Have you kept a travel journal to capture all of your wanderlust? I’m so pleased I started this practice at the age of 22 when I went on my first solo trip across South America and Western Europe. Documenting my travel is a true pleasure and is perhaps what I am obsessed with London-based travel […]
Sitting outside our hostel accommodation in the small town of Rurrenabaque, Bolivia is the one and only time I have seen the Milky Way. A band of glittery stars, speckles and dust illuminated across the pitch black sky. We had returned from drinks at a local bar. It had been a real struggle to find […]
One of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes (ro-dos) abounds in beaches, wooded valleys and ancient history.
Winding through lanes that were only wide enough for one; the sky was growing darker and I had two thoughts…. Please don’t be camping in the middle of winter And then, Please please be one of those awesome treehouses I’ve seen on Canopy & Stars. This is my belated birthday surprise weekend away. Organised totally […]
For many of us, the first shivers of that festive feeling come as we meander through the pines and firs at the local Christmas tree stall. Yet, while we become evermore conscious of the environmental impact of our spending, the question of whether artificial or real Christmas trees have a lower carbon footprint has become top of the eco-friendly Yuletide agenda. Do we […]
I visited Kenya in September 2019 and these places were ‘top of the list’ on Trip Advisor at the time. There are so many amazing things to do in Kenya, but I’ve only included the places that I personally visiting on the list below: Maasai Market, Nairobi Nai Nami Storytelling Tour, Nairobi David Sheldrick Elephant […]