Ao Nang, Thailand

We stopped in Ao Nang on our trip to Thailand halfway our ten week trip as a way to regroup and relax. When exploring the islands and beach locations along the Western coast of Thailand, it seemed like one of those less busy with tourists. Compared to the likes of Koh Phi Phi and Phuket it … More Ao Nang, Thailand

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European Cities to use as Travel Hubs (Part 1: Central Europe)

Thanks to budget airlines, travelling to the continent has never been easier – or cheaper. If this is your first time travelling to Europe then it could be overwhelming to pinpoint exactly where to visit on the mainland, and often cities are in such close proximity to one another it is frustrating to have to … More European Cities to use as Travel Hubs (Part 1: Central Europe)

How to use Skyscanner

Skyscanner is one of my favourite tools when it comes to planning trips. Whether I’m searching for cheap deals for a European getaway or booking intercontinental trips, it’s always the platform I use when looking for flights. You can use their hotel, flight and car hire search engine on your desktop, mobile and tablet and … More How to use Skyscanner

Two Weeks in Sri Lanka – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

Last summer I spent two weeks of my summer travelling around Sri Lanka whilst collaborating with hotels and restaurants across the country. I used the public transport system and local drivers to visit six different locations in my thirteen full days there, seeing everything from the Indian Ocean from Mirissa’s beaches to elephants in Yala … More Two Weeks in Sri Lanka – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around