With advertised fares on budget airlines as low as £4.99 and even 99p back in the day, budget airlines have changed the way that people
One of the perks of my job in New Zealand was the helicopter flights onto the two glaciers. On my first day in the job I was told that if I was extremely lucky, I may be able to spend a night at one of the huts on the glacier. After spending nearly 18 months there I finally got the chance to spend a night in Chancellor Hut on Fox Glacier. Here’s what happened.
To be honest, when I started thinking about a blog, I never thought that I would write one on haircuts. It’s such a mundane activity that you do all the time at home. But unless you travel for a long time (often REALLY long in the case of some people!) you are unlikely to experience this mundane task abroad.
Planning A Road Trip Through Kakudu and Lichfield National Park
This post was originally found on my friends blog Where Kimmy Went and was my first foray into travel blogging. If you’re looking for another
If you’re thinking of heading down the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand (and why wouldn’t you! It’s beautiful!) Franz Josef must
Before the advent of the smart phone, things were a little bit different. You learned about your destination from a guidebook. You then had to
12 Best Underrated Travel Destinations I’ve Travelled To
I love going to places where others don’t go. I don’t want to see the tourist crowds or check off what every other guide book
So you’ve decide to travel. Congratulations! Now a bigger question? Are you travelling solo or with a friend? I’ll list the pros and cons of
I’ve kept a travel diary for all of my trips, starting with my first solo overseas adventure when I was 19. It’s so good to