With warmer weather on the way, and the potential for a UK break looking more and more possible as the weeks go by, here are 5 great road-trip ideas to whet your appetite for a summer exploring the UK.
If you’re planning a trip to New Zealand and you’re a film fanatic, here are my top 5 locations you NEED to visit!
Ah the North of England. I might be biased since I’ve lived here all my life, but I really don’t think you’ll find a better place on the planet. With phenomenal scenery, stunning architecture and friendly people, there are tonnes of fantastic places you can visit up North. Here’s my top 5 places I reckon everyone should have on their UK Bucket List.
Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or heading out on your very first trip, there will inevitably be something you forget (or almost forget…) to pack.
So here’s my handy A-Z guide of every travel essential you will need for your next adventure!
With breath-taking scenery, vibrant culture and rich history, a trip to County Durham is well worth taking. Read on for my top 5 locations to visit if you’re planning a trip to the North-East!
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… Continue Reading “Chernobyl, Ukraine”
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… Continue Reading “Stray New Zealand: An Honest Review”
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.