When you find yourself in Lake Garda, more specifically, in the Trentino region of Lake Garda, a hike to Ponale is one thing you have to do! Or at least, so we were told. 😀 As someone who would rather spend my time in Italy eating pasta than hiking, I grudgingly decided to go on … Continue Reading

Perched on the banks of Lake Geneva, the city of Geneva is one of Switzerland’s best cities to explore. It’s one of those places that’s just so much fun, especially with all the best things to do in Geneva that seem to be dotted all across the city itself. After visiting Geneva a few times, … Continue Reading

Perched within the Andalusia region, Seville is one of the country’s most gorgeous places to visit. And, of course, being the capital of the region there are so many of the best things to do in Seville that are totally perfect for a city break. Of course, with all the Flamenco dancing, tapas and toros; Seville … Continue Reading

Northern Ireland is one incredible place to explore whilst travelling around Ireland and the UK. With all its valleys, rugged coastlines, beautiful castles and cities, there are so many amazing and best places in Northern Ireland to visit. Now, I might be a little bit biased (my grandparents are from Northern Ireland) but there’s just … Continue Reading

Glasgow is one of the biggest cities in the UK and the largest in Scotland (even larger than the capital, Edinburgh). This makes the city a perfect place for a wee city break to explore the best things to do in Glasgow. Although Edinburgh gets a lot of attention with its incredible history, castle and … Continue Reading

Fancy having a look around the ICEHOTEL? Chance are if you’re already on here, you do so let me show you around! 😉😁 On our second day at the ICEHOTEL (after our epic dinner at the Chef’s table the night before), we finally got to check out the rooms at the ICEHOTEL. At this point, … Continue Reading

As it turns out, spending the morning exploring the gorgeous Ludwigsburg Palace works up quite the appetite (which totally took me by surprise as one minute, I was perfectly fine and the next, those hunger pangs hit with a surprising ferociousness). With that, we headed over to the gallery in the Schlossplatz (*though clearly, not … Continue Reading

Portugal is one epic country to explore and, possibly, one of the most gorgeous countries in Europe! Now, I know, that’s a pretty mean feat to say but there are so many places in Portugal that are so diverse and totally unique. Honestly, with all the stunning cobbled streets in Porto, the dramatic coastline near … Continue Reading

Yeah, us Brits might be better known for our cups and tea, but trust me when I say; there’s a real coffee culture in London that’s well worth dipping into.  It doesn’t matter which of the areas of the city you visit, I’m almost certain you’ll find some of the best coffee in London. Best … Continue Reading

Perched on the gorgeous Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik is one of the many stunning Croatian towns and cities to explore. With everything from the old town to the little-coved beaches, there are loads of best things to do in Dubrovnik that you have to experience during your visit… … and that’s without even considering gorging on all … Continue Reading

A German Christmas market is something of a festive staple with us and suffice to say, it was only a matter of time before we headed over to the city of Stuttgart (in Germany, for the uninitiated) for some much-needed gluhwein, as much bratwurst as we could handle and many-a-caramelised erdnuss. I’ve been trying to … Continue Reading

The Cotswolds is still one of my favourite areas in England to explore! Imagine, rolling green hills, quaint little villages and a huge amount of history. There are so many places in the Cotswolds that you’ll almost be spoilt for choice. And you know what, that’s what I love most – there’s a surprise around … Continue Reading

If there’s one place you have to visit, not just at Christmas time but in winter, full stop (and as it turns out – now all year round), it’s Lapland! It’s the home of Santa, polar nights and more snow that we would ever know what to do with in London. Lloyd and I had … Continue Reading

Walking through the Valley of the rocks really does help you work up quite the appetite and so with that, we headed over to the pretty little village of Dunster for dinner at Reeves. The original plan had been just to find a place to park and hot-foot it to the restaurant but once we … Continue Reading