I wasn’t planning on posting anything until after I had finished uni work, as I wanted to focus solely on my blog as I was travelling round Europe (which will still be the case). However, I feel the need to post a quick note to acknowledge the current situation we are in and my thoughts. … Continue reading A brief comment.
Although I’d been to Ireland as a kid to visit family friends, the Republic’s capital had always been on my bucket list. So back in November last year, when I managed to bag dirt cheap flights over to the Emerald Isle, I forked out eight whole Great British Pounds and told my favourite travelling companion … Continue reading Virtual Scrapbook: Dublin for a Day
Hello lovely people of the internet! It’s been a while since my last post, which is partly down to a case of writers block but also because life has this annoying tendency to run away with itself, and there ain’t no way I’m running after anyone… unless there’s food involved, then I could possibly manage … Continue reading Scrapbooking in the Digital Age
It’s been a pretty quiet week for me and without trying to sound like a Negative Nancy, I’ve had very little motivation. With my productivity levels plateaued, it seems like the perfect occasion to revisit the only thing which is currently propelling me through this extremely mundane semester. There’s only 16 weeks, 3 days, 3 hours … Continue reading Planning: The Foundations | Interrail Adventure
I’ve always felt that the planning of a trip is just as enjoyable and fulfilling as the trip itself. There’s something about the fine details and endless research that for a typically very unorganised person I surprisingly find a great deal of satisfaction in. Probably because I’m a first class procrastinator and the daydream of … Continue reading Europe, we’re coming for ya.
When I was little my mum always dressed me in the best of the best, I had more toys than I knew what to do with and never an empty belly, and for that I am extremely lucky. But there was something else my family gave me that, although they may not have realised at … Continue reading A Need To Travel