Last June, Paul and I travelled to Sri Lanka for just over two weeks. During our time there, we visited the mountain town of Ella. With its rolling hills, hiking trails and plenty of restaurants, we loved every second of our stay there. If you’d like to learn more about our time in Ella, you … More Ella’s Edge Resort (Ella, Sri Lanka)
I’ve read incredible reviews of The Italian Kitchen, so just a few weeks after their restaurant renovation it seemed like the perfect time for me to visit and collaborate on a review. Ingram Street really has come into its own in the last few years, with the surrounding area being renovated it has become increasingly … More The Italian Kitchen (Glasgow, Scotland)
I spent the last few days in Edinburgh before Paul and I both go back to uni this month. Although I’ve visited Edinburgh many times on day trips, this was my first time staying over in the capital. We stayed just a few off of the Royal Mile, on the George IV Bridge. I’ll be … More Edinburgh, Scotland (VLOG)
Nam Tuk Tram Stop really is a breath of fresh air when it comes to dining in Glasgow. It has a relaxed, laid back atmosphere about it that really sets it apart from other eateries in the city. The newly opened Pan-Asian restaurant has bags of potential to become one of Glasgow’s places to be … More Nam Tuk Tram Stop (Glasgow, Scotland)
I can’t help but feel that lines are often blurred when it comes to how much people assume it costs to travel. I’ve had friends, family and strangers collectively ask me how I have afforded to leave home for two months at a time, and the answer is always the same: I save so (SO) … More Amalfi Coast on a Budget
Subscribe!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5zGoHEYgKJgqXb1DPF3hKQ/ Hi guys, It’s been a little longer than a while since I last published a post. I started back at university this past September so have been focusing heavily on my Masters for the last few months and adjusting back into the cross-country commute. My last exam finished last week and since then … More New Vlog Channel!
Although St Andrews is one of Scotland’s busiest tourist destinations, it is also one of the most difficult to access by public transport. In general, it’s pretty time consuming and expensive to access from Glasgow, but in any case it’s more than worth taking the time and cost to travel through. The distance between the two … More Glasgow to St Andrews