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Paris is not for lovers – travelling solo after a break-up
Europe / France

Paris is not for lovers – travelling solo after a break-up

Paris, a city splitting at the seams with hundreds of years of world-changing history, enviably chic culture, mouthwatering food and Gallic beauty. And romance. So much romance I wanted to throw up. Couples were everywhere. Entwined in the October sunshine outside the Sacré-Cœur. Reaching out for their partner’s hand in the gloomy eeriness of the … Continue reading

Isla Mujeres – Mexico’s Island of Women
Mexico / North America

Isla Mujeres – Mexico’s Island of Women

Isla Mujeres A fifteen-minute ferry ride from Cancun, Isla Mujeres, known affectionately as ‘Isla’ is hardly Mexico’s best kept secret, but the supremely chilled out Caribbean vibe of the little island is a million miles away from its rowdy, party-hard neighbour across the water. Tranquil azure waters lap white powder sand beaches, pastel-coloured buildings line … Continue reading

Belém – the one place you must visit in Lisbon.
Budget Travel / Europe / Portugal

Belém – the one place you must visit in Lisbon.

Portugal began an exciting new chapter in history with its New World Discoveries and nowhere captures the country’s  seafaring history better than Lisbon’s most historical and monument-packed area, Belém. Belém is a shrine to Portugal’s rich maritime history and is crammed full of important historical buildings, national monuments and symbols of Portuguese grandeur. Rua de … Continue reading

The Hostel Inspector: Greg & Tom Party Hostel – Krakow
Budget Travel / Europe / Poland / The Hostel Inspector

The Hostel Inspector: Greg & Tom Party Hostel – Krakow

Welcome to my newest series – the Hostel Inspector. Each week I’ll be giving an in-depth post on a hostel I’ve recently stayed at. I’m promising truthful reviews, tips and all the information you need to decide whether this hostel is for you.  This week the spotlight is on Greg & Tom Party Hostel in … Continue reading