Hiking Mount Snowdon Standing at 1,085m high, Mount Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales, which can be easily understood as you stand on the summit with a 360 degree views of Snowdonia National Park and the Northwest coast of Wales. The Llanberis trail is the most commercial route to the summit, with an average… Continue reading Snowdonia National Park favourites.
Summer doesn’t need to be over just yet, Britain! Boasting the self-acclaimed title of “the sunniest place in the UK”, the Isle of Wight is likely to experience mild weather right up until November this year, so don’t pack away your flip-flops and sunglasses just yet. A surprisingly short and direct journey from anywhere on mainland… Continue reading Welcome to the Isle of Wight
Argentina, a country that prides itself on the treatment of its cattle, thus producing the most delicious beef you could possibly imagine, (yes, it does get better than a British fillet steak!) but what is it that makes the meat so damn juicy, and where are the best places to enjoy it in the capital?
Packing to go on a trip you have never been on before can be very overwhelming and difficult to get started with. When talking to other travellers, the general consensous is always “I overpacked!” There are no two packing lists that are exactly the same and being honest there are no right or wrong things… Continue reading My Travel Essentials
It goes without saying that Copacabana and Ipanema beach, Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf mountain), and one of the New7Wonders of the World, Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) are must-sees when visiting Rio de Janeiro. But after spending just over 2 weeks in this stunning city, I realised that most of my favourite activities are not listed… Continue reading Off the beaten track in Rio de Janeiro
Barcelona, the city where I learnt to walk without looking at the ground. I had no time to waste watching where my feet were going, potentially missing another gothic piece of architecture, a magic fountain, or a secret bar. I was constantly on the look out for Gaudí’s hidden lampposts, my eyes were so captivated by… Continue reading Barcelona
Travellers are spoilt for choice in terms of sacred temples in Malaysia & Indonesia, and with 140ft gold statues, misty sunrises, cliff-edge sunsets, and limestone caves, the choice can feel somewhat overwhelming for Europeans who are used to bog-standard churches and the odd cathedral. Hence this blog post… I’ve sifted through the masses of temples we… Continue reading Top 4 Temples: Peninsular Malaysia & Indonesia