What will travel look like post COVID?

Whilst we eagerly await our return to travel, what will that really look like post COVID and when will we get back to normality? As leaders in the travel industry try to pave the way for the travel industry getting back to some ‘normality’, with the SOS Tourism campaign flying its flags high, the reopening…

Keep Well, Be Positive. We Will Travel Again Soon.

Whoever would have thought travelling to another part of the country (nevermind abroad) would of been so far out of reach? With travel off limits, my holidays cancelled and the days till a new getaway getting further and further from me, I cannot help wonder about where and when I will get to go next…

COVID Chaos.

And here we all were, looking to talk about something else other than Brexit. Now the word on everybody’s lips and running through everyones minds is the Coronavirus. You turn on your TV, scroll through your phone, listen to the radio and the word rings through your ears. I don’t think anyone could of quite…

The Low Blows Of Travel

Let’s be honest, travelling isn’t always perky, however the lows are a laugh (maybe after the dust has settled). I don’t quite believe I can find the ‘negative’ in travelling, but when I think back of all the experiences I’ve had and what I’ve learnt along the way, it sure does give me a laugh…

Dubai. So Much Is Possible.

Dubai is a place full of world record holders, from buildings to electronics and more. It’s very easy to embrace this magical city and all its great heights without even trying. But beyond the big lights and sounds of Dubai, lies a whole lot more… Worlds Largest Indoor Rainforest One of the lesser known attractions,…

Shock Nudity, Surprising Heat & Sick Surfing (From A Jack Russell)

Firstly, I must apologise (to myself) for neglecting this blog, I think about what to write on here regularly, but always seem to pass by the opportunity to get some writing done, so as I sit here sweltering on the hottest day the UK has ever experienced, Im thinking about a holiday which surprised me…

48 Hours In Alicante

Sometimes you just reach the point in time, when you just need a break. However my work doesn’t allow endless holidays (boo) and so I compromised with 48 hours in Spain (using only half a days holiday). Obsessed with travelling, I’d fit a holiday and tick off a destination in a lunchtime if it was…

NYE Milan

Breaking in the New Year in a memorable way is something that has never been on the radar for me, spending most helping my boyfriend DJ, or with friends at the local pub. I don’t doubt the importance of spending it with loved ones, but I oozed the enthusiasm to book a holiday, and spend…

Scouse It Up In 48 Hours

Liverpool, known for its football clubs, musical talent, culture…and scousers wearing rollers in public… And what a glorious place it is! There’s so much to do and see, there’s certainly something for everyone, so the ex-city-of-culture is definitely worth a few days of a lifetime (if not your whole lifetime)! Shopping & Eating Start your…

No One Knows Like Grandpa

We all have someone who we value dearly and hold their opinions and thoughts close. Mine is my grandad, who’s helped me build my concept of the world since I can remember. Every Saturday when I was younger, my grandad would sit me down with books/maps of the world and teach me all kinds. Maybe…

Girl’s Just Want To Have Fun

I’d like to start my next blog post off with my new FAVE app! The ‘LuckyTrip’ app was advertised to me when boringly flicking through Instagram stories and I felt inspired. Sometimes my head is filled with too many places to visit, but this skips all the hassle of finding flights, a nice hotel and…

We’ve been Rome-ing

When in Rome…do absolutely anything and you’ll love every second (not quite as catchy, but true). I’d been longing to discover the boot-shaped beauty for as long as I can remember and when a dark and wet February evening was resorted to looking at holidays, my magic discounts and bargain hunting skills took to the…