Guest Interview – Suzy The Explorer

This week’s guest interview is with Suzy, travel blogger behind Suzy The Explorer. She explains ‘I hope that my posts on my blog provide you with some great insider knowledge into the locations that I go to, give you tips on how to make the most of your time there and…

Italy: 5 Reasons Why It Is Our Favourite Country

Having just returned from our seventh Italian adventure in ten years, with our eighth planned for the not too distant future, I think it is evident that we love Italy. I’m sure everyone has their own favourite country and whenever they think of it, they drift off into a daydream,…

Guest Post: Why I Always Wait Until the Last Minute to Pack for A Trip

I know what you’re thinking. Packing last minute is just asking for disaster before vacation. I’m here to tell you it doesn’t have to be that way! Of course, there are definitely things you should prepare for ahead of time like your reservations and lodging accommodations, but packing does not…

England: 10 Things to Do During Your First Visit to London

Are you planning on visiting England this summer? If so, you are in luck, there are so many things to see and do in this magnificent country of mine and I am here to let you know about some of them. If you are flying into England, especially if it…

England: A Divine Stay At The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Yorkshire

Not all travel has to involve strapping on your hiking boots and hitting the streets, mountains or trails and as frequent travellers, we often have to remind ourselves of that. Our natural instinct is to explore for hours on end to combat the fear of missing out. So when the…

Cuba: 5 Reasons Why I’m Heading Back To Havana

Cuba is at the top of a lot of people’s bucket lists, that is, if they haven’t visited already. And for some like me, you’ve already been but have re-added it back onto your list of places to visit. Visiting the largest Caribbean island has never been easier with a…

Guest Interview – Memoirs & Musings

This week’s guest interview is with Char, travel blogger behind Memoirs & Musings. She explains ‘I love to travel, indulge in a glass of white wine, when plans are cancelled and purchase overpriced makeup.  I guess that’s me in a nutshell, trying to figure out this thing called life, have fun and never lose sight.’

Review: KEEN Terradora Ethos Hiking Trainers

I’ll be honest, I have never been one for hiking, walking yes, hiking – not so much. However, during the winter just gone, I invested in a big, sturdy pair of hiking boots and used them quite a lot. The thing about them is they are big and chunky and…

How To Pack Smarter, Not Harder, Before Your Holiday

Many people rush through holiday packing only to find when they arrive that they have forgotten some essentials, and they never wear that certain outfit they packed “just in case.” This can be avoided by packing smart. The best strategy to pack smarter is planning ahead. Here are a few…

England: Review of The Artists’ Corner, Harrogate

Being from a fabulous Yorkshire Town, I have an affinity for them. Therefore, when we were invited to stay at the Artists’ Corner, one of the properties that make up the Artists’ Cottages portfolio of holiday lets in Harrogate we were very excited. We have visited Harrogate a number of times,…

April 2018 – Monthly Round Up

Well hasn’t April being the strangest of months from snow to a heatwave and everything in between. Jumpers one day, vests the next, deciding what to wear on a daily basis has been a struggle. But with that being said it has actually been nice to see the sun and…

Preparing Your Car For Your Summer Staycation

As we head into Summer, it’s holiday time for many Brits, us included. With the staycation becoming increasingly popular, it’s important to prepare well for one especially if you plan to drive. Last week we covered the length and breadth of Yorkshire as we took three staycations back to back.…

Guest Interview – Where Charlie Wanders

This week’s guest post comes from Charlie travel blogger behind Where Charlie Wanders. She explains ‘I’m Charlie, I’m in my late 20’s and I live in Norfolk, England. I work full time in events and travel in my annual leave. I try to live by the quote ‘not all those…

England: Hiding Out at The HIDEOUT Hotel, Hull

Hailing from Hull, East Yorkshire in the North East of England we are both familiar with the city – the top attractions to see, the places to grab the best bites and the bars that serve killer cocktails. One thing, it appears we were not up on were the places…

Poland: 6 Great Things To Do In Gdańsk

Visiting Poland had always been somewhere we had wanted to visit, so when we came across ridiculously cheap (£20 return) flights to Gdańsk, it made sense for us to visit. We planned our visit for the end of January, therefore we knew it was going to be cold, but we did…

Why Nothing Beats The Freedom Of The Open Road

I can’t remember being nervous when it came to taking my driving test. But then again I’ve never really been a nervous person, even less so during my teenage years. Yes, I was only of those people – fearless and flighty, both of which I’ve reigned in over the years,…

Guest Interview – The World Is Quite Big

This week’s guest post comes from Tristan travel blogger behind The World Is Quite Big. He explains ‘Hello! I’m Tristan, my wife is Charlotte. We have two kids who are ace! They come most places with us and I’m hoping it will make them better people when they are older!…