Quite a while ago now I was tagged in a travel blogger series by The Little Backpacker (read her interview here) that was doing the rounds called ‘5 Cities I Would Return To’, and obviously, me being me, I started a post for it, and then promptly forgot all about it until just now. So … More 5 Cities I Would Return To
Since returning from my travels I’ve had a serious case of the post-travel blues, especially while I’ve been sat at home not really doing much. So I’ve been consoling myself with little reminders of the trip, and looking back at my photos from around the world has really helped me focus earning some money so … More Photo Essay: Amazing Sights Around The World
A post I wrote for gapyear.com has just gone live. It’s all about my experience at the Loi Krathong lantern Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand, almost exactly an entire year ago. Read here about how I learnt to make a decorated floating candle and just how incredible it was to see the sky come to … More Gapyear.com Guest Post – Loi Krathong Lantern Festival
To most people, the 5th of November means fireworks, bonfires and toffee apples, but for me, November 5th will always hold a completely different meaning. For me, it was the start of something amazing. It was the day I left the UK to embark upon the most epic of adventures; put simply, it was the … More One Year Today
As I sit here in cold, grey London, searching for any and all jobs so I can make some money and go on another adventure, I’m having a serious case of the post-travel blues. So I thought I’d take a look back at some of my earliest travelling photographs. This was taken on the steps … More Photo Of The Week: RTW Throwback
This past year has been just unimaginably incredible, so I thought I’d make a video of all the best, funniest and most epic moments that happened along the way. Thank you to everyone who made this year everything that it was.
So here I am. Back at Camp Sloane for the summer. My travelling escapades are over and it’s time to get back to work…and when I say work I mean have the most fun a girl can have in the best place in the world doing something she loves. I cannot believe how quickly this … More Around The World Round Up
Just a quick post to say we have made it to 100 days since we left home…bring on the next 100!
1. Tuk Tuk in Bangkok…fun, scary and ever so slightly death-defying. Just be sure to bargain your price before you climb on board. 2. Sawngaethew in Chiang Mai…a communal open-backed hop on, hop off van. Like the tuk tuk’s in Bangkok, just make sure you work out your price before you get in. 3. The … More Top 5 Friday: Modes Of Transport In SE Asia
Here’s the second part to our Thai adventures…the islands!