A Complete Guide To Everyone Staying In Your Hostel

I’ve told you a million times about how much I love a good Hostel. I love the buzz, I love the easy-to-make friendship groups, I love the fact that each Hostel has it’s own unique vibe that has you feeling like you’re stepping in and out of different families, but most of all I just really love that you know exactly the sorts of people you’re going to meet before you even get there which makes you feel all warmRead more

Autumn In Europe: My Top 11 Places To Explore This Season!

Whenever someone asks me what my favourite season is, I always say Spring as it’s vibrant, it’s hopeful and it’s the start to a really great couple of months. But if we’re being honest, Autumn is my absolute guilty pleasure. Talking about it with new people is similar to when I talk about trashy TV with new people that I want to impress… I’ll turn my nose up slightly and pretend that I don’t really care for it because IRead more

10 Situations That Will Make Any Traveller Want To Scream “Why Though?!”

  As told with Gifs and rage… 1. When an airline has tons of early morning flights and only 2 check in desks open. 2. When someone in your dorm room in your Hostel gets up at ridiculous O’clock for their flight and hasn’t packed the night before and so ensues the never ending rustling of plastic bags. 3. You get chatting to the standard travel boaster wanker when you’re a couple of drinks deep and really not in theRead more

5 Reasons Why Staycationing Will Help You Fall Back In Love With Your City

Having lived on London’s doorstep for the majority of my life, I become very disgruntled with it from time to time. It’s like an irritating lover that you can’t end things with because you’ve been together since you were teenagers and you don’t quite know how to be your own person without them. And real talk, I can’t be the only one that get’s like that about the places closest to them, right? So every now and then I have toRead more

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

A Countdown Of My 7 Most Ridiculous Memories Abroad

Every time I tell people stories, I am normally met with “only you, Lizzie”. I’m often getting myself into bizarre situations that my friends look forward to hearing about. In fact, only yesterday one of my friends described me as having a likelihood to Shosh from Girls by saying “if we were at a party, you would accidentally smoke crack & take your skirt off and I wouldn’t bat an eye” – Don’t worry though Mum, I’ve never smoked crack, accidentally orRead more

Hostel Etiquette: How Not To Be An Absolute Dickhead!

If you’ve been following my blog then you will know that I am a big, big fan of a Hostel. In fact, did you read my article recently about why I prefer staying in Hostels to Hotels? If not then I’ll just tell you the main things that I love about staying in Hostels. One of those things is obviously the price, and the other thing is the social side of it. I’ve been lucky enough to make so many amazingRead more

Why I Always Prefer To Stay In A Hostel Over A Hotel

I’m a huge, huge fan of a Hostel. I’ve mentioned Hostels in pretty much every post that I’ve written on here, probably. Even if I find a great price for a Hotel or separate accommodation I prefer to stay in Hostels a lot of the time, here are a load of the reasons why… Price. On the whole, Hostels are a fraction of the price that Hotels would normally set you back, especially if you’re flying solo. I’ve spent £3Read more

A Tale Of Hong Kong By DB

Many moons ago, before I had discovered any of my vices, I started a new secondary school where I met the bloody amazing Daniel. He soon became one of my bestest best friends and constantly amazed me with where he would travel during his holidays. At the risk of sounding cheesy, he was one of my biggest travel inspirations in the beginning, and one of the reasons that I hope to make travel a lifestyle rather than a treat whenever IRead more