The Thrifty Traveller’s Food Guide to Reykjavik, …

A universal fact about Iceland is that it’s a pretty expensive place to be. So expensive, in fact, that at one point I was browsing a bookstore and a regular paperback book that would cost £7 in England cost approximately…

The Thrifty Traveller’s Guide to the Blue …

When heading to Iceland, one thing on everybody’s bucket list is the Blue Lagoon. The geothermal spa welcomes over 700 thousand visitors each year and with the water’s skin-healing properties, ideal location and brilliant in-pool bar, the Lagoon is somewhere…

The Thrifty Traveller’s Guide to Reykjavik, Iceland

Travelling is such an exhilarating, exciting thing to do – but there’s a lot of intimidation surrounding it due to the expense that it can bring. Because of this, I wanted to do more ‘thrifty travel’ posts on my blog,…

Top Three Cities in Europe to Visit During …

With the weather getting warmer, flowers coming into bloom and a new year of events and festivals ahead of us – Spring is a fantastic season to explore cities and countries near and far. And with the diversity available in Europe,…

The Wanderlust Guide to Corralejo, Fuerteventura

The town of Corralejo, found on the North point of Fuerteventura, is the most popular on the entire island. Boasting dramatic landscapes from desert dunes to clear blue shores and volcanic beaches, it’s no wonder why the town is so…

Carbs, Ruins & Ramblings: Rome Travel Diary

Benvenuto! Last month Scott and I spent a long weekend in the city of Rome, Italy. I had been excitedly awaiting this holiday since the moment Scott surprised me with it for Christmas – as I’d always wanted to visit…

Iceland Travel Diary

Velkomið! I love reading other bloggers’ travel diaries. It’s an intimate look into their lives: how they personally enjoyed their travels, what they explored and what their favourite aspects of their trips were. When blogging about travel, it’s so tempting…

Finding Cosy Looks for Less: Iceland Style Guide

At the beginning of January, my better half and I decided that we’d take on Iceland to start 2017 in style! Going on a trip somewhere colder than home was new territory for me, and going somewhere that was regularly…

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Visiting the Amstelveen Christmas Markets, Amsterdam

Earlier this year, my friends and I took our first ‘squad trip’ to Amsterdam where I fell in love with the place (you can read all about that here!). The city, the community: the overall relaxed vibe of Amsterdam was…

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Seventy Two Hours in Amsterdam

Amsterdam: the city of 160 canals that span 60 miles. Supported by over 11,000,000 wooden poles that hoist up the city: grounded in 11 metres of sand. With over 881,000 bicycles to a ratio of 799,400 people – it’s always been…