Category: Adventures

Top Things To Do in Greenwich

As a passionate international traveller I often opt for overseas adventures over exploring what our great country has to offer. So if there is one thing the global pandemic has made me grateful for in relation to travel, it would be the time to… Continue Reading “Top Things To Do in Greenwich”

Top Things To Do In London That Don’t Break The Bank

In recent months I have started to re-appreciate the city I grew up in. With many places closed or restricted, I have made it my aim to explore the parts that I don’t normally have time for, to sit back and enjoy the scenery… Continue Reading “Top Things To Do In London That Don’t Break The Bank”

10 of The Best Places to Visit in Essex

When I first moved to the county over 14 years ago, many commented on the fact that I would become an “Essex Girl.” Maybe from a lack of education or from watching too much TOWIE on their part, who knows, but I was quick… Continue Reading “10 of The Best Places to Visit in Essex”

National Trust: Kent

In the absence of international holidays and city breaks, I have taken the opportunity to make the most out of my National Trust membership in 2020. Since the sites reopened in the early summer months the majority of my staycations have been centred around… Continue Reading “National Trust: Kent”

Hiking: Ramsgate to Broadstairs

Just a short drive from London and the surrounding suburbs you will find the fishing and seaside town of Ramsgate. Home to the only Royal Harbour in the UK, the coastal town offers an array of bars, cafes and restaurants, as well as stunning… Continue Reading “Hiking: Ramsgate to Broadstairs”

City Break: Two Days in Seville

Seville, the capital of the AndalucĂ­a region in Spain, is famous for flamenco dancing and it’s beautiful Moorish architecture. The sunny city was also the location of my most recent adventure. Packing my wheelie case I jetted for a mid week break for some… Continue Reading “City Break: Two Days in Seville”

Top Things to do in Istanbul

Six years ago today I was jetting off to Istanbul, for a trip that promised rich history and culture. The city, formally known as Byzantium and Constantinople, lies across two continents. One part of Istanbul lies in Europe, with the other in Asia –… Continue Reading “Top Things to do in Istanbul”

Hiking in the Scottish Highlands

One of the greatest joys of travel is not just seeing the world, but the people you meet along the way. During my trip hiking the Atlas Mountains I met some amazing people, of all ages and backgrounds. Some I knew I would not… Continue Reading “Hiking in the Scottish Highlands”

City break to Bologna, Parma and Modena

For the second year running I have worked in a role whereby the company has a “shut down” between Christmas and New Year. With very little focus on business during this period, I personally think it is a great idea. It gives employees time… Continue Reading “City break to Bologna, Parma and Modena”

Weekend Break: Malta & Gozo

As the clocks went back and the UK was set for months of gloomy weather and downpours – I attempted a final sunshine break. Booking a long weekend to the sunny islands of Malta and Gozo. If you only have a few days, a… Continue Reading “Weekend Break: Malta & Gozo”

City Break: Two Days in Bratislava

When you have no annual leave remaining, but the Wanderlust inside you is itching to get away, you have to utilise every moment to fit in a cheeky getaway. When I first discovered Cheeky Weekend I was in my element. Without having to trawl… Continue Reading “City Break: Two Days in Bratislava”

Mount Toubkal: Moroccan Adventure

As I learn to love solo travelling more and more, I have discovered that no destination is off limits. If it is on the bucket list, I will find a way to get there. That said, as a solo travelling woman, I have to… Continue Reading “Mount Toubkal: Moroccan Adventure”