The Canary Islands are a stunning group of islands to explore, with Tenerife being no exception. Yes, you’ve got some totally sunkissed beaches but the island is so much more than just sunshine. This is exactly why I wanted to share some of the best places in Tenerife to visit when you visit.  Obviously, being … Continue Reading

Europe, without a doubt, has a breadth of amazing places to visit. You’ve got the most dramatic things to do in Iceland, the picture-perfect Cinque Terre and, of course, the best areas in London. Honestly, there is so much more to look forward to when you’re planning a trip to Europe. Now, you might remember from our Instagram … Continue Reading

And boy was it something of a revelation! When we visited Gipuzkoa in the Basque Country (in Spain), I had lots of different expectations – that the people would be friendly (this is a popular and rather well known fact), that the language would be dramatically different from Spanish, that the weather would be great… … Continue Reading

Well they are amazing is what they are! In my last post, I kinda kept getting distracted by food, well this is that food post! So back to the matter at hand – Pintxos! Pintxos are technically Hors d’oeuvres but you can pretty much turn it into a main meal. The idea is basically that … Continue Reading

Following on from our (not so) Olympic standard pool diving, our fatigue eventually caught up with us and we all ended up having naps in the sun…until the sun went down and the first of us started to stir. We quickly popped some clothes on and headed out for dinner and drinks. For some reason, … Continue Reading

There are so many beautiful places to visit in Spain. Saying that it’s so easy to just assume that Spain is all about gloriously golden sandy beaches and sunny holidays (not that there is anything wrong with that) but Spain is a lot more diverse than just being a sunshine destination most Europeans flock to … Continue Reading

Only ten reasons? Well, trust me there’re a lot more than that but I wanted to really share some of the top ones that’ll hopefully get you thinking of visiting Menorca. Honestly, the island is totally stunning and there is so many things to do in Menorca that are perfect in the summer months. 1.) … Continue Reading

There’s always an excuse to visit Spain! It’s one incredible country to explore, especially with all the best places across the country, the totally stunning beaches and gorgeous areas in Northern Spain that are too gorgeous to miss. This is exactly why I wanted to share some tips for visiting Spain that I’ve learned over … Continue Reading

After a busy lazy day in the Ciutadella (and have worked up quite the appetite), we headed over to Café Balear by the harbour, where we would be having dinner. Now Café Balear is one of the most popular restaurants in Menorca. Apparently, in the height of summer, it’s near impossible to get a table … Continue Reading

As you already know from our previous post we’re in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands and it’s so much more beautiful than we imagined. I was whatsapping friends back in the UK and trying to describe Fuerteventura but this Canary island has such an eclectic mix of landscapes that I could only describe it as a … Continue Reading

Filled with heaps of things to see and do, Barcelona has quickly become one of my favourite cities in Europe. Its gorgeous sights, delicious food and the incredible Gaudi creations make this an incredible city to explore. Just before we flew to the Maldives for a much-welcome indulgent holiday, I decided it would be fun to sneak in a … Continue Reading

Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands (which, despite being just off the coast of Africa are actually Spanish) is definitely one place that surprised me on our recent travels. The landscape here is diverse, absolutely stunning (as you might have seen from this post here, this one in the mountains and this one with that clear … Continue Reading

Ibiza is a funny little cookie. It’s a hedonistic getaway on one end of the spectrum and a holistic holiday at the other. It attracts a crowd so diverse that it’s hard to pin-point one specific ‘type of traveller’ the island is suited to. In fact, its probably safe to say Ibiza’s best visitors are … Continue Reading

When we went rowing around Menorca, I remember one of the guys saying something about a hidden club in the caves and the idea of that just seemed so ridiculous (and so “Alibaba and the 40 thieves”-esque) that I thought it was just some kind of urban legend/fable and dismissed it entirely. Turns out it wasn’t… … Continue Reading