With so much to see and do in Boston, Massachusetts it can be difficult to prioritise your top attractions to visit. I've created a the Ultimate Must- See Guide complete with links to fast track to relevant sites. Caring and Sharing guys. Enjoy.Read More
Salem, Massachusetts is a bewitching coastal town, filled with history, diversity, great food and of course magic! I have been fortunate to visit twice, and I can hands down say it is one of my favourite places in the world. I fell in love with this charming town within 15 minutes. It's friendly, welcoming, quirky, homely, pretty, and above all different. Sorry to sound cliche but it generally does have something for everyone.Read More
I have a degree in History and Ancient History so clearly I tend to gravitate toward historical Sites. Rome is literally the Holy Grail for History Lovers but there is way too much to fit in. Crazy, I know.
I have created a three day Itinerary which I have personally tried and tested twice before with two different groups of people and we managed to do all of the following sites/areas with time to spare. Warning: if you have what I like to call a Moody Michael who hates walking...prepare for them to be very moody indeed. There's a lot of walking required but it is worth it.Read More
The Royal Forest of Dean is one of the most beautiful spots in the whole of the UK and I am blessed to call it home. If you are looking for a break with spectacular views, encounters with wildlife, fun on water and a good old country pub; the Forest of Dean will meet your every desire.
There are so many activities to get stuck into and with the local area being breathtakingly beautiful, you will love every minute. There are lots of things to do in the Forest of Dean that it can be hard to narrow it down so I have curated my favourite places to visit here in the Forest of Dean.Read More
In the past few years Slovenia has started to slip into travel bucket lists around the world. It's capital city, Ljubljana (Lub-lee-ann-uh) is a perfect European city break with fusions of Central European and Mediterranean influences, chilled vibes, beautiful wine and beer, the cutest Cafes and delicious food.
In this guide, you will learn how to get around, places to stay, top things to do, best restaurants as well as shopping recommendations.Read More
Finding accommodation in Rome is no mean feat with so many to choose from and ranging in prices, where do you even begin to look? Never mind book anything! Hotels in Rome are diverse and depending on location can be very expensive. Do you want a boutique hotel with a rooftop terrace or a cute 3 star hotel in central Rome? Anything goes in the Eternal City.
Before thinking of the hotel itself, I find it is easier to choose the neighbourhood that suits your style, taste and price range. In this guide I have split my recommendations into 5 neighbourhoods, focusing on 3 - 5 star hotels in Rome suited for different budgets and of course with the emphasis on affordable luxury.Read More
The Kimpton De Witt Amsterdam is a 5 star, ideally located, force to be reckoned with US Boutique hotel in Central Amsterdam. With 274 deluxe rooms as well as 15 rooms in original 17th Century Townhouses the Kimpton really does have tons of character and charm.
I've had my eye on the Kimpton De Witt since last year as I loved the modern and botanical style plus the location looked ideal for a first visit, so naturally it was my first choice. As I live for affordable luxury, I took one look at the pictures and knew I didn't care about the price as I wanted to experience this gorgeous boutique hotel for you, the readers (not for myself of course).Read More
Hygge, Scandi and Style, three words I associate with the Danish Capital. Copenhagen oozes coolness and beats to its own drum. A Copenhagen city break is quite possibly the most relaxing weekend away in Europe.
There aren't as many Things to do in the way of Attractions compared to other European cities, which means you can spend a lot of time wandering the streets, chilling in a cafe and stumbling upon hidden gems.
I have compiled a thorough Copenhagen Travel Guide with a 3 day downloadable Itinerary to take with you, so you don't have to lift a finger. Handy! Let's dive into my Must - See guide to Copenhagen.Read More
Tourists flock to Covent Garden to admire the street performers, walk the piazza and get lost in the old market hall, but why not go against the crowds and discover the hidden gems of Covent Garden, or shall we say what's behind the curtains?... Sorry.Read More
Herefordshire and the Wye Valley do not get the press they so rightly deserve, most travel writers and travellers focus on the Cotswolds and forget about this stunning area. I live 30 minutes away so this location holds a special place in my heart and I want to show you that this area, rivals the Cotswolds. Yeah, I said it.
Brooks Country House offers a retreat from urban life in a magical part of the UK. Let’s check it out.Read More
Dubrovnik is one of a kind, there is nothing quite like it. With it's imposing city walls, labyrinth alleyways and polished floors, there is always something waiting to be discovered here. I found five amazing bars to grab a tipple.
Today on Feature Friday we have the wonderful Tammy off of The Freckled Wayfarer, sharing her Top 10 things to do in Newfoundland, Canada.
Be prepared to want to book a flight right away as the pictures are stunning. It's an area of Canada I cannot wait to visit and I am sure after this article, you'll be adding it to your bucket lists too.Read More
Jaegersborggade Street has to be the coolest street in Copenhagen City. Whether you want a quick pick me up drink, a naughty treat, a shopping splurge or some delicious food, this street has something for everyone.
Located in one of the hippest neighbourhoods of Copenhagen City, Norrebo, this unassuming street packs a punch with the Best Damn Fine Coffee (Agent Cooper would give it the thumbs up) at Coffee Collective, tasty as hell Nitrogen blasted ice cream at Istid and Relae, one of the best restaurants in the City!Read More
There are several ways to go on safari in South Africa and each will not only give you a different experience but will also greatly affect your budget. Possibly a once in a life time experience, planning such a unique type of experience can be overwhelming. Here are some of your options explained simply by professional safari guides:Read More
Lake Bled is one of the most photographed places in Europe, with a fairytale castle and a quaint island slap bang in the middle of the lake. But did you know that there are other treasures to explore on a day trip? Vintgar Gorge and Lake Bohinj are waiting to be discovered and are not too far from Lake Bled.
In this short guide, I will explain how to plan a trip from Ljubljana to visit Lake Bled, Vintgar Gorge and Lake Bohinj in 1 day. If you haven't seen my Ljubljana Travel guide check it out now.Read More