Train travel these days is no longer just about getting from point A to point B. It’s evolved long past that now and can sometimes be a fantastic way to take in as much of the natural sights in whatever country you’ve visiting at a quicker pace! Train travel in the UK is pretty much … Continue Reading

It is no secret that I LOVE Greece! The climate, the food, the people, the culture and of-course, the natural beauty. Greece is a diverse country thats main landmass is part of the European continent… but… and its a whole ‘lotta but’, there are hundreds of little islands that surround the Ionian, Aegean and Mediterranean … Continue Reading

I recently discovered an amazing food market in London. It’s in Leather Lane and has all sorts of food stall from all over the world which just entice you with the mouth watering sights and delicious fragrances coming from them. Once I was actually able to contain my excitement (which I was only able to … Continue Reading

Following on from my post on “10 Reasons You Don’t Need To Quit Your Job To Travel The World!” I figured I should detail practical tips and tricks to help you hold your job and travel the world. A fundamental principle to a happy lifestyle is balance and so it’s important that you find the … Continue Reading

Travelling is a unique, no matter how many of us go the similar places or have similar experiences, our time and experience of travelling is always different…. It’s a personal experience that we are able to shape, mould and continue to grow from. One of the biggest things that I think travelling has allowed me … Continue Reading

Road trips have long since been a mainstay of travel and are always a great way to pack in as many sights as possible and although they’re quite synonymous with the US, Scotland is giving the US road trips a run for it’s money with the new route called the North Coast 500 which takes … Continue Reading

Having lived in Edinburgh for quite a few years, it’s easily one of my favourite cities in the UK and with good reason too – it’s absolutely pretty, has such strong history, amazing traditions, really friendly people and is a traveller’s delight – which is also why it makes sense that it the most visited … Continue Reading

Big cities are almost always best viewed from a high, vantage viewing point offering panoramic views across the city and London is no exception when it comes to that. This is particularly so as summer approaches and the number of day light hours increases. The best times to get a good photograph of course is … Continue Reading

I’ve never really been a fan of expensive headphones. The sound system, iPhone, MP3 player or whatever else the headphones were attached to – those items I could understand spending a lot of money on but not really headphones. In the past, I used to buy those cheap headphones you’d typically find in Tesco’s or … Continue Reading