In the process of writing my last post, I realised I had a lot of information and advice for people who want to visit Stockholm stored in my head. I also realised that sometimes when you're doing research about a country you're looking to visit, you also don't want to spend hours and hours reading … Continue reading Can you visit Stockholm on a Budget? Part Two – Activities and Appetite
Scandinavian countries are known for their natural beauty, their unique history, and also for how damn expensive they are to visit. Every person I know who has had the opportunity to visit Sweden, Finland or Norway has said the same thing - how much it cost while they were over there. That's why I was … Continue reading Can you visit Stockholm on a Budget? Part One – Travel and Accomodation
Discovering the hidden gems of Walthamstow and attending Community Festival, here is the round-up of my latest trip to London.
York is easily one of my favourite cities in the UK. Not only does it have a rich history down every cobbled street, it is breathtakingly beautiful and has some of the glorious buildings I've ever seen.
I always think that my life isn’t actually that interesting and I don’t actually do much with my spare time. But, after spending a lot of time on trains last weekend I realised that I actually do get up to quite a lot. That’s why my first returning post is going to be a roundup of some of my February highlights.
At the weekend I went on a cute little road trip back down to my second home, Nottingham. It's the first time I've been back since graduating and that itself is a weird feeling. I spent three years of my life living there, and it still took me six months to pluck up the courage to … Continue reading Home, sweet home (almost)