A last minute girls’ trip to the Big Apple in November saw us take in some epic sight-seeing, shop til-we-drop-shopping and many brilliant eateries.
Here are my top-tips for every meal of the day, up and down Manhattan. Continue reading Eating our way around New York!
Sri Lanka is quite possibly the most beautiful Asian country I have visited. It is an emerald island, covered in lush tea plantations with a sunshine coast and monolithic rocks jumping out of its centre. The variety of different landscapes and the stunning views it offers makes it is easy to see why it has been such a popular destination for tourists over the decades. Continue reading Photography Post: Stunning Sri Lanka
Walking around its cobbled streets Budapest struck me as a very beautiful place, and it was easy to see why the city inspired the nickname the “Paris of the East”. Grand buildings, wide streets, and the mighty Danube offering wonderful views from either side of its banks. Continue reading A Weekend In: Budapest, Hungary – Paris of the East
Going on holiday with your parents when you are 26 years old, probably isn’t what most twenty-somethings think of when they imagine their dream summer vacation. Make that destination the Austrian Alps, in summer, on a hiking holiday, and it is probably even less so. And yet, here I was. Continue reading Austria in Summer: A Surprisingly Good Holiday With My Parents
Wanting to escape London and get in touch with my grandmother’s homeland, I took a short flight over to Dublin from London, for all the fun this city has been promising tourists for decades. Continue reading A Weekend In: Dublin – Finding The Luck of The Irish
Stockholm can get up to a balmy 23 degrees in the summer months, making it the warmest of all the Scandinavian countries. Mix this with its love of fresh fish, island archipelago status and a flight time of roughly 2.5 hours, it makes for a perfectly warming weekend escape. Here is a tried and tested itinerary to get the most out of Sweden’s capital city. Continue reading A Weekend In: Stockholm – An Alternative Summer Escape
Nearly every year since 1994, Geography undergraduates from Royal Holloway, University of London have visited Marich Pass, in NW Kenya for a field trip. In 2009, I was lucky enough to go myself. After coming across my old photo album, it felt it only right to share some memories of that trip. Continue reading North-Western Kenya: A Trip To Remember