back to Cardiff – one of my favourite cities on the planet – and have a much needed break away from the craziness of work.
With over 1000 years of history, Warwick Castle is the perfect place to visit to capture England’s rich and vibrant history. With the opportunity to stay in Medieval Knights Tents, it’s the perfect mini break for your staycation!
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!
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.
Barnard Castle is a little market town in County Durham (located in the North-East of England). It’s the town I grew up in, went to primary school in, and have worked in for years. It’s the town I do life in. Full of culture, history and breath-taking landscapes, Barney (as us locals call it) isContinue reading “An Ultimate Guide to: Barnard Castle, UK”
We all know travel is limited at the moment. And who knows how much longer international borders will be closed, flights will be grounded and tourist hotspots will stand empty. But when that day comes where we can all head back to the airport, or even venture to the other side of the country forContinue reading “7 Quotes to Inspire you to Travel after Covid-19”
We visited Krakow and Auschwitz last summer as part of our European adventure. Find out what we got up to in Krakow here. Auschwitz was one of the most interesting yet harrowing things I’ve ever experienced. And to be honest, words can’t truly describe the experience of visiting this camp. But I wanted to tryContinue reading “Auschwitz”
Krakow was the first stop on our visit to Poland. Our main reason for stopping off in the city was to visit Auschwitz, however we made sure to spend some time exploring the city and getting a true understanding of the city’s history. We stayed in an Airbnb during our time in Krakow, which wasContinue reading “Krakow, Poland”
Bratislava was a bit of pit-stop for us. We spent 36 hours in the city, mainly catching up on sleep, washing, and eating some proper home made food. But we still made sure we explored the city, visited some of it’s main attractions and met some of the incredible locals. One of the highlights ofContinue reading “Bratislava, Slovakia”
Georgia had been on my radar for a while. I didn’t know too much about it’s history, the geography, the culture; and that just made me want to visit even more. I was excited to discover just what this country had to offer and what gems it had in store. And it did not disappoint.Continue reading “Tbilisi, Georgia”