Southeast Asia is quite possibly one of the most magical regions on the planet. The countries there are absolutely full of amazing beaches, jungles, cities and even temples. If you are feeling a little stuck as to where to start, then this guide will certainly help you out. Pick a Few Countries and then Stick
Rotterdam sits in the southern part of The Netherlands and is the second largest city in the country, after Amsterdam. Due to the bombing in WWII Rotterdam was almost completely wiped out meaning that all of their architecture is fairly new and interesting. The photos you’ll get because of this are so symmetrical and futuristic meaning
Planning is, arguably, the most stressful part of any holiday. You have to make sure your all your plans line up with each other to avoid being disappointed or stuck, you wouldn’t want to book flights that arrive after that major concert you have tickets for has started. Here, I share my best hints and
Edinburgh is one of the best places to spend Halloween because there is so much to do around the city at that time of year and given it’s dark history, it’s easy to see why. It’s well known for being one of the most haunted cities in the UK and the activities available reflect that.
Travelling can be daunting, especially if you’re alone, but travelling solo is so worth it. The reality of life is that you can’t always have a travelling partner and that’s okay. Discovering new places, people, things etc. by yourself can be just as fun as discovering them with someone, if nore more exhilerating. Travelling solo
Stonehaven is a small harbour town in Aberdeenshire, only a 28 (ish) minute drive from Aberdeen. Stonehaven has become famous for the spectacular New Years Eve celebrations they put on, they perform an ancient fireball ceremony where people swing fire blazing balls above their heads to ward off evil spirits, and as with any New Years celebrations,
Holidays shouldn’t be stressful – you’re heading away to relax, not stress! There is no point in taking time off work just to return more stressed than when you left. Below I share my top tips on how to have a worry free holiday and returned genuinely refreshed.
Scotland is a beautiful country, particularly in the highlands. A lot of people who come to this beautiful country stay in Edinburgh instead of exploring the wonderful landscapes that Scotland has to offer. This is often because they are on a tight schedule. However, there is a great way to see Scotland in a day!
Travelling for the very first time can be terrifying. There are so many things to remember, like tickets, passposrts etc. Airports are so stressful for even the most relaxed people. This is why I can appreciate it when people are scared to travel. Flying on a plane can be so daunting, never mind going through