Let’s face it, if you’re on here right now, chances are that you already are interested in travel. To some extent, I think we all are so this post isn’t at all about trying to convince you to travel or trying to tell you what you’re missing out on by now travelling more (thanks to … Continue Reading

Woohoo!!! Hand Luggage Only is 2 years old. Okay, fine – it was 2 years old like almost a month ago but we’ve been o the road for the past few week and that, coupled with my love of procrastination, is why I’ve not gotten round to writing this post until now. 🙂 Now I know everyone says this but … Continue Reading

Long before I started blogging on here, I’d travelled every at every single opportunity I got. I also held down a full-time job (or at the very least, was studying full-time) and so a lot of that meant having to squeeze in holidays on weekends or public holidays. We’re talking, heading straight out to the … Continue Reading

Night time photography is the bane of many a photographer. To be perfectly frank, as beautiful as night time photos look, they tend to be one of the hardest types of photography to nail a.) because the rules vary considerably depending on what sort of photograph you’re after (for instance, Northern light photos require a totally … Continue Reading

I can only recommend this because this is something I’ve started to do and it’s one of those things that makes you think “Why haven’t I thought about this before?”. Unless of course if you’re already part of the club but given the awkward and somewhat counter-intuitive nature of this method, I’m guessing quite a … Continue Reading

I’ve been meaning to write this post for quite a while now. I’m pretty sure if I look through my drafts, I’ll find some unfinished version of it in there… and by “unfinished version”, I mean I probably write the title and one, possibly two sentences. Well, I finally decided it was high time to publish … Continue Reading

Image via   Sometimes, some people just don’t understand a woman who has a mind of her own. It’s a random topic to post about but I’ve noticed this pretty much everywhere I’ve been (even in the UK which is pretty liberal and progressive), a woman/girl who speaks her mind is not always going to … Continue Reading

Okay, so this isn’t normally the type of post I write, but I really wanted to share something personal with you. Over the course of the last 18 months, my weight has slowly crept up by 24lb (almost 11kg)! At first I didn’t notice it… then, after a while, I tried to “ignore” it until … Continue Reading

Putting up photos on Instagram is one of the simplest things in the world. You can quite literally click, upload and even insert a witty caption in seconds. Using Instagram these days is about so much more than that though. It’s about you getting a chance to showcase your own view of the world and share … Continue Reading

Any thing that can help you or I in (any shape possible) to travel and see more of the world is always an easy “YES”! I was literally thinking about travel hacks when I came across this list which pretty much hits the nail on the head when it comes to travel hacks everyone should … Continue Reading

You can file this one under miscellaneous. 😉 If you don’t have a blog, you can probably skip this post. If you do have a blog, you will most likely find one (if not all) of these tips really useful! I started off the post wanting to tell you about one thing that I recently … 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

I’m a huge fan of travel and I’m pretty certain you are too. Before I go on however, I would like to point out that this post is in no way trying to have a dig at those amazing people who have quit their jobs to travel the world. To leave a job and travel … 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