Charleston was the first place we visited after working at camp. It was only a 3-hour drive away and gave us our first taste of independence. We spent four days relaxing in our beautiful Airbnb, cooking dinners, sitting on the balcony, drinking and most importantly, exploring this historic city. It was the perfect place to … More Charleston & The edge of America
Me and my uni girls decided to have a reunion and booked a long weekend to Dublin. While the flights were very cheap we were struggling to find accommodation to match. Everything in central Dublin seemed to be an extortionate price. With many of them having used air BnB in the past we started scrolling … More A Long Weekend in Dublin – A Crazy Place and a Rickshaw Race
Capital cities are expensive and Amsterdam is no exception, with the average lunch costing €14, pint costing €4.90 and museum €17. Travelling for me is a constant battle between trying to make the most of a place while maintaining a strict budget. There are always cool free things to do in any city, so I … More Top 5 Free Things to do in Amsterdam
You don’t have to get on a plane or travel miles to have an adventure! No matter where you live there is always something to explore, for me the 40-minute drive to Whitby was long overdue. As an English literature graduate obsessed with the gothic, visiting Whitby abbey was high on my bucket list. For … More A Day Trip To Whitby – The birthplace of Dracula
Festival packing as a woman just isn’t fair, guys can throw together a pair of jeans, shorts, a few tops and some wellies and they are done. We, on the other hand, seem to have so much more to think about! After spending many a festival regretting not packing that one item and every year … More What should I pack for a festival? (A girl’s guide to festival packing)
So you know you want to travel to Europe, you’ve got a bit of an idea of where you want to go but need to work out the logistics of how to get from place to place. There are an array of options from the hiring a car, plane, coach or the most popular train. … More Interrailing Ticket vs Doing it Yourself?
DO: 1) Have a Vague Plan and Try to Book as Much in Advance as Possible A huge bonus of an interrailing ticket is the freedom it allows, however booking in advance as much as you can make it far cheaper and easier to budget. With the cheapest interrail ticket we had carefully planned out … More Interrailing Do’s and Don’ts
It’s always a daunting prospect beginning to pack, especially if it’s a long trip spanning multiple countries. Only having a vague idea of what to take as a first-time backpacker I did a lot of research and found many blogs with hints, tips and suggestions that really helped. So after getting back from my trip, … More What to Pack for an Interrailing trip?
I can’t believe this it is! It’s been an incredible two and a half weeks. Our journey has been jam-packed with history, culture and good nights out. We have visited 5 countries and had an amazing time on our tiny budget. We weren’t ready for it to end and could have continued exploring so many … More Fields, Planes and Wrong Trains – The Last Day of our Interrailing Adventure
So this was it, we had one day left of our interrailing adventure and we were determined to make the most of it. After filling up on breakfast we had decided to take the hike up to the Citadella before it was too hot. It really is a hike up and we went at some … More Lucy Almost Undressed a Corpse – Day four in Budapest