There’s this philosophy that you know a place is really great on your travels when you find that it’s where the locals go to. As elitist as this sounds sometimes, it tends to turn out to be true and so I’ve learned to embrace this philosophy a little more than I probably would.   One of … Continue Reading

For almost half a year, we called Singapore home and what a glorious half a year it was. Elements of Singapore were reminiscent of being home in London (the diversity of people and food on offer for starters) though for the most part Singapore has its own unique feel. It’s easily a city/country that I’d move … Continue Reading

London has literally thousands of coffee shops, house and bars that line the streets of London Town. From Notting Hill to Camden, Hackney to Soho and Shoreditch to Covent Garden, you will find it hard placed to not find a decent Chai Latte, Flat White or a gingerbread latte in a unique and cosy setting. Yum! … Continue Reading

Ireland is a totally incredible country to explore, with so many gorgeous places to see. That being said, there’s also a shed load of history to explore, with some of the best castles in Ireland dotted around the whole country.  You see, Ireland has had a really long history, and with most castles being made … Continue Reading

New Year’s is a celebration that is enjoyed across the globe. Whether that’s watching the dramatic fireworks in London, enjoying a fun-filled Hogmanay in Edinburgh, having a kiss under the glowing lights of Times Square or even spending quality time with the people you love at home. Whenever it comes to New Year’s, I always seem to … Continue Reading

Pulpit Rock In Norway is just incredible and the perfect place to hike. 🚶‍♂️ Towering an almighty 2,000 feet (610 Metres) high, Preikestolen (or Pulpit rock as many people call it) is one challenge that we had always wanted to accomplish while in Norway. The fjords themselves have always captured my imaginations, their dramatic landscapes, beautiful lakes … Continue Reading

No visit will be complete without seeing some of the stunning works of Antonio Gaudi in Barcelona. Celebrated across the globe, Gaudi’s style has heavily influenced Barcelona, but also its people and architectural design throughout Spain and the rest of the world. And you can see a handful of his buildings in Barcelona itself! If you’ve … Continue Reading

Visiting New York’s Top Of The Rock is easily one of the best places for views whilst exploring Manhattan. Yeah, you’ve got loads of viewing points across the city, but there’s something really special about New York’s Top Of The Rock.  For me, it’s a little bit of history, the location of Top Of The … Continue Reading

Budapest is probably one of those cities on everybody’s travel list and regardless of where it sits on that list, it’s one that people seem to return from very impressed and eager to go back. The city is rich in history, stunning architecture and some of the best views in Europe. I already did a … Continue Reading

There’s no doubt that our country has some of the best castles in England. Now, it’s no surprise that I’m slightly biased here, but we’ve got hundreds of incredible castles that are just too beautiful to ignore.  That being said, with so many castles in England, it can actually be hard to pinpoint just a … Continue Reading

Situated on the southern most tip of the African continent, Cape Town and the surrounding area is one place I will never forget. As soon as we touched down, I knew this would be an exciting adventure. After spending an unforgettable week in Kruger National Park where we saw lions, rhino, cheetah, elephant and much more, we hoped … Continue Reading

Winter is coming, or at least that’s what John Snow keeps telling us! Well, that winter has finally reached London, minus the white walkers and the Lanisters at least… 😉 Unlike that raucous bunch in Game of Thrones, winter doesn’t have to be scary though in London. In fact, it can be a pretty magical … Continue Reading

On a cool winter morning, Stanley (our safari tracker) witnessed one of the most harrowing scenes in his career at Kruger National Park, South Africa. He encountered an elephant, shot and immobilised by bullets to the head, legs and neck – he was not dead and still faintly breathing. As Stanley continued to account this … Continue Reading

Perched on Poland’s northern coastline, the historic city of Gdansk is one of Poland’s prettiest seaside cities. With a pretty rich heritage and history that makes this city the perfect place to visit for a weekend city-break. I have always wanted to visit Poland, but with so many awesome cities and natural parks to see, I … Continue Reading