16 April 2022
How to spend 48 hours in Split
Here’s how to enjoy an affordable trip in one of the most beautiful regions in the world: Croatia
30 March 2022
How to spend 48 hours in Venice
A guide on how to avoid the crowds, whilst still making the most out of Venice – and no it does not include a Gondola ride.
22 March 2022
How to spend 48 hours in Copenhagen
I take you on a walking tour of all of the must-see locations and experiences the Danish capital has to offer.
10 January 2022
Venice: bubonic plague versus coronavirus
Is pandemic travel really that modern a phenomenon?
17 June 2021
7 places you wish you could travel to this summer
If you’re feeling the travel bug and need inspiration, read on for our recommendations!
9 June 2021
The year of the staycation: Making the most of the UK
Need a holiday but can’t face the crowds of Cornwall? Below are some of the best kept secrets of our humble island. Whether you’re a beach bum, city dweller and adrenaline junkie, we’ve got you covered!
17 May 2021
Coronavirus restrictions eased as cinemas and museums reopen
Following the roadmap out of lockdown, the UK government has eased restrictions on social interaction, the cultural and hospitality sectors and international travel, though there are concerns about the spread of the new ‘Indian’ variant.
27 September 2019
What not to miss in Boulder County, Colorado
Boulder County: the antidote to American chutzpah and the answer to summer holiday longings.
3 September 2019
Crossing the border
How can you travel three metres and lose an hour? Time zones are a peculiar concept, but somehow it wasn’t the strangest transition I experienced in those three metres.
26 February 2019
Brexit, the arts & young performers
How Brexit will affect Arts and Culture in the UK
12 November 2018 – 28 November 2018
New international bursaries for UK bloggers
Apply by 28 November for the chance to travel overseas – to Nigeria, Romania or a country of your choice – and get a piece of work published
8 October 2018
Back to school
When we hear the phrase “Back to School” we always think of sweet little backpacks, coloured pencil cases and wrapping paper covered notebooks. But you can go back to school at any age.
26 September 2018
The Best Year of Your Life
Gap Years offer a wealth of opportunities to young people, but it’s not all elephant sanctuaries in South East Asia, you have to learn to navigate the adult world.
27 July 2018
Guide to Backpacking on a Budget
The expenses of travelling can be daunting, but there are plenty of ways to help save money to allow you to embark on that dream trip.
6 July 2018
Volunteering Abroad - Not What I Signed Up For, Part 2
You might think the people who do volunteering programmes abroad would be people who actually, you know, care about volunteering. But, sadly, that’s not the case at all. Or, at least, it wasn’t the case for me.
29 June 2018
Volunteering Abroad - Not What I Signed Up For, Part 1
I spent ten weeks volunteering with a charity last autumn, but it wasn't exactly the experience I hoped it would be.
29 June 2018
One for the Bucket List
Travelling alone may seem like a daunting prospect, but in reality it could be one of the most exciting and rewarding adventures of your life.
23 May 2018
Two Weeks with a Trump Supporter
On my travels I spent two weeks with a #MAGA fan, who also happens to be one of my favourite people in the world… and I can’t reconcile the two