Last year for my twenty-somethingth birthday, my fiancé and I went on holiday to France. His store manager owned a house in a small village called Marcillac le Croisille which he let us stay in for a week (hello free accommodation, don’t mind if I do). There are a couple of things you need to … More Je Suis France
They say that travel is the only thing you can buy which makes you richer. I love visiting new and exciting cities and counties, not just to get away from daily life, but to soak up other cultures and broaden my horizons. I’m not one of those who could just go somewhere and stay at the … More 10 places on my travel bucket list
Hi everyone, today I’m going to be sharing my experience of my holiday to Corfu a couple of years ago. When it comes to deciding where in Greece to visit, you are spoilt for choice with either mainland Greece, or one of it’s 227 inhabited islands. Easy, right?
How do I start? Vienna is one of the places I’ve been to which will forever be special to me. Not only is it a stunningly beautiful city, but I went with an old friend and, unfortunately, after a lot of drama and upset, we no longer speak. In many ways it feels like we … More Oh, Vienna…
In June 2016, after one of my best friends had a bit of a juicy win at Bingo, she very generously paid for three of us to go for a girly city-break in Milan. Italy is by far my favourite country, so of course I jumped at the chance of being able to go somewhere … More Milan & Lake Como, Italy
Venice is one of those cities that has always fascinated me. It’s beautiful architecture, culture, and not to mention shopping, plus the fact that it won’t be around forever made it a pretty easy decision when I was planning where to visit. Even though it’s getting on for three years since I was there (has … More Six nights in Venice