Photo Diary – A Barcelona Day Trip To Magical Montserrat

A Barcelona Day Trip To Magical Montserrat

Barcelona is rated one of Europe’s top destinations to visit, and after spending five incredible days in the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia, I can certainly see why. This enchanting city boasts history and culture, amazing architecture, and has some of the best food in the world. And not forgetting the summery vibes of the city’s famous beach! There aren’t many cities that can say they “have it …

My Top 8 Most Memorable Experiences in Thailand 

My Top 8 Most Memorable Experiences in Thailand (8)

Thailand will always hold a special place in my heart. It was the first backpacking trip I took outside of Europe ten years ago, and since then I have visited two more times. It’s a popular destination for the first-time budget backpacker, and with it’s well-trodden routes that have something for almost every kind of traveller, it’s easy to see why. For me, it opened my …

21 Things Only Travellers With No Sense Of Direction Will Understand

21 Things Only Travellers With No Sense Of Direction Will Understand

It’s been a while since I last wrote a blog post poking a bit of fun at myself, so I think a little giggle is well overdue! For anyone who has had the utmost pleasure of travelling with me (or generally just know me) they will know that my sense of direction is…well…somewhat lacking. There are some people in this world that know where they are …

Where Is…Eva Explores?

Where Is...Eva Explores?

Welcome to today’s “Where Is…?” – an interview feature where I get to speak to fellow wanderers about where they are in the world. This week I have invited the lovely Eva Explores on board – a solo female blogger I’ve been following for some time now. I’ve particularly enjoyed tuning into her Snapchat for daily updates on what she has been up to. Over the last year she has …

Is Tanzania Safe for Women Travelling Solo?

Is Tanzania Safe for Women Travelling Solo?

If there is one thing I get asked the most when I talk to people about my travels, it’s whether Tanzania is considered safe for women travelling solo. Many people find it surprising that I lived and volunteered in Tanzania for five months. And I get it…before I went, I was also nervous about the unknown and all the potential dangers that the media does …

Where Is…Kelly from Travelling History?

Where Is...Kelly from Travelling History-

Welcome to this week’s “Where Is…?” – a weekly feature where I get to speak to fellow wanderers about where they are in the world. This week I am chatting to Kelly Hayes, the founder of Travelling History – a travel blog for those who enjoy learning about the history and culture of their vacation destinations. Originally from Canada, she moved to Glasgow in 2013 to complete …

Tips for First Time Travellers on a Cruise Ship

Tips For First Time Travellers on a Cruise Shop

Ever since my mum returned from a seven-day cruise around the Norwegian Fjords, I have been thinking a lot about them. I have to be honest, it was never really a form of travel that I had contemplated before. The idea of travelling around for weeks at a time on what is essentially a big floating all-inclusive resort didn’t really seem like my cup-of-tea. BUT…after …