My First eBook

Since I’ve spent most of this summer at home, I’ve decided to combine my love for travel, art and my native Glasgow to create a travel guide for my native city entitled ‘An Art Lover’s Guide to Glasgow’. It will focus on the architecture, street art, many religious buildings and museums across the breadth of … More My First eBook

Carlisle, England

Being home for the majority of the summer has gave us the opportunity to explore so many of the places a little more close to home. Last week when we had a rare good weather day, we decided to take a road trip down to Carlisle for a few hours. Just south of the border, … More Carlisle, England

European Museums

Travel in Europe can be pretty pricey, especially if you want to actually go inside all of the museums each city has to offer. As young people and students, we’re entitled to so many unadvertised discounts and freebies. I’ve done the research before visiting some popular tourist attractions and wrote about them more in depth on … More European Museums

Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities in Europe. Although only around 50 miles separates them, it’s worlds away from Glasgow. Rich in history and architecture, it is a must see for anyone visiting Scotland. Princes Street is great for shopping,  high street and designer, whereas Grassmarket is excellent for vintage shopping. The Royal Mile … More Edinburgh, Scotland