So I know what you’re thinking – I’ve been travelling for 5 months now and my Instagram is the photo of envy.
So the day has finally arrived. With my 60-litre backpack full to brim and needing a two-person team to take on the procedure I can’t help already thinking that this is already going to be quite the adventure.
Photos speak a thousand words. Take a look at my top 5 photos I’ve taken from my travels so far on my iPhone.
So one way or another in your travelling life you’re going to have to experience some long haul flights. To help make the journey a little easier and to be prepared I have shared what I think are the top things to have in your hand luggage.
So I haven’t actually written down to you guys what my travel plans are for 2017 so I thought I would write this post in-case you’re interested!
It’s probably that one thing most of us dread doing but unfortunately most of us will have to do it at some point in our lives and my hardest one to date was yesterday.
If you’re looking for a weekend break that’s not too far from home, offers an array of beautiful scenary, shopping and history then I cannot recommend Northern Ireland enough!
Long, short, curly, straight, frizzy the list of hair types is endless and when we go travelling we pretty much couldn’t give a damn. We want a hairstyle that is easy, effortless and most of the time out of the way of our faces
So if you’re looking for a quirky and unique afternoon tea experience in London I would highly reccomend the Mad Hatters Afternoon Tea at the Sanderson Hotel in London.
So as a UK citizen myself, I thought it would be a useful idea to provide some helpful “do” and “don’t” tips for others when visiting London, UK.
Have you met the blog post wall? I sure have and it sucks big time. For someone who hasn’t yet done my big travelling adventure yet it can really hard to keep content alive and think of new, interesting blog posts.
Jet lag is the bane of the timezone-crossing frequent flyers life and my god it’s a bummer but unfortunately cannot be avoided.