Whenever I’m travelling somewhere new, the first thing I do once I’ve booked is read travel guides and I’m not going to lie, I often find travel blogger’s perspectives on places a lot more useful than larger sites . I’ve been to Amsterdam five times now and I have to say, I’ve ticked off a lot of bits that are on the ‘best things to do’ lists. I thought I would share with you my opinion on the best things to do, and the places/things to avoid on your stay!
Continuing on with my last post on day one and two of my Scottish adventure (which you can read here), I’m going to be talking about day three and four 🙂 If you’re not feeling the read, you can also watch my wee vlogs below too! Have you been to The Highlands? Let me know what you thought!
My quest for Instagram-worthy locations and love of theme parks brought me to the beautifully nostalgic Dreamland in Margate (Kent). Glitter roots applied and fave dress on, I headed to the coast last weekend to discover what all the buzz was about and it’s safe to say I loved it! Here are five reasons why you need to head down to Margate’s vintage amusement park.
I’ve always been a huge fan of Scotland, and there aren’t many places that top the picturesque landscape IMO. Rolling hills, haunting glens, vast lochs and quaint villages- it’s no wonder many parts of the Highlands are used in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters.
It’s always nice to have a little getaway isn’t it? This year Kayle and I have been desperate to save up some pennies so we’ve been planning mini breaks starting with Brussels at the beginning of the month. Taking the direct Eurostar from Ashford to Brussels Midi, we went with the purpose of visiting his sister and discovering totally new parts of the city we’d been too a number of times.
Whenever I get pangs of wanderlust, it always seems to be the longing to discover parts of America. Although I’ve been a couple of times, I can’t wait to go back and Airbnb is giving me so much travel inspiration right now. Here are my top five locations!