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How I Travelled Croatia On Just £300

How I Travelled Croatia On Just £300

Disclaimer: This amount doesn’t include flights, and I only spent £30 of the £300 on a deposit for a hostel in Dubrovnik- the rest came out of other money. I was talking to some ‘friends’ (long story) last summer and somehow we ended up talking […]

Why You Should NEVER Visit The UK In December

Why You Should NEVER Visit The UK In December

  I just don’t get it. There are so many other places to visit during December, why would you come to the UK? Here are a few reasons why a Wintery trip to the United Kingdom is a terrible idea: It’s too Bright- In December […]

Bloggers Tell You About…The Best European Christmas Markets

Bloggers Tell You About…The Best European Christmas Markets

This year I had big plans to go to a Christmas market both here at home in the UK, and also to one on the continent. A while ago I came so close to booking tickets to Berlin, and then I came close to booking […]

Top tips for visiting Lake Bled

Top tips for visiting Lake Bled

I know, guys, I know. it’s December and you’re all ready for snow and mulled wine and what not, but I’m not quite ready for winter to completely set in so I’m still clinging onto the warmth of my summer travels. Today I’m going to […]

Lovely Ljubljana: The Fairytale City Of Dragons

Lovely Ljubljana: The Fairytale City Of Dragons

  I travelled to Ljubljana by coach from Zagreb (I watched numerous Youtube videos before buying a ticket just so I knew how to pronounce that. It’s Loo-blah-na in case you’re curious. There’s no I in it). After nearly an hour of trying to work […]

Photo Diary: A Week In Tenerife

Photo Diary: A Week In Tenerife

It had been over a year since I had last been to another country when I boarded the plane. One year and 9 days to be precise (not that I was counting). Three of my friends and I had found out the day before that […]

London, baby!

London, baby!

  A couple of Wednesdays ago I went down to London for a Journalism postgraduate open evening at City University. I’ve always loved London, even when it has grey skies and it’s drenched from the rain like it was that day, so I’m glad that […]