So I know what you’re thinking – I’ve been travelling for 5 months now and my Instagram is the photo of envy.
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 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.
I don’t know about you but I love a good quote! I think it’s just a great way to remind ourselves of certain things and that we aren’t alone in this big wide world.
Pretty self explanatory but thought it would be a cool idea to provide an A-Z list of my top travel tips!
As someone currently planning on a long trip travelling I understand how many things need to be pre-arranged before your travels and in all honesty my motto is the more organised you are, the less stressful your trip will be.
Flying can be a really daunting part of travelling for people and even though I have been on a plane more times than I can count I have to admit it does still freak me out a little bit.
It’s a question that we all ask ourselves – when is the right time to do something? Is there ever a right time? Well for me there is and mine is right now.
The most common thing I hear people say that they hate about going away is the travelling, specifically the airport.
As a girl currently trying to save up for travelling I can really emphasise with how hard it really is.