We had been planning this trip to Norway with the girls (Lena, Rachel & Mel) for almost 6 months as it was the Bank Holiday weekend which meant prices for flights and accommodation were likely to sky rocket! Having just … Continue reading An epic day at Puplit Rock
So you’ve just seen the movie ‘The Way’ or heard about the Camino from a friend and now you’ve decided to add it to our bucket list. Where do you begin? Here’s a simple guide on how to organise your … Continue reading Everything you need to prepare for the Camino
With every country, there are always the ‘must do’s’ which often involve taking Instagram-worthy pictures with statues or in museums that you won’t probably even remember in a few years. So I’ve compiled a list of my Top 5 British … Continue reading Top 5 ‘British’ things to do in London
Capadoccia has been one of our ‘bucket list’ destinations for quite some time so of course when we booked our long weekend away in Turkey we had to plan a trip here too. This region of Turkey is known for … Continue reading Captivating Capaddoccia
Jason and I had been planning to go to Turkey for a long while now, so we’d booked our flights months in advance to celebrate my 27th birthday which also happened to coincide with the Easter long weekend, so suffice … Continue reading Incredible Istanbul
When we decided to book a very last minute post-Christmas weekend getaway to Denmark, we weren’t particularly excited by the destination – we were more excited to just be out of London. We knew very little about the country so … Continue reading Drugs and Danishes in Denmark!
A few years ago a colleague of mine mentioned he was heading off to do the Camino. I’d never heard of it so he suggested I watch the movie ‘The Way.’ So we managed to get hold of a copy, … Continue reading Poonanns on the Camino
Seriously, the Swiss have it all! A great economy, breathtaking nature, clean cities and the country has 4 official languages (French, German,Italian and Romanisch). Now before you ask, yes, everything in Switzerland is expensive except postcards and toilets (free). Just … Continue reading The Swiss have it all!
Germany has always been in the top of our travel destinations and we’d always dreamt of doing it via a road trip. Initially we were planning to rent a car and travel that way, but we managed to find a … Continue reading Capervaning through Deutchland!
Not many people realise this, but Warsaw is the capital of Poland. Unfortunately it doesn’t attract anywhere near the number of tourists as Krakow and it seems the main reason is that the city itself is seen as too modern … Continue reading The ruins of Warsaw
Poland has never been on the top of our ‘bucket list’ of countries, but after hearing rave reviews from friends and fellow travellers, we knew we just had to fit it in somehow. Our first stop was Krakow, probably the … Continue reading Krakow – reminders of the dark past
We arrived in Prague via 2 trains from Salzburg. Along the way we passed through beautiful hills of Austria and it seemed that the moment we crossed the border the scenery changed; timber yards, small factories and barren woodlands. Yes, … Continue reading The diversity of the Czech Republic