England is an incredibly beautiful country… although we’ve got some pretty incredible cities (here’s looking at you, London) there are a whole heap of amazing towns, villages and hamlets that everyone should visit at least once… … and I don’t say that lightly! Think old English charm, crooked rooftops, creeping vines and chunky cottage doors … Continue Reading

I have to admit; it felt good to be back in Cambridge! It was like a home-coming of sorts, not least of all because of the fact that Hand Luggage Only was born in this very place. Heading back to my college to pick up my alumni card was just so reminiscent of arriving in … Continue Reading

You’ve seen our complete guide to planning your own Great British Road Trip and you’ve probably even seen some of the places we visited on our Facebook or Snapchat but we’ve put together a little vlog of our time exploring some of the amazing delights and sights the South of England has to offer. We went around for … Continue Reading

2014 was the year that Hand Luggage Only was truly born! Lloyd and I started toying with the idea of Hand Luggage Only back in 2012 after travelling around at every opportunity possible and accumulating quite a lot of travel photos so after a bit of “to’ing” and “fro’ing” we finally decided to go for … Continue Reading

There isn’t really much to this story! Hahaha! Visiting Boston, my friends recommended I head over to Harvard and see what the general neighbourhood is like. I’d never been so I figured “Hey, why not?” Long story short, I ended up getting a Pinkberry Frozen Yoghurt and headed for the nearest patch of grass I … Continue Reading

I know this isn’t our typical post and you’d be right. This is more of a personal post but I have been overwhelmed by messages of congratulations on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter about my graduation from The University of Cambridge this weekend that I just had to share the full set of photos with you! It … Continue Reading

If you’re planning on visiting the UK (or if you already live in the UK) then you should definitely try to see at least one! Each one of these buildings is impressive in its own rights and forms such a strong part of the UK’s history that you would be hard pressed to not be … Continue Reading