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On happiness, beauty and the million ways in which travel can inspire you.

** This is me publishing an old draft (2018) that never saw the light of day, and that I think we all need right now in these crazy times! Stay strong everybody ** It’s easy to feel down, constricted in your own surroundings, unable… Continue Reading “On happiness, beauty and the million ways in which travel can inspire you.”

TRAVEL INSPIRATION: CENOTE SUYTUN, MEXICO!

Our travel inspiration of the week takes us to the mesmerising Mexico, in the Yucatan peninsula. In a setting very similar to the cave from H2O: Just Add Water (millennial talking here), Cenote Suytun is an underground cave which will take your breath away and make you feel like in a fairytale. Click to find out more.

GUY FAWKES NIGHT: A BRITISH CELEBRATION OF CIVIL UNREST

Who is the guy and why is there fire all over the place? British culture will explain.

TRAVEL INSPIRATION: KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA!

This week’s travel inspiration is a little more extravagant and wider: the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia. Situated in the Pacific Ring of Fire, it has been called the land of ice and fire where cold winters are counteracted by a multitude of active volcanoes sprinkled across the area. Find out more..

SLEEPING ROUGH ON THE STREETS OF ZÜRICH: the crazy night that happened

I recently visited Münich, Germany. I was in Scotland before then. I was in Italy afterwards.

Sounds like a great trip, you’ll be naïvely thinking in your head.

My story, though, lies in the middle.

8 MUST-SEE THINGS DURING YOUR TRIP TO GUATEMALA

In the heart of Central America, lies a small corner of heaven named Guatemala. With a population of almost 17 million people and a history of civil unrest, the country can only be described as a human jungle where tradition is met with modern development, creating a powerful land of possibility which dates back to the Mayan empire. These are the 8 things you really can’t miss.

HOW I ACCIDENTALLY GOT A CHINESE PEN PAL.. IN PERSON

Year 2012. Sixteen year old me. Beijing, China. And a missing postcard. What happened?

IS TRAVELLING AN ESCAPE?

And if so, is it the good kind?