A step-by-step guide to planning an overseas trip for first-time planners who want to ensure they’ve considered all the big details and don’t miss any of the little ones.
In this second instalment of The London Diaries, you might be surprised to learn that I survived my first week living in London. Things really started to come together in the second half of my first week, as did my compilation of tales from the tube.
I’m quite aware that Jordan isn’t your typical holiday destination. So, it wasn’t much of surprise when my plans to travel to the lesser-known Middle-Eastern country were met with a few raised eyebrows, comments and questions as to why someone like me, a solo female, would travel there. I’m here to tell (and show) you exactly why!
Have you ever gone on a seven-week holiday and then decided a week before you’re due to fly home that you’re going to move to London? Before this week, I would’ve said no, too.
This guide to Fethiye shares a list of the best things to do, where to stay, how to get there and solo travel tips for one of Turkey’s coastal gems.
A day exploring Luxembourg City, the quaint capital city of Luxembourg, is full of fairytale-like charm. This lesser-known European gem, encompassed by Germany, France and Belgium, offers cobblestone river-side strolls, historical tunnels and 81-metre views of the city from a mechanical pod.
Aboard the MS Ribic to sail Croatia with Travel Talk Tours for a week of adventure, historical sights and sun-filled days with an amazing bunch of new friends, as well as some not-so-smooth sailing.
A three-day guide for the Amalfi Coast, which is one of the most beautiful, rugged and colourful stretches of the southern Italian coastline. Vineyards and lemon groves grow cliffside, and colourful houses cling to the sides of cliffs, built up originally as fishing villages, while other cliffs plunge straight into the Tyrrinean Sea.
I’m not sure there’s another American city that’s quite like New Orleans. There’s no doubt that it’s the unique sights, sounds and soul that draw people from all over the country and tourists from around the world to New Orleans.
There are always two sides to every story and travel isn’t always beautiful photographs and smooth sailing. On my travels, there have been many hiccups (some more disruptive than others) that have challenged me and have also left me with funny and embarrassing or inspiring tales to tell when I return home.