As we all have, we are itching to get back on the road and explore new places. I have been looking through all my old photos and found some of my favourite travel pictures that I just wanted to share. From left to right, Greece where I volunteered for two months helping Mummy turtles nest, and baby turtles hatch. This beach clean was the beginning … Continue reading Wanderlust…
I have been training myself to become a certified Independent Travel Agent, and am now officially part of ABTA and I can now book and advise on travel for anyone and everyone! Family Vacations, Honeymoons, Adventure tours, 18-30 trips, cruises, Volunteer Programs, Experience days, or even if you just need advice on anything travel related please feel free to contact me! My real passion … Continue reading Travel Advice
What a time this is. How is everyone doing? What a strange time we are living in right now. It is difficult some days to see the positives in all this, especially when there are so many other things, we wish we could be doing! So, I just thought I would spread a little bit of positivity and love. In England, we are allowed … Continue reading A Little Positivity Goes A Long Way
This is a scary time right now, I will be honest, I wasn’t worried about Coronavirus at all. I thought it was another case of media trying to sell papers and stories. I figured it was just the flu but a little bit worse. It wasn’t until the past couple of days that I actually started to take it seriously, with all the craziness that … Continue reading Human Acts of Kindness
Imagine, you have just started working for a company, you haven’t even passed probation yet, and they ask you, ‘Hey want to go to India for the wedding of a friend of the companies?!’ Of course I do! Firstly, it has always been a dream of mine to go to India, but secondly, an Indian wedding?! That sounds incredible! We have all seen Bend … Continue reading Arriving in style…
I always seem to find myself in a positive head space surrounded by good things and good peo0ple, and then I forget to write. It could be construed as selfish, or attention seeking that I only write when I am working through emotions and feelings, but for me I think it is just my way of laying everything out on paper, acknowledging how I feel … Continue reading Hey.. It’s been a while..
There is something about the friendships you create through Workaway that is different and unique to every other friendship you have. Maybe its because after a long, gruelling trip on a local bus, with little to no idea as to where it is going, they are the first faces you see that welcome you to the area. Maybe it’s the instant common understanding that you’re … Continue reading From Workawayers To Lifelong Friend
Leaving Mostar, I was excited to move on as always, but sad because it’s the only place I have been to so far on this trip that has left me so touched. The culture, history and clear impact the war had on the city, and the absolute determination the locals have to get past, and overcome this disaster was inspiring and really left me feeling … Continue reading There’s snakes in Trebinje?!
Meeting new people everyday is the best part about travelling, people who inspire you, people who frustrate you, people who challenge your ideas and morals and beliefs. People who challenge a stereotype you have created in your mind, people who live up to the stereotype, people who leave you speechless, people who leave you questioning how they have managed to survive alone, half way … Continue reading Sunsets and Strangers
27 things that happened on my bus through Albania, and I promise this is all true. 1. They label the physical seat, not the space in front where you actually place your body, so I am minding my own business, peacefully sitting in my dedicated seat number 33. To which the bus driver approaches me and tells me that that is seat 35 and now … Continue reading Albania – Bosnia, 27 Reasons to Travel by Bus