India: The land that split opinion (Part 2)

The love-hate relationship with this weird and fascinating country has not only continued but intensified as we hit the main cities. After the tranquility and adventure of the amazing Hampi, it was time to head south towards Karnataka but, to get there, first up was a daunting overnight train ride. We’d soaked up the experience … More India: The land that split opinion (Part 2)


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

September Squats!

When it comes to exercise as a traveller its something you find hard to fit in unless you’re at a standstill in some place, not to mention the eating and switching of good food to bad. I really enjoy keeping fit but have to admit when I get out of the swing of it I … More September Squats!

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.


I have excitedly arrived in Cape Town after a long 20 hour flight with a stop over in Dubai. Well actually it is now Tuesday evening, so apologies for the late post…been busy with the penguins. As much as I was terrified of the plane journey to South Africa, I was shocked at how easy … More Newbie


Whilst on our special, beautiful and memorable holiday, my mum and I decided it was about time to purchase our own pair of Menorcan sandals.  A simple, yet very practical and comfy sandal worn by all the locals. Thinking ahead, my new sandals will be great for travelling, plus keep a look out for them … More Toes