Photos speak a thousand words. Take a look at my top 5 photos I’ve taken from my travels so far on my iPhone.
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!
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.
I have been to many of the Greek and Spanish islands and I have to be honest you do start to think they’re all fairly the same. However, having just got back from a week in Crete I can say 100% it is one of my favourite islands I have visited.
If you’re looking for somewhere that will be warm even during the winter then Marrakech should be top of your list. Packed full of culture, history and shopping galore Marrakech is the perfect little break.
Living in the UK I think we sometimes take for granted the really gorgeous places we have close to home and one of those I recently visited was Manorbier in Wales.
So I made a decision that from my 23rd Birthday (no idea why I chose then) that every year I would spend my Birthday away from home, let’s call it a Birthday treat to myself! One place I had top of my list that I had always wanted to go was Amsterdam
So after volunteering one month at the elephant sanctuary in Knysna I travelled to Cape Town for three nights to see what the famous city had to offer.
South Africa is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places I have ever stepped foot on. There are not many places in the world where you can see amazing sunsets, wild animals, ocean and mountains all in one place – but South Africa? Of course you can.