I’ve visited Dublin twice – once with my family and once with my best friend. The city is so beautiful – I find it to be much like Glasgow: green, full of friendly people, and best of all full of pubs. The famous Temple Bar is not to be missed – the atmosphere is electric, … More Dublin, Ireland
My single experience using Hong Kong Airlines was in July 2015 travelling from Shanghai to Hong Kong. Air travel, as we came to learn, in the North East of Asia is nowhere near as cheap as its southern counterparts. The sheer size of China, however, means that trips from one city to another can take several … More Hong Kong Airlines
I’ve written an extensive blog post on Hong Kong, but if you’re looking for a quick summary of what to do in the incredible city then look no further. We spent four days two summers ago and packed tons of free activities into our itinerary. Hong Kong has plenty of skyscrapers, but what I found to be more … More 5 Things to do in Hong Kong
After two and a half years together, Paul and I have done our fair share of travelling together. Together we have walked on the Great Wall of China, canoed through Ha Long Bay and strolled through the opulent rooms of Versailles. We have also been lost together in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, been told our … More Travelling as a couple
For a shorter post on things to do in Hong Kong, click here. Hong Kong is an astoundingly modern city decorated with a rain forest climate and soaring palms. Everything about it is larger than life, from the glass-covered Central Banking District to the opulent Botanical Gardens hidden away just seconds from it. A beautiful … More Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The atmosphere was so different to anywhere we had visited so far – quiet, relaxed, and the people, locals or otherwise, were incredibly welcoming and warm. Luang Prabang is suitable to the size of Laos and absolutely minuscule in terms of land mass. It was beyond refreshing after several weeks of big cities swarming with … More Luang Prabang, Laos
Some photographs from my overnight stay on the Scottish Isle of Cumbrae last week.
It’s so strange to talk about my fear of heights because it’s so hard to articulate both what I experience when the fear sets in and my ways of coping – or not – with it. In the last eighteen months or so this phobia has been heightened by my ever increasing decision to venture … More Travelling with acrophobia