I’ve been thinking about this for a few years, so here we go! I love a good pun, and I love Christmas. In fact, my Christmas jumper collection is almost to one per day of December! Every year I scour the shelves for some decent puns for the front of a cosy jumper but the best I’ve seen (and which I own!) is ‘Soy to … Continue reading Christmas Jumpers
When we booked our trip to Iceland in November 2019, we had no idea what the world would look like now. We thought it would be a normal getaway, how wrong we were! 5 days in isolation can see a little daunting in a new country so I thought I would share my experience with it, to help you decide if it is worth it. … Continue reading What We Did For 5 Days in Icelandic Quarantine
With Covid-19 still quite an active presence around the world, a lot of the UK is looking for a staycation or a day trip to replace their holiday. I thought I’d share a few recommendations over the coming weeks for places to visit for a short amount of time and what you can do there. The UK is full of beautiful villages, towns and cities … Continue reading Visiting Cambridge | UK Staycation
With Covid-19 still quite an active presence around the world, a lot of the UK is looking for a staycation or a day trip to replace their holiday. I thought I’d share a few recommendations over the coming weeks for places to visit for a short amount of time and what you can do there. The UK is full of beautiful villages, towns and cities … Continue reading A Weekend In Oxford | UK Staycation
Train travel makes the open borders of the EU even more accessible with cross border tracks and international passenger trains in most countries. One trip to France can mean a few days in Monoco, Italy or Spain too!
Here I’ve listed all the reasons I think you should travel by train while you’re in Europe and why it kicks flying’s’ butt! Continue reading Why Train is the ONLY way to Travel in Europe!
Barcelona is a beautiful city with a relaxed vibe that makes it feel like home, but with that holiday weather! Sangria and tapas can be found on every corner and 24 hours is not nearly enough to cover the vast range of exploration and activities there are to experience. Continue reading 24 Hours in Barcelona
Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and an international hub bustling with air and train traffic. However, if I could describe Zurich in one word, it would be ‘chill’. The city is a haven of calm, high altitude peace. We arrived in Zurich for our trip from Frankfurt which had been the complete opposite vibe so it was a welcome feeling. We arrived by … Continue reading One Day in Zurich
Lockdown is dragging a bit, isn’t it. Normally around this time of the year, we are out in the sun with our friends or off on holiday somewhere. And although we should be responsible and only go out when we need to, this is not helping my wanderlust! Like most people, I have a large amount of unread books sitting on my shelves that I … Continue reading Books to read this Lockdown