My 2021 Goals

Happy New Year! I hope you all had a fantastic festive season, and are ready for everything 2021 brings!
I’ve chosen five goals to attempt to achieve by the end of the year!

My 6 Favourite Hostel Experiences

Hostels are such a great option for a safe and inexpensive accommodation. If you’re a solo traveller, they’re a great choice for getting to meet new people and to get to know the area.
So I thought I’d share my top 6 hostels from my travels around the world…

7 Quotes to Inspire You to Travel Solo

Solo Travel is a great thing. It allows you to discover the world on your own terms, learn about yourself, and make the memories that you want to make. When you Solo Travel, the world really is your oyster. So I though I’d share 7 of my favourite Solo Travel quotes to inspire you toContinue reading “7 Quotes to Inspire You to Travel Solo”

An Ultimate Guide to: Warsaw, Poland

We spent just over a week in Warsaw, discovering just what makes this capital city so special, and exploring a new world of food, history and culture.

Planning a trip to Warsaw? Make sure you read on to discover what you need to visit during your time in Poland’s biggest city!

Chernobyl, Ukraine

One of our main reasons for visiting Ukraine was to head to Chernobyl. It’s always been on my radar and so I was determined to try and visit the site whilst we were travelling around Eastern Europe. We visited Chernobyl with a tour group called Chernobyl Tour, who run various tours within the exclusion zone.Continue reading “Chernobyl, Ukraine”

Stray New Zealand: An Honest Review

Whilst we’ve been in lockdown, I’ve been reminiscing about the trips I’ve taken, and the sights I’ve seen. In 2018 I was in New Zealand, having the trip of a lifetime. I experienced so many unique things, made friends for life and fell in love with the people, the wildlife and the country. So IContinue reading “Stray New Zealand: An Honest Review”

An Ultimate Guide to: Kyiv, Ukraine

Kyiv is a phenomenal city. Through out its history it was been used as a port and was the first Eastern Slavic State. Since World War Two, the city – and country – has worked hard to redevelop and expand it’s economic, cultural and tourist departments.