Stefan came to the door, his hair was wild and he was wearing an infectiously genuine smile. … More My #1 Hostel: a home away from home
Our buzzer began to buzz and with it rose my excitement. I’d never had a steak in the restaurant before and I am glad I saved myself for this one. It was everything your first time is supposed to be. … More Where to eat in Lisbon – My Number One Recommendation!!
Lisbon is a beautiful, romantic and delicious city. Made of hills, filled with pastry and glazed with art- its the ideal European destination. … More A perfect evening in Lisbon- scooters and piri piri chicken
I was intending on writing, however I found myself captured by the music and much to my surprise, relaxing. … More Travelling at home: My perfect day in Oxford
A trip to Newcastle is not complete without a trip to the coast. The past few times Harry and I have been to Newcastle, we have chosen Tynemouth as our spot. That coastline is both filled with memories from my childhood and where I do all my dreaming for the future. On the corner of … More Tynemouth – One of my favourite spots in the world
There was a fantastic mix of radicals with the logos painted onto their bodies, business men in suits and everything in between. … More Extinction Rebellion – April protest: Part two
The roads around Marble Arch, that previously have caused me many near misses with aggressive drivers were now fully pedestrianised. … More Extinction Rebellion – The April protests: part one
That night I laid in bed and just thought to myself ‘Ah shit’. … More Stari Most Bridge: To jump or not to jump
I travel to learn, to feel what it’s like walking through different cities.I travel for clarity,simply to see the stars, sunrises and sunsets.I travel because I appreciate the privilege, growing up, I didn’t think it would be possible for me.I travel because it helps me be a better person, to escape.It reminds me I’m more … More Why do I travel?
As a coffee snob, you can trust me on that. … More 5 ‘Can’t miss’ cafes in Oxford’s city centre