Lifestyle, Travel

Camping in Cambridgeshire

Like many people, our Summer plans were halted by Covid-19. We were meant to be travelling to Puglia, Italy but our holiday was understandably postponed until next year. Still keen to make the most of our time off, in a safe way, I decided that we should go camping in the UK. I think it's… Continue reading Camping in Cambridgeshire

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Lifestyle, Travel

5 Tips for Solo Travel

1. Carry a portable charger with you and if you can afford to - have two of them at least. Your hostel will have a plug socket next to the bed - overnight - you can plug your charger into it whilst charging your phone at the same time. This is a lifesaver - especially… Continue reading 5 Tips for Solo Travel


Birthday Day Out in London

It was my boyfriend's birthday and I wanted to plan a special, surprise day out for us in London. I spent a long time deciding where we should go and what activities to organise because there is so much choice. It was so hard to keep the itinerary a secret from him as I was… Continue reading Birthday Day Out in London


Chocolate Chip Orange Cookies

I don't know about you but I hate it when you look up a recipe and the author has rambled on about the origins of the food and their holiday to The Maldives when all you wanted to know was how to make the thing. I was craving "Terry's Chocolate Orange" yesterday but didn't have… Continue reading Chocolate Chip Orange Cookies


Amsterdam as a Solo Female Traveller

I had some holiday to take at the beginning of the year and I didn't want it to be wasted on watching Netflix in bed. I've also been really good at saving so thought I should treat myself and head to one of my favourite destinations - Amsterdam. I went before - back in 2016… Continue reading Amsterdam as a Solo Female Traveller


San Sebastian, Sangria and Sand

It's time for another travel blog post - my favourite kind of throwback. It was one of my best friends Hayley's 30th birthday and she kindly invited us to join her on a trip to San Sebastian in Spain. It is a coastal town in the Basque region, renowned for their cuisine and world celebrated… Continue reading San Sebastian, Sangria and Sand


Reykjavik and Beyond

Never in a million years would I have expected to win a free trip to Iceland but it happened and I'll forever be thankful for the opportunity to visit such an amazing country with my colleagues. The flight was around three hours so I brought our netbook with me to watch "You" on the way… Continue reading Reykjavik and Beyond


Marseille with my Mum

I booked a week off work during February half term so that my mum and I could go on holiday. We wanted to go somewhere on the cheap and after exploring many options, we finally settled on Marseille. It is the oldest and second largest city in France after Paris. It is located in the… Continue reading Marseille with my Mum


A Week in Tenerife

Brace yourselves. This is a long post with lots of photographs. I have tried to condense my experience as much as possible so I hope that you enjoy reading about it. I had never desired to visit Tenerife, but one of my closest friends decided to have her hen do at her favourite resort on… Continue reading A Week in Tenerife