Flying Etiquette: How Not To Be An Absolute Dickhead!

The older I am getting, the less willing I am to accept people’s selfishness… ESPECIALLY on a flight. I always find travel can turn even Mother Theresa into Donald Trump in certain situations… but I implore you to cling onto that ounce of lovely human being with all your might when you are up in the air. Mate, we are all tired, we are all sweaty, we are all uncomfortable and we can all hear that baby crying, but IRead more

5 Spooky Places In Europe That Any Halloween Fan Should Visit

Bran Castle, Transylvania “There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights.” ― Bram Stoker, Dracula Bram Stoker’s Dracula is something I have read more times than I can count. I grew up marvelling at the wonder’s of what could exist within Bran Castle should I ever make it there. Would there be Vampire’s lurking around every corner in which you stumbled past? Would I meet the legend of DraculaRead more

How To Cope With Your Period When Travelling

I hate my period, and you’d probably hate me when I’m on my period to be honest. I’m spotty, ratty, hysterical, bloated and in complete and utter agony. So I bet you can imagine how much I bloody fear getting a period when I’m away, which has happened on a fair few occasions now. It sucks, it completely and utterly sucks but there are definitely some ways that can help you deal with your period while you’re away! Embrace it!Read more

How To Actually Find Really Unique Things To Do In London

The English language is like London: proudly barbaric yet deeply civilised, too, common yet royal, vulgar yet processional, sacred yet profane – Stephen Fry. If we’re being honest then London is a pretty bloody great City isn’t it? You can do something different every night of the week for a year and still not run out of new places to go and new things to do. For a travel blogger I’m pretty bad at getting out and going to newRead 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

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

How To Spend A Week In Rome

Rome is the City of echoes, the City of illusions, and the City of yearning…   Rome is one of the most glorious places I’ve ever visited, and I’m lucky enough to have lived there for 6 months, so it seemed like the perfect place to go with my best friend just before she moves away to Vietnam. Going back to Rome felt like going home and I had the most magical week. Here is a list of things toRead more

11 Important Questions To Ask Yourself Before Moving Abroad

1. Are you moving away or are you running away? I’m not saying that every traveller is running away from something, but some of us most definitely are. I moved away twice, and both of those times were because I was running away from something – And do you know what happened when I eventually moved home? Queue the worst anxiety and having to face up to my problems that I’ve ever had. It was hideous. If you’re just runningRead 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