In 2018 I headed to New Zealand, convinced I’d never do a skydive or bungee jump. But low and behold, a skydive is what I did. Here’s the lowdown on my skydive experience!
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!
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”
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”
No matter where you end up travelling, sometimes you just need a good old travel hack to make your trip that bit smoother. From packing to flight booking, here are my top 8 Travel Hacks. Roll Roll Roll I always used to be a folder when I packed my bag. Maybe that’s from my dadContinue reading “My Top Travel Hacks”
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”
Living in the North-East of England, Edinburgh is only a couple of hours away on the train. And that makes it a perfect location for a day trip. December 2019 I headed up to the Scottish Capital, and here’s what we got up to… Christmas Markets You just can’t beat a Christmas Market. From handmadeContinue reading “Edinburgh, UK”