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 … Continue reading Tynemouth – One of my favourite spots in the world
That night I laid in bed and just thought to myself 'Ah shit'.
As a coffee snob, you can trust me on that.
The British coast is romantic, it's inspiring, humbling and comforting all at once.
Adrenaline, snow capped mountains, cosy chalets and some of the worlds finest chocolate. Bern, Switzerland's capital city, is as warm and welcoming as any small mountain town. High prices can put some people off but regardless of your budget, Switzerland is a must visit. My most memorable travel experience took place in the Swiss Alps … Continue reading Switzerland – What goes up, must come down.
Slovenia is an immensely underrated country. Home to some of the top outdoor sport locations in Europe, it's not a destination to overlook. Carving it's way down from Italy to North-Western Slovenia is the Soča River. With crystal clear water fresh from the Julian Alps it adds luxurious sparkle to the already picture-perfect natural landscape. … Continue reading Slovenia – The Soča Valley
Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, a country that is often overlooked. I've often described it as 'similar to Switzerland but cheap'. It means you can have that adorable skiing or winter vacation without maxing your overdraft. I have been twice. Once on my European trip in May 2017 and then again in December 2018 … Continue reading Ljubljana: Love at first wander