Day 1 – 22nd November 2017 Mum drove me to the airport around 6am. I hadn’t had much sleep, nervous because I’ve never been on holiday alone before. Apparently TUI has self service bag check in, which meant I breezed through check in and security. I walked around the departure lounge for ages trying to … More The Diary Chronicles – Paphos Day 1
Speaking to my best friend Ian “The Heritic” we were due to meet up and visit Camden Market together, but while we were speaking in Discord Ian suddenly said “Do you fancy coming up today instead of tomorrow?” This triggered a two day photography binge in London with Ian teaching me how to work my new … More Exploring London with “The Heritic” – Warning, photo spam alert!
Thank you random man for having the most awesome pose I’ve ever seen in my life! So I decided it was probably better to buy a camera NOW while I’m at home and get used to using it before I go to Cyprus and Australia so I could get some practice in. Then I remembered … More Getting used to a new camera – and photoshop!
Firstly, a massive MASSIVE thank you to Sami K from How to Backpack The Globe for not only nominating me for this award, but also allowing me to become a Guest Blogger on her site! I haven’t even started the world tour yet, but I’m already getting more views on my blog after replying to your post! … More The Liebster Award 2017
Shock horror! That’s right ladies and gentleman, in a previous life I was a Police Officer. However, I was never the right person to be in that career. I joined to help people, but I was nowhere near emotionally strong enough to deal with some of the things we had to see on a day … More 5 Top Tips to stay safe while travelling from a former Police Officer
The six P’s: Proper Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance. This was one of my former bosses life mottos. Not only can you apply it at work or with travelling, but you can also apply it to your everyday life. In order to get debt free before I fly out to Australia in 4 months time, … More The Six P’s
Making the most of only having me in the country for 4 more months, my Nan decided we’d go on a walking tour of Salisbury. We’ve both always really loved culture and our tour guide took up to The Red Lion – an Inn that was built back in the 1200s and rebuilt after a … More The Red Lion – former Stagecoach Inn