Week 32 – Gratitude Challenge – A City I Have Visited

As my travels have become very few recently I am going to throw back to the last time I visited Bath as it is one of my favourite places to day trip to. A few times, I have looked into moving to Bath, even studying there. The views and architecture are superb, it is a…

Park Farm Holidays – Stow-on-the-Wold

This week, I have had the pleasure of being invited to look around the new build and refurbished Park Farm Home rental and just wow at all they have to offer. Tucked away in Stow-On-The-Wold surrounded by views of the Cotswolds and beyond this beautiful country home is available to rent and the owner Sally…

Our Travel Bucket List

As summer fast approaches and in some cases not fast enough, the planning starts for summer getaways. This summer will see a different summer for myself and Mr N, as we both impatiently await the birth of our first born daughter. Travelling is off the to-do list, for now, however, we have put together our travel…

Vintage Shopping in Budapest

Vintage shopping in Budapest is amazing! There is nothing more exciting than when you buy vintage clothes. A key element of the self-expression of style, the vintage style itself, is interesting because each dress and piece have its own story and part of history. So why settle for an imitation when you can dress in the…

Galway, Ireland – Travel Review

The “City of Tribes” Galway is located in the west of Ireland. The city lies on the River Corrib between Lough Corrib and Galway Bay. Often referred to as the ‘most Irish’ of Ireland’s cities, it’s bohemian and historical streets are lively and welcoming with brightly painted pubs and  restaurants. The medieval walls surround the…

Visiting Shakespeare’s Birth Place- Stratford Upon Avon

Celebrating the 400th year of Shakespeare, I visited for the first time, Stratford Upon Avon. Visiting the house where the world’s most famous playwright was born and grew up, I thought I would share this with you. Shakespeare’s Birthplace on Henley Street has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years. This is the house where William…

Budapest – Travel Review

One evening over a few pints before Christmas, myself and two girly friends decided to visit Budapest. Snapping up an amazing deal on Holiday Pirates we packed tightly small cases and went on an adventure March 2016. Budapest is the capital of Hungary and one of the largest cities in the EU. Budapest became a…

Pencil Museum – Keswick

In the heart of the Lake District, the town of Keswick hosts a small but colourful museum. It’s home to the world’s longest colour pencil and I was pretty excited to visit there on my recent holiday. Your ticket into the museum is a pencil and they remind you at the door to look out…

Abu Dhabi – Travel Review

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, sits off the mainland of the Persian Gulf on an island. Its main exports are oil and following in the footsteps of Dubai, it’s business is reflected by the skyline’s modern towers and shopping mega centres such as Abu Dhabi, Yas and Marina malls. The Sheikh Zayed…

The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction

The Tale of Peter Rabbit was Beatrix Potter’s first children’s book, published in 1902. After experiencing difficulty finding a publisher, having sent the manuscript to 6 different publishers, and receiving 6 rejections, the book was eventually accepted by the London firm of Frederick Warne & Co. It was an instant success and Beatrix went on to…

Travel Essentials Summer 2015

   We are already a few weeks into summer and most of us are jet setting off into the sunshine. Most of us have waiting months for sun, sea and the sand between our toes. Myself, it’s been over 5 long years since I stepped on a plane to relax in a tropical climate. Your skin…