Dublin to New York with Norwegian Air

This is part one of two posts I’ll be publishing on this topic, with the first installment being a vlog and personal review of the airline experience and the second being more in-keeping with my traditional airline reviews – that you can read by clicking here – that will go live next week.   This … More Dublin to New York with Norwegian Air

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10 July Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £500

There are a ton of long haul flights available this summer between North Africa, Asia and North America. If you’re looking for more local flights, check my recent post on flights for under £35 from Glasgow this month. Like in my last post of this kind, I’ve posted the long haul post two months in advance … More 10 July Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £500

5 June Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £350

After taking a poll on my blog’s Facebook page – please click here and give the page a like if you haven’t already – I’ve decided to extend my posts on cheap flights from Glasgow to include ones on long-haul flights, too. In recent years the opportunity to fly direct from Glasgow to places like … More 5 June Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £350

Seasonal Ski Festivals

This post contains sponsored content. Regardless of where you’re interested in skiing in the Northern hemisphere, you can find seasonal music festivals across the world for all budgets, skiing abilities and music tastes in resorts across Asia, Europe and North America. For this post I’ve partnered with Admiral Insurance to demonstrate their brand new Ski … More Seasonal Ski Festivals

Skyscanner.com

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 Skyscanner.com

Let them in

For the first time in my entire life, this morning I actually cried at the news. It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening in the world, but if you want to, or if you think that speaking on the current political climate should be left to politicians then you’ve come to the wrong place.  I usually … More Let them in

New York City, NY

In August of last year, I visited the United States for the first time in my life. My mother is from NYC, so I’ve been curious and pretty desperate to visit ever since I was a little girl. Reality bore no comparison to expectation. It was the perfect combination of architecture, fashion and open spaces … More New York City, NY