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The Ultimate Seven Day Guide to Madeira 1

6 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Madeira

Recently I was contacted by Inntravel, a travel company who specialise in “slow holidays”, encouraging people to take the lesser-trodden path and savour the moments of travel. They offer a wide range of trips from walking and cycling holidays, to short breaks and family holidays. Inntravel are currently promoting their holidays…

Interrailing on a Budget How to Save Money Travelling Europe

Interrailing on a Budget: How to Save Money Travelling Europe

Let’s face the cold hard facts: Europe is expensive. For many people, interrailing is a far flung dream but it can be done on the cheap if you’re willing to sacrifice some luxuries. It may not be as affordable or exotic as South East Asia but travelling around Europe is certainly possible on a student…

An instagrammer's guide to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. This guide will show you the best (and most unique) photography spots in Edinburgh including Calton Hill, Victoria Street, Edinburgh Castle, Dean Village, National Museum of Scotland, Circus Lane and the Vennel.

An Instagrammer’s Guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh is an extremely photogenic city – every inch of it is Instagrammable, that’s for sure. But if you want to find the crème de la crème of photo opportunities and impress all your followers, be sure to read on… P.s. if you fancy following my Instagram that would be super duper lovely…

Sleeping in a Safari Tent at Harvest Moon Holidays near North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland, UK. This luxurious glamping site, located on a gorgeous private beach, is home to seven large safari tents and seven fabulous treehouses. If quirky and unusual accommodation is your jam then you will love this glamping site. Each safari tent is kitted out with two bedrooms and a cosy cupboard bed, a lounge and dining room, a kitchen and an ensuite WC and hot shower! Click through to read more...

Sleeping in a Safari Tent at Harvest Moon Holidays

Before I get into this review, I’d like to take a few seconds to apologise for the lack of new content over the past two months. On getting back from our trip to Scotland at the end of May, we moved into our lovely new home and since then we’ve been busy…

How to travel the world as a full-time student even if you have no time or money. There are so many options such as studying abroad, working abroad, jailbreak, couchsurfing, WWOOF, volunteering, teaching English abroad, travel grants and even starting a travel blog so that travel pays for itself. Click through to read more...

How to Travel the World as a Student

So, how to travel the world as a student… This is a topic I could go on about until the cows come home. Since I’ve got a heckuva lot to get through, let’s just jump straight into it! The most blatantly obvious way to afford to travel as a student, behind relying on the BoD (Bank of Dad), is to…

Herefordshire Hideaways: Winding Down in the Stargazor's Wagon. Find out more about my recent staycation and glamping trip to Herefordshire, England, UK. We stayed in a quirky and rustic converted wagon which came with an outdoor wood-fired hot tub! Click through to read more...

Herefordshire Hideaways: Winding Down in the Stargazer’s Wagon

We all know I’m a huge fan of staycations and discovering more of what’s on your doorstep. But I’ve never gone on holiday in my own county before. I mean, what’s the point in paying for accommodation when you’ve already got your own bed for free at…

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A First Timer’s Guide to Long-Haul Flights

Let’s face it, long-haul flights are kind of a pain in the ass. Whenever anyone asks me what superpower I’d have, of course it’d be teleportation. Duh. The only long-haul flight I’d ever been on was to Australia when I was 11 years old, but that doesn’t really count. So when I knew I’d be flying to […]

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