The Ultimate Guide to Isla Holbox

Isla Holbox, Mexico, Travel

Located just off the Mexican coast, on the Yucatan Peninsula of Quintana Roo, lies a lazy yet vibrant island; a magical getaway from all the hustle and bustle of Playa del Carmen and Cancun. It’s cultivating charm comes from it’s unique character, the ‘not yet’ overly developed island holds host to many hidden gems, miles of white sandy beaches, an abundance of wildlife […]

Continue Reading

Q&A: Christoph Rehage – The Longest Way.


Travel

  Christoph Rehage set off from Beijing On November 9th, 2007, on his 26th Birthday with nothing but himself and the open road. The video he put together went viral with over 5 million views on YouTube alone. He has stopped walking for now but has kindly taken some time to answer some of my questions. […]

March 30, 2014

Q&A: Nate Damm – Walking Across America.


Travel

Who is Nate Damm? This is a short bio taken from his website;- ‘Short version of my story: Grew up in Maine, went to school, started a nice life, gave everything up to walk across America, and never went back to the real world. I’ve been on the road since February of 2011. Currently wandering […]

March 13, 2014

Visit Britain: Stratford-upon-Avon.


Travel

Are you visiting the UK and looking for a typical English town to visit? Then Stratford upon Avon is the place to go. The small town is located in Warwickshire, England and is best known for being the birthplace of  William Shakespeare. Here you are not short of places to see, eat and drink and […]

March 6, 2014

Q&A: Sven de Hondt – Hitch Hiking Half Way Across The World.


Travel

Who is Sven de Hondt? Well on his website (www.hetjaarvandehond.be) he describes himself in this way;- “I’m a freelance-journalist for the Belgian magazines P-magazine & Che-magazine, a bartender in a Belgian beer bar, a movie aficionado, a self declared pop culture critic, a past time date show participant, a storyteller and an alternative traveller”. Sven embarked […]

February 26, 2014

New Zealand – The Cheap Way.


The Cheap Way, Travel

If your from the northern hemisphere, a trip down to New Zealand or Australia can end up costing you an arm and a leg. In reality, it’s something you would have to really plan and save up for. Then there is me, who used her monthly pay packet to buy a one way ticket to Auckland with […]

February 19, 2014

Female Solo Travel Tips – Budapest


Destinations, Europe, Travel

Budapest is the capital city of a small European country called Hungary. It is a cultural city, with plenty of things to see and do and even more to eat and drink. I highly recommend a visit to this beautiful city. I visited for 5 nights as a female solo traveller and would like to share […]

January 20, 2014

My Austrian Adventure


Destinations, Europe, Travel

I left in the early hours of the morning from London Stansted, just before the sun came up, so I was lucky enough to catch the sunrise somewhere over France as I was flying over but unluckily I just couldn’t manage to take a decent picture through the plane window. The plane was half empty which […]

January 16, 2014

Q&A: Mike Spencer Bown – Worlds Most Travelled Man.


Travel

Michael Spencer Bown left his home in Calgary in 1989 and went on one of the biggest adventures of his life so far. He ended his trip this year with a Guinness in Ireland after 23 years on the road. After tracking him down, he kindly agreed to answer some of my questions for me. Here he shares with […]

November 24, 2013