Before a Trip, How Much Planning is Too Much?

After a long period of time spent living in London, I am finally planning a big trip. I’ve booked a one-way-flight. There’s no going back. I’ve been meaning to go backpacking ever since my last long trip five years ago,... Continue Reading →


Modern Milan

Traditionally, Milan is viewed as the enclave of the super rich and the fashion elite, but there is a different side to the city; a side that is far more accessible and inclusive. My sister, my friend and I stayed... Continue Reading →

Bars and Baths in Budapest

A weekend in Budapest was the perfect way to bring in the wintery months. With cheap flights from London and Airbnb accommodation it was a very affordable city break, and there was lots to see and do. Here are a few... Continue Reading →

The Best of Amsterdam

This post is actually the culmination of a few short trips to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. I feel that I have now experienced enough of this gorgeous city to put together a fairly comprehensive review that includes some of the... Continue Reading →

Returning to Hong Kong

Recently, I was lucky enough to return to Hong Kong, four years since my last trip. Hong Kong is the ultimate ‘east meets west’ destination. Skyscrapers – and there are a lot of skyscrapers – sit alongside bustling Chinese-style markets... Continue Reading →

Australia’s Northern Beaches

This part of Australia is very close to my heart because it is where my dad grew up, and where a lot of my family still live. But aside from that, it is also a beautiful part of the world... Continue Reading →

A Month in Bali

Bali is Indonesia’s most-visited island. Already a popular holiday destination with Australians, Bali’s natural beauty is also beginning to draw visitors from further afield. From its emerald green rice fields, to its mystical temples guarded by stone dragons and the... Continue Reading →

Off the Beaten Track in Thailand

Thailand is becoming a bit of a cliché among Brits, its islands and beaches have become a target for the boozing, tanning, holidaymaker, which takes away from some of the amazing things that it has to offer. Away from the... Continue Reading →

Backpacking in Morocco

Morocco is ideal for backpackers. It's cheap, easy to get to from Europe and has loads to offer. The weather, the colours and the smells are all intoxicating and the people are warm and friendly. My friend and I stayed... Continue Reading →

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