What do you think about solo travel? I used to think it was something I would never do. It seemed scary and lonely and it didn’t really appeal to me at all. However, as I travelled more with friends and family over the years, I felt more confident about going solo. In fact, as daunting […]Read more
This Christmas, Keri and I took a break to Poland’s capital- Warsaw. We agreed that it was a charming city and the Christmas festivities heightened this charm even more! Krakow is perhaps better known as the city to visit in Poland however, we would definitely recommend a trip to Warsaw for the following reasons: 1. […]Read more
Au Pair in France
Ever wanted to stay in a foreign country for a long period of time, learn a new culture or a new language? If so, working as an au pair may be a good option for you. I had the opportunity to spend 5 weeks this summer working as an au pair in France. Here is a bit […]Read more
Amsterdam is a vibrant and welcoming city with so much more to do than spend time in coffeeshops. I spent a couple of days in Amsterdam with Jemina and we managed to do a lot in a short space of time. Here are a few things we did to make the most of our trip: […]Read more
Why travel to Normandy?
Are you thinking of travelling this summer? If so, I am here to suggest a less talked about holiday destination… Normandy! When travelling to France, Paris is usually the most talked about attraction, so much so that we often forget how many other beautiful regions the country has to offer. Last summer I had the […]Read more
Top tips for your next trip
Many of us love to travel- whether it be to take a break from life’s usual routine and explore a new scene or perhaps an occasion simply arises which demands a few nights away from home. I’m fortunate enough to have been on a few travel trips in the past few years and along the […]Read more
Survive and thrive on your Year Abroad
I study Russian and German at university and I went on a year abroad last year as part of my course. Whether you’re also going on a year abroad as part of your degree or you’re taking time out purely for fun, it’s important to know not only how to ‘survive’ but also how to […]Read more
Luscious trees and luscious leaves, Iridescent and majestic, shimmering in the night, A warm enchanted forest of sparkling delights. In painted streets infused with culture and festivity, Busy and bustling yet safe and leisurely. Fragrant Buddhist Temples, And ornate Hindu Mandirs, side by side. Breathing deeply and soaking […]Read more
Go for it!
‘Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the ones you did’. H. Jackson Brown Jr. Stepping out into the unknown and doing something new can be daunting. Whether it’s moving to a new place, starting a business or applying for a job, […]Read more
Good. Not great; not amazing. Just good. We use the word ‘good’ to describe so many different things- food, how we’re feeling, TV programmes, schools… It’s a word we slip into our casual conversations every day and so when the Bible describes God as good, it’s easy to forget all that this really means. God […]Read more