Ljubljana is super chilled – there’s not heaps to do and see, it’s more a city for exploring slowly, taking in the beautiful buildings and sipping coffee on the riverside. Fine by me! Continue reading One day in Ljubljana
I recently spent a few days in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, and I already want to go back. This was my first time in Portugal and I was completely won over by the laid back Mediterranean lifestyle. Continue reading 9 wonderful things about Lisbon
Colombia is famed for it’s breathtaking landscapes and outstanding natural beauty, and nowhere I visited in three and a half weeks was this more apparent than in Minca. Continue reading Mountain life in Minca, Colombia
If you’ve thought about travelling Colombia, then the chances are you’ve heard of Palomino, a seriously tiny town up north on the Caribbean coast that’s becoming an essential stop on the backpacker circuit. Continue reading Palomino – Colombia’s worst kept secret
Guatape is a little town about 1.5 hours outside of Medellin that’s become kind of Instagram famous for its rainbow coloured streets and unique buildings. Continue reading Why Guatape, Colombia is worth more than just a day trip!
How to get the most out of four days in the ‘City of Eternal Spring’… Continue reading Things to do in Medellin: four day itinerary
One thing I’ve learned since being in Brazil is that they love their food just as much as I do… Continue reading 5 places you must eat when visiting São Paulo!
For most people who love live music, Glastonbury is the pinnacle of the festival world, and growing up I was desperate to experience it for myself. After a couple of unsuccessful attempts to buy tickets, I finally got lucky a few years ago, and my eyes were opened to the magic of Glasto. Continue reading Why I love Glastonbury Festival
Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic postcard images in the world, and the tallest mountain in Japan. Nobody who visits Japan should miss it – it’s only ninety minutes drive outside of Tokyo and is quite simply one of the best things I’ve ever seen. Continue reading Visiting Mount Fuji