Escape to Mexico – Living in Isla Holbox

Destinations, Isla Holbox, Life, Mexico, Travel

Living the island life, to many it may seem like a dream come true and to be honest it is but it also comes with many struggles and all round down days. I know there were many factors that contributed to me living here but I still get so confused as to how I actually […]

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Falling for New York

Destinations, Travel, USA

There I was, my two feet on the ground, the very ground that has seen so much devastation, so much hurt and pain. I have been here before and I am sure I will be here again but the over whelming feeling I experience each time, is new and different. The 9/11 Memorials are breath […]

November 18, 2015

20 Hours With a Stranger

Travel, USA

It was nearing the end of my trip in the USA and of course, money was tight. I had been good so far, trying to eat cheap but sometimes you just can’t say no to a juicy steak. I had a week to try and find a way to get from Nashville to New York, […]

November 6, 2015

42 Things Americans Do That I Just Don’t Understand


One of the main reasons that we all tend to travel is to experience new things, to see how the rest of the World lives their day to day lives. Some of us search for these experiences in far flung places, while the rest of us dedicate more time to explore our local area. The USA is similar […]

October 26, 2015

Review: Escape Campervans USA

Travel, USA

Let’s be honest, we’ve all dreamt of the open road, the freedom to choose left or right, to sleep beneath the stars and discover foreign lands. To go whether the wind blows you. To have nothing to guide you but a map, a map that is usually battered and ripped by the time you’ve finished. To […]

October 23, 2015

Camping California, The Cheap Way!

Destinations, Travel, USA

California has to be one of the most popular places to road trip and with good reason, with the Big Sur, Yosemite, Death Valley and Sequoia just to name a few, it is the perfect little round up of ocean, forest, mountains and great roads. The only problem is, if you are like me, doing […]

October 10, 2015

Joel’s Wish – Cycling Across America


I stumbled across Joel’s Wish while scrolling through my Facebook news feed and I was moved and inspired by the story and the people behind it. I have been thinking of the right words to introduce Kyle and the rest of the team behind Joel’s Wish but in all honesty, Kyle’s words have so much […]

June 8, 2015

A Guide to Taghazout, Morocco


If you are in need of a cheap and culture filled adventure, Morocco will tick all of your boxes. With it being only a 3 and half hour flight from London, you really can immerse yourself in a whole new World in really no time at all. Although my 10 days in Morocco was spent […]

May 22, 2015

Volunteering Saves The Day.


Travel, It’s not all about sipping pina coladas from coconuts, all night parties at the hostel or lazing in a hammock, reading your favourite book. While the thoughts of all of these are sometimes the reasoning behind scouring the internet for hours upon end, looking for last minute flights deals, sometimes travel is a lot […]

March 2, 2015

Q&A – Jamie Ramsay – Running from Canada to Argentina.


There may be many reasons why you would choose to give up 600 days of your life to run a gruelling 18,000 km, completely solo. Reasons really nobody will understand but you, a journey this big needs thinking about, it needs reassurance from others that it is actually possible and it needs dedication and determination. […]

February 21, 2015