The 5 Advantages of Travelling Solo

1. Stash the cash “Travel brings power and love back into your life.” ― Rumi Unfortunately, there are some well documented disadvantages of travelling unaccompanied; a single supplement on some forms of accommodation and tours is one of them. As I have grown into a more confident traveller (courtesy of spending much of my time […]

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There’s no place like home… or is there?

“There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home.” Such simple words enriched with such substance whispered Dorothy as she closed her eyes with fierce concentration her words only interrupted by the sound of her ruby slippers clicking together. All throughout the seasons of my life some things have remained constant, one being my […]

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Tower of London | England

I have said it many times and I will say it again, no visit to London is complete without a visit to Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London. Standing tall since Norman conquest I would go so far to state that you’re doing yourself a disservice by not visiting this […]

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Estonia | A Day Trip To Tallinn

Scotsman Robert Louis Stevenson stated “For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travels sake.” Never has a globe trotting quote ringed so true to my approach to life and it has lead me to many places I hadn’t otherwise considered. Most recently I found myself planning a […]

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Bruges | Belgium

Belgium for me has always been a country that has eluded me. I have completed a few tours of Europe here and there throughout the years and though they all included Belgium on their itinerary this has always been defined as driving through the countryside only. As such, I was determined to visit Belgium whilst […]

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Romania | Off The Beaten Track In Sinaia

The beauty of Romania to prospective travellers is how untouched it is by the tourism industry when compared to many other European countries. It gives you a sense that you are exploring something both unique and mysterious. I have long been attracted to Romania because of it folklore, history and ruggedness, but I never thought […]

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Budapest | Hungary

It is no surprise that I am a woman who loves to travel and though I find beauty in every place that I have the privilege to explore, very few cities leave me speechless upon first glance. Edinburgh and New York have definitely had this effect. I have now welcomed Budapest to that exclusive list. […]

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Salzburg | Austria

Sunset over Salzburg

Salzburg, how do you even begin to write about such an enchanting place where the sound of horse drawn carriages leaves you feeling as though you’ve stepped back in time? I’ve had the good fortune of spending summer in Salzburg but having just retuned from my first European Christmas in Austria, I have fallen more […]

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