"What's your favourite country?" "...favourite city?" "...favourite place in the world?" I don't have the answers to these questions, but this post comes pretty close. Here I have listed all of my *current* travel top threes. Ie. my very favourite places on the planet, and why.
India is cheap, cheerful and very easy to travel around when you get there. The people are friendly and helpful, the transport and cities are simple to navigate and the attractions and activities are foreigner-friendly. Two weeks in Rajasthan was enough to see that it is all in the preparation before you board the plane.
Letter 151 If Bulgaria's not on your bucket list, it should be. If it is, this may spark your imagination and encourage you to book that trip. If you're already going - this should be a helpful itinerary including some tricks and tricks for this crazy beautiful country. I spent the last 2 weeks of … Continue reading COMPLETE BULGARIA ITINERARY
Letter 128 I've been so excited to write this post because in the 15 days I spent in this little country, I fell in love with it. I'm hoping this letter might inspire others to get exploring this gem! This post will contain all the information you need - from accommodation to travel and activities … Continue reading Complete Montenegro Itinerary and Costs Revealed!
Letter 123 After spending just over 3 weeks of my summer travelling around Croatia, visiting 10 different places, I feel I can shed some light on how much Croatia will set you back. From accommodation to travel and activities to food, I've got you covered! TOTAL SPENT: £810.76 Brief Summary Average per week … Continue reading Complete Croatia Itinerary and Costs Revealed!
Letter 121 How much does it cost to travel to and through Spain? From 17th May to 29th June 2017 I spent my days sunning myself in Southern Spain and exploring 3 beautiful Andalusian cities. This post will reveal my small itinerary and how much it cost me. Enjoy! THE WHOLE TRIP: €386 … Continue reading Andalucía Itinerary and Costs
Letter 99 Sometimes a place becomes special to you, not because of the city itself and the things you see, but because of the people you meet and the experiences you have with them. That's Lisbon for me; it is a very special city. Here are 13 reasons why... 1 Friends I suppose I should … Continue reading 13 reasons why … Lisbon was the best.
Letter 55 I spent a week staying with a lovely Icelandic woman in downtown Reykjavik and explored this fascinating city. In this letter I want to tell you about the things we did in the most northern capital of the world - and explain to you why it should be on your bucket list! We … Continue reading The colourful capital (Reykjavik Guide)
Letter 18 Edinburgh fast became one of my favourite cities and I'm unsure if I could ever permanently leave it. I'm lucky because not only do I live here, but I have also studied the city at length on my history course - so I have a good grounding to tell you all about it! … Continue reading 21 things to see and do in EDINBURGH
Letter 8 As you may know from previous posts, I spent 6 weeks volunteering last summer (2015). I did this with the charity Archelon on their project in Koroni. It was the best experience, and I could not recommend it enough to anyone who wants to travel and become part of a really worthwhile project for even … Continue reading I volunteered for sea turtles: all the info