Family away from home

A little slice of heaven that hasn’t been exposed to many tourists is just 10km north of Alleppey – Marari beach. We heard no other backpackers talk of the place but were recommended it by a couple we met. We booked ourselves two nights at the loveliest place we’ve stayed yet! Umapathi Homestay. Umapathi being … More Family away from home


After leaving the UK at the end of January for a third time travelling, my family have set up a project on social media as a means of keeping in touch through creativity; an Instagram account under the name of Mooshles. A completely random word but meaningful to us, with a sense of being together. The idea … More Mooshles

See ya kids!

My time as an Au Pair is sadly over and came to an abrupt, unexpected end earlier this past weekend. Something that I thought would never happen, especially my time being an Au Pair. But as it is there is always two sides to every story. My host family has her side and I respect … More See ya kids!


Time is the most precious thing every living being has. It is ours to do as we please, how we use time is different for everyone. Some take time for granted, throwing it into crime and punishment or not pursuing what they really want, others use it to please their lifestyle in working 24 hours … More Time

Au Pair Life.

When I first started looking into travelling my first stop was the option of Au Pairing in another country, considering it gave me the comfort and stress free option of accommodation sorted, and being able to live the lifestyle of a local. I originally researched into American Au Pairing; living over there for a year … More Au Pair Life.

My miracle in Harare

The horrible experience of being robbed in Victoria Falls left me in such a state stranded at the campsite with the remainder of our group that had finished their leg of the journey with ATC (Africa Travel Co.). Despite the seriousness of our situation we were ignored by the police department and security, which made … More My miracle in Harare