Rome Travel Guide

We immediately fell in love with Rome during our trip in 2014. There is a fascinating building (or the remains of one) on every corner! Click here to jump to Transport, Accommodation and Budget information Upon landing, we had no onward travel booked so we had to guess where to go. I was only 19Continue reading “Rome Travel Guide”

Tongariro Alpine Crossing

As we stepped off the bus the sun was shining brightly. There was a single whispery cloud hugging the peak of Mount Ngauruhoe.  “Beautiful day for it” exclaimed our coach driver in his thick Kiwi accent, “no problems with the weather for you guys today!” We gathered our belongings and the coach pulled away, leavingContinue reading “Tongariro Alpine Crossing”

Melbourne Travel Guide

Do you dream of visiting Australia? What better place to start than Victoria? Friendly people, amazing destinations and an amazing coffee culture! I have to say, Melbourne is my favourite Australian City. ,I think my love for coffee really blossomed here. Melbourne has taken all the best bits of the European coffee culture and linedContinue reading “Melbourne Travel Guide”

The Australian Easter Hunt

As it’s Easter, I thought I’d share with you my most memorable Easter ever. Let me set the scene a little bit… … I was Au Pairing on a farm in rural Victoria, Australia, for the family who would later become our very own adopted Aussie family. The farm was approximately 22,000 acres. Lets sayContinue reading “The Australian Easter Hunt”

A Day or Two in Paris – La Ville Lumière

Paris – the “City of Lights” Although our trip to Paris was some years ago, this beautiful place has so much character and so much to see that I wanted to share my memories of this romantic city. We visited Paris after I surprised my partner, Alex, with a trip to the magnificent city forContinue reading “A Day or Two in Paris – La Ville Lumière”

Planning a Backpacking Adventure

Lots of friends have been reaching out to me over the last few months asking where to start with planning the trip of a lifetime. In these uncertain times, it may be hard to pin point when your trip will happen but if you are self isolating/working from home and need a little break fromContinue reading “Planning a Backpacking Adventure”