A Winter’s Week in St Andrews: The Scottish Town That Will Capture Your Heart

Happy Sunday everyone, today’s travel post is all about the incredible town of St Andrews, a perfect destination no matter the weather. My family and I spent a beautiful week staying here, a place we have all loved and have grown up adoring. If you appreciate beaches, harbours, and gorgeous sunsets, all set in aContinue reading “A Winter’s Week in St Andrews: The Scottish Town That Will Capture Your Heart”

An Audience With Simon Reeve- Any Travel Fanatic’s Perfect Evening

“If it’s difficult for you, take things step by step” If you’ve never watched any of Simon Reeve’s travel programmes, you are majorly missing out. Simon is currently doing a tour around the UK, giving talks about the incredible places he’s visited, people he’s met, and how his career became what it is today. WeContinue reading “An Audience With Simon Reeve- Any Travel Fanatic’s Perfect Evening”

The Best Desserts and an Autumnal Escape: The Eis Cafe

October is in full swing folks! The leaves are already turning to warmer tones, and everyone just wants to be cosy with a hot beverage and a cosy blanket. Also, is it just me who has more cravings for indulging in some more seasonal treats? This cafe was a real gem of a find, havingContinue reading “The Best Desserts and an Autumnal Escape: The Eis Cafe”

Books I Love: Fabulous Fiction, Elegant Classics, and Powerful Poetry

Happy weekend everyone! Today I am sharing some of the books I have been loving recently, a mixture of fiction, a couple of classics, and even a couple of poetry books! So grab a coffee, you may well find your next favourite book… The Keeper of Lost Things- Ruth Hogan “the wonderful thing about booksContinue reading “Books I Love: Fabulous Fiction, Elegant Classics, and Powerful Poetry”

Exploring the Jurassic Coast

“The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul” – Wyland Travelling to new countries is one of the most exciting and fulfilling experiences you can have, however, exploring the country you are already in, is also an experience to make the most of. The Jurassic Coast is somewhere IContinue reading “Exploring the Jurassic Coast”

The Best of Bergerac: The French Market Towns You Will Fall in Love With

Welcome back to my Best of Bergerac series, the final instalment is here gang! So far we’ve covered the fabulous food, and some of the more rural scenery, today I am sharing with you the two market towns which made our trip; Duras and Eymet. So if you love a bit of travel photography andContinue reading “The Best of Bergerac: The French Market Towns You Will Fall in Love With”

The Ultimate University Guide: Advice on Moving into Student Accommodation

All those of you who are starting university this year will be moving into your student accommodation in a few weeks’ time so I thought this would be the perfect time to start my university series here on my blog, as I was in the same position a year ago! I am now going inContinue reading “The Ultimate University Guide: Advice on Moving into Student Accommodation”

The Best of Bergerac, Part Two: Sunsets, Sunflowers and the BEST villa

“The French air cleans up the brain and does good – a world of good.” – Vincent Van Gogh Welcome to the second instalment of ‘The Best of Bergerac’ series! Please visit my previous post if you would like to see some of the incredible French food and restaurants we visited on this trip (including theContinue reading “The Best of Bergerac, Part Two: Sunsets, Sunflowers and the BEST villa”

The Best of Bergerac: The Ultimate French Holiday Food Guide

Bonjour from the UK! I’ve now landed back in rainy England after the most incredible holiday in the Aquitaine region of Southern France. After sitting down and looking at all my holiday snaps and places I’ve been exploring, I’ve realised that we packed so much into our 10 day trip that one post may notContinue reading “The Best of Bergerac: The Ultimate French Holiday Food Guide”

Travel Essentials: What’s on my Summer Holiday Packing List

In just two days time I am flying out to Bergerac in the South of France for a ten day trip, so I have been starting to round up all the products that I am loving at the moment in preparation for the holiday pack. These are products that I have been summer lovin’, areContinue reading “Travel Essentials: What’s on my Summer Holiday Packing List”

Rousham, The Secret Garden of Oxfordshire

Rambling roses encasing woven branch archways that cover elegant pools of water, your reflection so vividly clear, the water is as tranquil as the peaceful aura that makes the garden so special… Rousham is 12 miles North of the city of Oxford, I am incredibly lucky to live so near to this exquisite place, itContinue reading “Rousham, The Secret Garden of Oxfordshire”

A Sunny Day in Edinburgh: What to do as a Tourist

“This is a city of shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas. A city so beautiful it breaks the heart again and again.” – Alexander McCall Smith One of the most vibrant and fascinating cities I have visited. I am lucky enough to have several members of my family living in the bustling city ofContinue reading “A Sunny Day in Edinburgh: What to do as a Tourist”