February 19, 2018

10-Day Amalfi Coast, Capri, & Sicily Travel Itinerary

Our itinerary In A Nutshell Thanks to an affordable, reliable, and frequent rail service, along with several budget airlines, travelling through Italy couldn’t be any easier. Follow this simple 10-day itinerary for a taste of Italy’s Southern Coastal highlights! Adam and I were invited to a friend’s wedding in Sicily, so […]
February 7, 2018

Worldwide Coffee From Café Frei

You’ll find travel right at the top of my list of favourite things, closely followed by dogs, coffee, and chocolate. Whilst Café Frei has nothing to do with dogs (boo!), it has everything to do with travel, coffee, and chocolate. Amazing! I struggle to function without my morning coffee, ideally […]
February 1, 2018

Why You Should Visit Anacapri

I’ve always had this romantic vision of Capri. Beautiful people. Beautiful food. And a beautiful island. Boy was I right. Yes, Capri naturally comes with one of Italy’s heftiest tourist tags, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid the island at all costs. First things first – avoid Capri and […]
February 1, 2018

First Timer’s Guide To Visiting Capri

Despite what I’d read and heard about Capri, I knew one day I would make my way there, and when we visited last summer, I was not disappointed! I would absolutely visit again within a heartbeat. In fact, I think I’d go as far as saying it’s one of my […]
February 1, 2018

Our Maltese Super Villa

Renting a super villa with all the mod cons is no longer only limited to those with a big wad of cash in their pocket. Thanks to rental websites such as Airbnb and Homeaway, these amazing villa’s are now easily accessible to the rest of us ‘normal’ folk too! Now […]
December 22, 2017

Discover Malta and Gozo

Located in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta consists of three islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino. My visit was actually part of a hen weekend that I arranged. We all love travelling and I planned to take the girls somewhere in Europe that they’d never visited before, that also […]
December 22, 2017

2017, Another Great Year Of Travel

With Christmas been and gone, and 2017 all wrapped up – this means one thing for me. It’s time to reinstate my favourite New Year’s resolution. Once stolen from a friend, this New Year’s resolution is to try and visit at least three new countries per year.  And in 2017 […]
November 4, 2017

Photo Journal: Villa Rufolo

The Amalfi Coast, Italy, is dotted with historic villas and beautiful gardens, many open to the public to visit. Ravello is home to two popular villas, Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo, but with limited time on our hands, we chose to just visit Villa Rufolo. Located just off the central […]
October 2, 2017

Taking A Dip In The Gellert Baths

Top on my list of things to do in Budapest, was to visit one of the many thermal baths! There are actually quite a few different baths in Budapest, but which one should you visit? Which Baths To Choose? The most popular (and central) baths are The Rudas, Gellert, and […]
September 29, 2017

Budapest, Remembering The Past

Like most of Europe, Hungary was heavily affected by World War 2, and there are several museums and memorials across Budapest dedicated to those who lost their lives during those tragic years. Three places worth visiting in Budapest include The Shoes on the Danube River, The Hospital in the Rock […]
August 18, 2017

Belgium, Escape The City & Visit The Coast

With 65 km of coastline and such a short distance from the city of Bruges, it would be a real shame not to visit one of the many lovely beaches in the surrounding towns. During my visit to Bruges, we were on a road trip so had our car to […]
August 3, 2017

Path Of The Gods, Amalfi Coast

Italy has some stunning scenery, none more famous than the coastal roads that run along the Amalfi Coast. One of the best tips I was given when visiting, was to head up into the hills above Positano and hike along the Path of The Gods, a ragged cliff top hike, […]
July 18, 2017

Pompeii Photo Journal

In 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius erupted and covered the city of Pompeii in an unimaginable layer of ash and pumice. Due to the sheer force of the eruption, the debris shot 16 miles vertically into the air, and as it fell it covered ground at astonishing rate of 8 inches […]
July 14, 2017

Belgium Road Trip Part Two – Bruges

Hopefully you had a chance to see my post from last week, which covered the first half of my Belgium road trip, briefly through Brussels and then onto Ghent. During this post, I’m going to cover the second half of our road trip, which took us to Bruges and its […]
July 9, 2017

Belgium Road Trip Part One – Brussels and Ghent

A few weeks ago I headed off to Belgium on a mini road trip with my lovely friend Claudia who I met in Nicaragua on my G-Adventure Tour. We were extremely lucky to have bonded so well and have kept in touch over the years. We have since taken a […]
June 24, 2017

The Five Villages Of Cinque Terre

Located on the north western coast of Italy’s beautiful Tuscan Riviera, Cinque Terre is a group of five old fishing villages that are connected along a stunning coastal path. Cinque Terre translates to ‘Five Lands’ which refers to the five villages which are centuries old – Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola […]
May 30, 2017

My Instagram 7 Day Beach Photo Challenge

In case anyone isn’t on Instagram (how is that possible?), or doesn’t follow my Instagram account yet (please add me – I need to get my followers up!), I wanted to share a challenge I set myself last week. For a little bit of fun, I thought I’d set myself a […]