent a fair bit of time in the seaside town of Sopot, about twenty minutes by train away from Gdansk Old Town. Sopot is centred around a long main street which … More Travel: Sopot, Poland