Travel Log Morocco - 2 days in Marrakech
Aug 04

Morocco is like it’s own little world. I was lucky enough to visit 5 different cities and arriving in each new place, felt like visiting a new country. I started in Marrakesh arriving in the middle of summer and 4 hours ahead of my friend, we had already planned that I would wait for her at the…  Read

Sep 21

I'd been meaning to get up to Manchester for the past couple of years. It was not a destination that I'd had much interest in visiting but an old friend lives there and our exchanges about meeting up had been relentlessly thwarted for an entire year. So last Bank holiday weekend we bit the bullet…  Read

Le Cinque Terre
Jun 08

One of Italy's coastal gems, The Cinque Terre is a gorgeous holiday spot made up of five little villages which are connected by mountain trails. It is a great place to visit if you are an avid hiker, and even if you're not and unfit, there are easier trails you can opt to take. Part of the charm of…  Read

I was looking forward to a frightening evening full of fascinating history. I have a morbid curiosity for things like ghost tours and learning about unsolved mysteries like the Jack the ripper murders. There are several companies online all trying to outdo each other but essentially offering the…  Read

A Sunday in Salzburg
May 08

After checking in to our funny little hotel room, we set out in search of food. One of the first places we saw caught our eye was a restaurant that was part of a hotel and had a screen just inside the entrance with live footage of the cows on the owners farm. “This is what you ate” he would…  Read

A quick trip to Seoul is a very sad thing indeed. There are so many places to see and so many dishes to eat. If you only have a couple of days in Seoul then here is my recommended itinerary: At the airport: You can jump on an amazingly convenient train which connects you to Seoul station in the…  Read

Bay of Islands
Jan 23

The Bay Of Islands, also known as the birth place of New Zealand, was somewhere I’d been wanting to visit for years. We stayed in Paihia and by the time I’d gotten round to making these plans last September, a lot of the accommodation in both Paihia and Russel was solidly booked out, so…  Read

Two Days in Copenhagen
Nov 28

I think you can generally pick out your favourite things about a city within the first hour of being there, granted you are outside the airport within that time. For me and Copenhagen it was the bakeries and the people. Later on I also added the public toilets to this list. Yum! I didn’t even…  Read

Alternative London Tour
Nov 04

People make fun of me for my love of walking tours. Yeah, sometimes they’re a little cheesy, but I like to sign up for the ones that don’t cover the usual sites. Berlin’s alternative tour is one of the best walks I ever did so I wanted to try London’s version. It was a fresh November…  Read

Borough Market
Feb 25

One of the things I'm going to miss the most about working in this area of London, is walking down to Borough markets every Friday with my colleagues. The first day they took me there, I just walked around following my nose from stall to stall. The air was so rich with different aromas and…  Read