Iceland | I’ve Arrived, Whether I Like It Or Not…

Glad to step off the plane after the weirdest flight I've ever had, I was finally in Iceland. I had been very open since we'd left home two weeks ago that I was not, in any shape or form, bothered about coming to the country. In fact, it was the reason that we'd only booked… Continue reading Iceland | I’ve Arrived, Whether I Like It Or Not…


Bergen | My Introduction To Thor

I was so lucky to have such a lovely and sunny day free to explore Bergen. The next two days were consistent, ridiculous levels of rain, and I got so wet on my first day trying to find the conference venue that I had to take my soaked shoes off when I got there! The second day… Continue reading Bergen | My Introduction To Thor

Gibraltar, Postcards

Postcard from…Gibraltar, again.

I visited Gibraltar on a rainy Sunday, when there were hardly any shops open and there were barely any people around. Although the weather wasn't great, it did mean I didn't have to queue for hours to get through border control from Spain to Gibraltar, and there weren't huge crowds to battle. A huge cloud engulfed… Continue reading Postcard from…Gibraltar, again.


Palma is go!

After a few really tough months, I've finally got a break booked! My boyfriend and I are heading off to the (hopefully) sunny island of Majorca for a city break mashed with a pool holiday. Based on our usual time of booking, we're way in advance this time as we've got three and a half… Continue reading Palma is go!

Luton Hoo, side entrance
England, Photo Friday

Photo Friday: Stately Home

Luton Hoo is a country estate, home to a luxury hotel, restaurant, golf course and spa. Sitting between Luton, Bedfordshire and Harpenden, Hertfordshire, it has a history of over 300 years. But most importantly, I got to enjoy lunch there today, meaning I got to take some snaps of the amazing grand house (now the… Continue reading Photo Friday: Stately Home

Brussels, Photo Friday

Photo Friday: Rainy Brussels

We arrived in Brussels to find a rainy city - not great when you are trying to find your hotel and pulling a super heavy suitcase for a 20-minute walk! As we got to the hotel, one of the things the receptionist advised we do was climb the 'mountain' for great views of the city.… Continue reading Photo Friday: Rainy Brussels