A hot air balloon over Cappadocia was the highlight of my summer – but there’s a whole lot more to love about this area too.
The tale of making a new friend via paper airplane communication!
A video of one second of every day of my European Summer adventures!
I’m a sucker for outdoor adventures, so the mountainous landscape and beautiful lakes drew me in to Slovenia… But it turns out there’s even more to love about this incredible country.
Lake Jasna and Zelcini are two stunning lakes tucked away in the north of Slovenia
River swimming and waterfall chasing in the most beautiful part of Slovenia.
A lake, with a church on an island in the middle, plus a castle on the side, all surrounded by mountains. What more could you want?!
Confession: I am terrified of flying… And it seems random strangers are just the thing I need to overcome my fear.
A suggested route for a day trip around Southern Montenegro, starting and ending in Kotor
When you Google ‘Kotor, Montenegro’ you will inevitably end up browsing pictures of the town and the bay as captured from the fortress. It is without a doubt the number one thing to do in Kotor.
Durmitor National Park is easily the most beautiful area of Montenegro. Mountains, lakes and a massive canyon – what more could you ask for?!
A hostel tucked away in Montenegro’s Mountains, ideal for outdoor lovers!
“Not all who wander are lost” A popular quote among travellers. Yes, it’s a little cliche, but it’s also true. When I got lost in Athens, I ended up in the most gorgeous little neighbourhood that I might otherwise never have found.
When I imagined my time in Paros, I pictured lazy days on the beach and not much else… But Paros blew me away! Read about the all the best spots and how to get to them.
Yes, Fira and Oia are beautiful towns, with their stunning blue and white buildings slung across the coastline, but what else can you do in Santorini?
My story of culture shock in New Delhi, India.
An account of my four day hike to Macchu Pichu!
Do you want to learn Spanish while backpacking Central America? Stop off in Guatemala to do formal lessons and stay with a local family. It’s cheap, you can immerse yourself in the culture and meet other likeminded travelers.