The life of a backpacker is unique and exciting. It gives you an opportunity to escape the humdrum of everyday life, meet new people and experience new things. However, although the Facebook photos of
Christmas is different for everyone and it’s likely that most families have their own little idiosyncrasies when it comes to celebrating the festive season. I’ve heard of people who open their presents
Have a think; when was the last time you sent a postcard? And when was the last time you actually received one? Chances are they don’t come through your letterbox that often.
Thanks to the explosion
My last trip away made me realise how much we rely on technology while we’re travelling. How did people survive without Internet access? Or a phone? I’m sure back in the day the sense of adventure
The sun is out and the festival season is well and truly upon us! A few weeks ago I was at Parklife in Manchester and the next stop is Kendal Calling in the Lake District. Despite the mud and the rain
So, I’m still recovering from my first festival of the year...Parklife! Last weekend I donned my wellies and headed over to Manchester where I joined thousands of other festival revellers for a
There have been a few quite massive expenses recently which have meant my travel fund has taken a hit. In fact, the fund is almost non-existent at the moment!
I still have my trip booked to Croatia
In many ways, us English speakers have it pretty easy when we’re travelling. The majority of the time you will find people who speak your language or at least have a grasp of what you are saying.
Festival season is fast approaching and there are some great events going on this year which will see you through the summer. But forget mud, wellies and rain, if you’re lucky enough to be heading to
Today I decided to have a bit of an active day and go out on a bike ride to Saltaire. I headed into Leeds city centre where the Leeds-Liverpool canal begins and followed the tow path towards Saltaire.