How to Spend 24 Hours in Dubrovnik

How to Spend 24 Hours in Dubrovnik

Probably the most famous city in Croatia, Dubrovnik is a must-see for any visit to this beautiful country. The stunning walled city clings to the sparkling Adriatic sea and invites visitors to explore the secrets within its walls. Short on time? Don’t worry about it, it’s the perfect size to explore in a day. Here’s how to spend 24 hours in Dubrovnik. Read more

10 Best Books Set in Iceland and Greenland

best books set in Iceland and Greenland

When the days are short, the nights are dark and winter truly sets in, there’s nothing better than curling up with a good book. Particularly when that book is one of the 10 best books set in Iceland and Greenland. After all, if there is any place that knows about winter, it’s here. So if you’re looking for a dark comedy, a chilling crime thriller or perhaps some historical fiction to warm your winter nights with, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s get started. Read more

My 2018 Plans and Goals

my 2018 plans and goals

Can you believe it’s already the second week in 2018? I have been meaning to sit down and gather my thoughts about my 2018 plans and goals since New Years Day, but days flew by. Still, it’s never too late to set some good intentions is it? And that’s what I want to talk about today… Read more

9 Things to do in Paris that are cliché but fun

9 Things to do in paris that are cliche but fun

Earlier this year my sister and I finally got the chance to visit Paris. The city of light. It’s the one place that features on most bucket lists and it had been on ours for years. Needless to say, we loved it! I read so many lists of things to do in Paris before I went and I enjoyed them so much I thought I would share my own. However, because not everything can be an alternative and super cool, this one is a little different! Read more

A Trip to Galway, Inisheer and The Cliffs of Moher

A Trip to Galway Inisheer and The Cliffs of Moher

Recently I packed my bags and headed on a trip to Galway and Inisheer with some friends for a summer getaway. With fabulous scenery, great Guinness and a visit Father Ted’s house I couldn’t resist the opportunity to tell you about it! Read more

How to Make the Most of a Short Getaway

How to Make the Most of a Short Getaway

There’s nothing better than travelling. You experience new places and cultures, try new foods and soak up a world away from your own. But between working full time and juggling finances, long trips often aren’t feasible. However, when you learn how to make the most of a short getaway you can dip your toe in the world of travel and still be home for work on Monday. The perfect compromise! Read more