His giant green head loomed out of the choppy seawater. Gulls dancing around his eyes, bravely dived into his substantial[…]Read more
Tag: travelling around the world
The Taste of El Salvador: Making Pupusas!
In El Salvador, pupusas are served on every street corner, in cafes, markets, outside people’s homes, and by the beach.[…]Read more
Saying ‘So Long’ to 2016: A Year Filled With Hidden Adventure
So that’s it then. 2017 has somehow snuck up around a chilly northern corner and chased 2016 off in a cloud[…]Read more
Winter Wanderlust: My top 5 destinations to escape the UK’s cold months
It’s that time of year again. I see mostly darkness as the days are so short and I want to[…]Read more
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia Part 2: The world as a painting
A 3 day Salar de Uyuni tour in Bolivia has more to offer than merely salt flats. The area around[…]Read more
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia: A 3 day tour (Part 1)
Salar de Uyuni is the biggest salt flat in the world and sits at an altitude of 3656m. Where there[…]Read more
Surviving Coming Home
Usually at some point, the travels have to end. Lack of funds, family commitments, work or study – something usually drags you back to your homelands. Whether you’ve been away a week, a month, a year or a decade, it can be a tricky time for any travel-lover.
Since returning from my recent trip to Vietnam, I’ve been reflecting on how best to cope with these feelings. Here are my tips to surviving it all better than I did!!Read more
First Time Traveller? Vietnam is perfect for you!
Travelling alone for the first time naturally brings with it some nerves and anxiety but this should never be a reason not to go. Vietnam is a beautiful and fascinating country to visit and what’s more it is easy and safe to travel around. Read on to find out more about why it will be the perfect destination for your first solo trip.Read more
In celebration of Galapagos Tortoises
Galapagos tortoises are one of the most spectacular creatures you will see when visiting the archipelago off the coast of Ecuador and things are looking up for their survival in the wild.Read more
What is it like to take a 38 hour bus in South America?
Thinking of backpacking around South America? Love them or hate them, the long distance buses are an essential part of[…]Read more