I am so grateful to have been able to travel to Singapore recently...
When I told people, I would be visiting the island in April, responses included, “Never heard of the place, is that’s where tax dodgers go? is it near Jamaica?”
I am an organised person by nature. I like everything to be in its rightful place
I am not sure if this happens to anyone else, but do you have those people in your life that love to comment on your travel adventures?
I know I am a little late with my Greece travel blog post, three months in fact.
If you are seeking a city rich in history, culture and you love exploring whilst on holiday then Jerusalem ticks all of the boxes.
As the season transitions to grey skies and rain now is the perfect opportunity to jet off and explore a new city. Every few months I get the travel itch and I am always thinking of my next travel location, I just cannot help myself. I have just returned from a three night trip to the Moroccan city of Marrakech. I fancied some autumn sun and wanted to explore somewhere other than Europe.
Every travelista has their bucket list of places they want to experience, Cuba has been on the top of my list for many years and in May I finally got the chance to explore the Caribbean island and it was a wonderful experience. There is an increasing hype around travel to Cuba and the destination has become very popular recently, especially with the travel restrictions for American tourist becoming more relaxed. My trip to Cuba was amazing, from the culture, to the people, the activities and beaches.
For my summer sixteen adventures I took a three day trip to Rome to explore the city. Rome is a magical city were modern day merges with past. The city is full of ancient ruins you can get up close and personal to. Strolling through the streets you can encounter remains of buildings or statues from a time long ago.
I have just returned from the gorgeous island of Mykonos. For one week I chilled out on this picturesque island scattered with white houses on the hill tops surrounded by clear waters. Every direction I looked always offered an amazing view.