Australian Road Trip – The Great Ocean Road & The Twelve Apostles


Wow, I can’t believe how quickly January is going! Does anyone else feel the same? I swear the older I get, the quicker the years go by (and now I sound like my dad haha).

Lately, I’ve been more determined than ever to cross destinations off my bucket list, I mean, who knows when I’ll ever get the chance again. I like to live in the now and experience as much of life and the world as I can. So, to start 2019 off right, I placed a big tick next to a destination that has been on my bucket list for a good ten years now. I know, that’s an extremely long time, and you’d be surprised to know that it’s location is only a few hours from where I grew up. I can’t believe it’s taken me 31 years to finally explore this beauty! So where is it? It’s the one and only, Great Ocean Road.

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Solo In Edinburgh: Highlights & Climbing Arthurs Seat


Happy Sunday! What’s everyone up to this weekend? I have been working hard on my book, writing away and I feel like I haven’t seen much of the outside world lately. But then again, I am currently in London and its winter, so there’s not much of the outside world to see except rain, rain, and well, more rain.

Travel during winter isn’t very appealing to me, unless I’m going somewhere that’s covered in snow and I’m getting the crisp white winter, opposed to a grey, wet day. But winter is three months of the year and frankly that’s too long for me go without exploring a new destination, so I had to find somewhere that could accommodate my wanderlust soul. When doing my research, I discovered that Edinburgh, Scotland doesn’t get much sun throughout the year, so no matter what month it is, weather conditions are relatively the same. And with prices at a mere £32 return the same day, there was no hesitation booking my ticket.

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A Taste Of Brighton – The Beach, Ice Cream & A Royal Palace


Good morning everyone! I hope January is treating you well and you’ve had a great start to the new year! Recently, I’ve being doing quite a few day trips from London, trying to see as much of England as possible and I thought it was about time that I shared them with you. So first up on my list is Brighton. Englands seaside city, and home to the most delicious organic ice cream ever!

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5 Tips On Getting The Perfect Travel Photo


Another Sunday, another post for all you amazing people who inspire me everyday. Hope you’re having a fab weekend! For this weeks post, I wanted to give you all some tips on taking great photos when you travel. From where I started a year ago to where I am now, there’s a massive difference. Through many trial and errors, I’ve learnt some handy tips which I’m excited to share with you all. Because sharing is caring right!

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Missing My Beach Life – Sydney, Australia


Yay for the weekend! What’s the weather like where you are? It’s currently cold and raining in London, and I’m getting super jealous of my friends and family back home. All over Instagram, they’re either on a beach or poolside, both places I’d much rather be. And so now here I am, reminiscing. 

The more I travel, the more I’ve come to truly love and appreciate the beauty of Australia. In particular those pristine white beaches that I just can’t seem to get over here. Especially like the ones I frequented in Sydney. Tamarama, Manly and Freshwater to name a few of my fav. Nothing compares to laying on sand that’s as soft as pillows, having ocean waves gently brush up against you, refreshing your body on a hot summers’ day. Growing up beachside, sun kissed skin and salty hair became the norm for me.

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