A Quick Overview Of Fes, Morocco!

My Mum and I went to Fes at the beginning of this year and my god, it was utterly beautiful. It was an easy feat to fall in love with Fes. The Medina sucked me in instantly, and made me feel like I was a Moroccan goddess who was perhaps born in the wrong place. I threw flirty glances at the Souks, gawped at the large, colourful doors and fluttered my eyelashes at the Riyad I was staying in. WhatRead more

My 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts Of 2015

Guys, this is a really difficult thing for me to come out and admit, and I hope you don’t judge me too much for it, think any less of me or decide that you want me out of your lives and off of your computer screen for good. But, I just had to admit it somewhere, I had to finally tell someone. I’m just gonna rip off the bandage and come right out with it, hopefully it will be okayRead more

17 Reasons You Should Go To Italy Right This Second

1. It’s probably written in Italian Law somewhere that you need to put down the diet and pick up the carbs. 2. There’s a region called Abruzzo that is so gorgeous and untouched by tourists that I could throw up from happiness. 3. Italian’s are one of the friendliest bunch in the whole wide world… 4. You can go to the Colosseum and shout ‘are you not entertained?!’ at the top of your lungs. 5. The sunset’s are just perfect! 6.Read more

Barcelona: The City Of Dreams..

I first visited Barcelona back in 2013 over Easter break, where although I liked it, I didn’t find myself completely blown away by the City. This time round however I found myself longing to stay. When you’re planning your trip to Barcelona, no amount of time will be enough as there is so much to see and do, so just spring for as long as you can. The sights… Parc de la Ciutadella I’ve always been privy to a goodRead more

The Day I Slithered Into The Harry Potter Studio Tour…

Growing up with the Harry Potter books was a life filled with both fortune and despair. Obviously any life that has had Harry Potter introduced into it is a life worth living; but a life where there is absolutely no escaping the fact that you are just a little Muggle who is never going to receive your acceptance letter from Hogwarts. I’m 24 and even though I can rationalise with the fact that I am never going to get one,Read more

Prague: The Most Beautiful City There Ever Was…

Praha, the most majestic City I’ve ever seen is famous worldwide for its cobbled streets, Jewish quarter, cheap beer & endless beautiful things to go and see. If I received a Czech Koruna for every time a tourist lost their shit over how beautiful something is then I would happily be eating an unlimited supply of goulash accompanied with a beer or two for the rest of my life. The few days that I spent in Prague were absolutely magical.Read more

Potes: La Fiesta de Orujo.

Potes is one of the most beautiful Villages in Cantabria; found in the North of Spain. Some parts of it are so idyllic and beautiful that it looks like it has been plucked right out of a fairytale. With it’s flowing streams and rivers, it’s dated buildings and monuments, and bridges along most of the roads; you may be forgiven for finding time freezes initially as you’re exploring this Spanish gem. Perhaps one of the most better known things aboutRead more

Tagliacozzo, the Ancient Village.

Pronounced TIE-YA-COTSO! Tagliacozzo is an idyllic Medieval Village found in the region of Abruzzo. It is no surprise that it has won the title of being one of Italy’s most beautiful Villages (I borghi piu belli d’italia). I wouldn’t recommend booking a holiday just to the Village, but definitely go to Abruzzo and factor it in as being one of the places that you go and explore. It’s absolutely breathtaking. My friend and I went on a daytrip on the trainRead more

Venice – the City on water.

Venezia, the floating City is famous worldwide for being the city of masks, bridges, water and romance. If I had a sweet English pound for every time a couple went to Venice – seeking a holiday that would make their future grandchildren blush from their own Italian love story – All inclusive of giving each other googly eyes over the table of a restaurant by one of the bridges, whilst eating a plate of (incredibly delicious) spaghetti then I wouldRead more

25 Important lessons you learn from living in Spain.

1) Siesta’s are the holy grail and should be treated as such. Across sea’s we don’t necessarily understand napping as a pivotal part of your day… it’s more like a luxury. But come a day in the middle of the Summer when you are standing at the front of your class in the sweltering heat suffering from a late night – either from your own bad life choices or due to the fact that it is just too hot to sleepRead more