Piece for Balance Magazine | The Spice of Life

Piece for Balance Magazine | The Spice of Life

Zanzibar was one of the favourite places I visited in Africa. This was thanks partly to the beautiful Zawadi Hotel where we spent a …
Piece for Love Exploring | How to cope with flying anxiety and fear

Piece for Love Exploring | How to cope with flying anxiety and fear

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you may know I’m a little bit scared of heights. I’m generally …
Piece for Love Exploring | Explore the Garden Route, South Africa

Piece for Love Exploring | Explore the Garden Route, South Africa

The Garden Route runs between South Africa’s Eastern and Western Cape and is home to some of the country’s most staggering scenery. …
Piece for Weather2Travel | Top 15 Long Haul Honeymoon Destinations

Piece for Weather2Travel | Top 15 Long Haul Honeymoon Destinations

I’ve been to many romantic destinations on my travels and long haul honeymoons remain one of my favourite topics to write about in …
Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 unmissable things to do in Barbados

Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 unmissable things to do in Barbados

I’m racking up quite a collection of travel writing on Barbados. It was the first real overseas press trip I ever went on, …
Guest Blogger Q&A: Jen Lowthrop, She Gets Around

Guest Blogger Q&A: Jen Lowthrop, She Gets Around

Happy New Year’s Eve everyone! While I’m travelling back down to London today after Christmas with all the family, I’m sure …
Gap Year vs work sabbatical – what are the benefits of long-term travel?

Gap Year vs work sabbatical – what are the benefits of long-term travel?

In association with Netflights As 2017 comes to an end, it’s the perfect time to reflect on what you’ve achieved throughout the year. …
Guest Travel Blogger Q&A | Becky Wiggins, EnglishMum.com

Guest Travel Blogger Q&A | Becky Wiggins, EnglishMum.com

One more sleep until Christmas – eek! I thought I would share a Q&A today with the lovely Becky Wiggins of the brilliant …
Festive Fondue & Cocktails at The Churchill’s Vintage London Winter Terrace

Festive Fondue & Cocktails at The Churchill’s Vintage London Winter Terrace

If you read this latest post, you’ll have read about why I haven’t been doing quite so much travelling lately. But a …
Why I haven’t travelled so much this year (& a bit of exciting news!)

Why I haven’t travelled so much this year (& a bit of exciting news!)

Warning: This is a very long post – grab a cuppa and get comfy! As the year comes to an end, I’ve been re-reading …
Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 Dos and Don’ts of Planning the perfect honeymoon

Piece for Weather2Travel | 10 Dos and Don’ts of Planning the perfect honeymoon

I’ve written quite a lot on the topic of honeymoons. In my portfolio, you’ll find pieces I’ve covered for wedding magazines …
Review: Hot-desking at JOVA, Fitzrovia

Review: Hot-desking at JOVA, Fitzrovia

If you’re a freelancer, blogger, or nomadic worker who happens to find themselves needing a desk to rent in central London, you might …
11 things to do in Fuerteventura

11 things to do in Fuerteventura

What can I tell you about things to do in Fuerteventura? Aside from being a volcanic island – and being known for its aloe vera …
10 thoughts from my trip to Fuerteventura

10 thoughts from my trip to Fuerteventura

My recent jaunt to Fuerteventura was a bit different to my usual trips abroad. If you followed my Instagram updates, you’ll have heard …
Can you ever really take a holiday as a travel writer?

Can you ever really take a holiday as a travel writer?

My recent holiday in Feurteventura was meant to be just that – a holiday. A week where I could just switch off from being a …
Guest Travel blogger Q&A | Rebecca Hall, Life Beyond Borders

Guest Travel blogger Q&A | Rebecca Hall, Life Beyond Borders

This week I’m really pleased to be featuring a Q&A with the travel writer, travel author and founder of Life Beyond …
Top towns to visit along the Garden Route: A mini-guide

Top towns to visit along the Garden Route: A mini-guide

South Africa was the last country we visited in Africa and it was always our plan to see the Garden Route. This famed region …
Guest Travel Blogger Q&A | Melvin Boecher, Travel Dudes

Guest Travel Blogger Q&A | Melvin Boecher, Travel Dudes

This week, I’m delighted to introduce another influential male from the travel blogging and travel writing industry. Melvin Boecher is the founder and …
Zanzibar Doors – intriguing pieces of history in Stone Town

Zanzibar Doors – intriguing pieces of history in Stone Town

The Zanzibar doors are a key talking point when you visit the island. When you stroll through the crumbling streets of Stone Town, your …
The Mindful Getaway Guide by The Travel Journo & TravelSupermarket

The Mindful Getaway Guide by The Travel Journo & TravelSupermarket

Sponsored by TravelSupermarket There’s no doubt that mindfulness and travel go hand in hand. When we take a holiday, or decide to go …