The Europe Mini-Tour: Budapest

In the summer of 2017, I planned a Mini-Tour of Europe with my boyfriend at the time. We decided to do 4 European cities over 2 and a half weeks, mainly travelling by bus between these capitals. This mini-series of blog posts focusses on the four cities we visited, and my personal recommendations and highlights!Continue reading “The Europe Mini-Tour: Budapest”

The Europe Mini-Tour: Ljubljana

In the summer of 2017, I planned a Mini-Tour of Europe with my boyfriend at the time. We decided to do 4 European cities over 2 and a half weeks, mainly travelling by bus between these centres. This mini-series of blog posts focusses on the four cities we visited, and my personal recommendations and highlights!Continue reading “The Europe Mini-Tour: Ljubljana”

The Europe Mini-Tour: Vienna

In the summer of 2017, I planned a Mini-Tour of Europe with my boyfriend at the time. We decided to do 4 European cities over 2 and a half weeks, mainly travelling by bus between these centres. This mini-series of blog posts focusses on the four cities we visited, and my personal recommendations and highlights!Continue reading “The Europe Mini-Tour: Vienna”

Things I have learnt because I moved to a new country

I’ll be honest, I couldn’t come up with a witty or fun title, so this title literally explains what this post is about. I was walking home from work last night (I currently work in a restaurant in Marsalforn, for those of you who don’t know), and I was all of a sudden very reflectiveContinue reading “Things I have learnt because I moved to a new country”

8 Reasons to do a TEFL

After I graduated university, I had the dream of travelling for as long as I possibly could. So, I tried to make it a reality. I spent 6 months working my bottom off in England, adding to the savings I had already accumulated, and planned my next trip. But, there was a slight spanner inContinue reading “8 Reasons to do a TEFL”

Christmas Markets: Nuremberg style

By no means am I an expert on Christmas Markets, with my experience being the quaint Exeter pop-up affair that I barely think counts, and Nuremberg, as mentioned in the title. However, I adored the whole atmosphere of this city at Christmas time and, although they are not going ahead this year due to COVID-19,Continue reading “Christmas Markets: Nuremberg style”

The Travel Buddy Guide: who to travel with and why

Travelling is something that can be experienced in so many ways; location, duration, company and so many other factors affect your experience of travelling for better or for worse! For some people, travelling alone can seem the most daunting prospect, and for others the thought of having someone with them seems like the most terribleContinue reading “The Travel Buddy Guide: who to travel with and why”

Gorgeous Gozo: the general guide

For anyone who doesn’t follow me on Instagram (you can here), I have ended up living in Gozo, Malta, for the past two months and plan on staying here indefinitely. There are many reasons I ended up coming here, and many reasons I ended up staying, but that is for a different blog post… ButContinue reading “Gorgeous Gozo: the general guide”

The Malaysia Series: #3 The Perhentian Islands

Welcome to the final part of the Malaysia series! Incase you missed the first two parts, #1 was all about Kuala Lumpur, and you can catch it here, and #2 was all about Penang, and you can read it here. Last summer I was able to spend a week and a half in Malaysia withContinue reading “The Malaysia Series: #3 The Perhentian Islands”

Mozambique: sun, sea and COVID-19 – PART 2

Welcome back to the blog! If you haven’t already read Part One of ‘Mozambique: sun, sea and COVID-19’ then you can reach it by clicking this link. It holds some essential information about my first experiences in Mozambique and what I found daily like to be like in Guinjata, giving the context for this post…Continue reading “Mozambique: sun, sea and COVID-19 – PART 2”