Anyone that likes to read will know the power of a good book to transport you somewhere else. And there’s no better way to satisfy the wanderlust right now than with novels set in exotic locations.
Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world every year. With gorgeous cities, like Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia, it’s easy to see why it's such an exciting destination. It’s a country full of stunning architecture and rich history, making city breaks highly popular. However, it also boasts a beautiful coastline, leading to… Continue reading Discovering the magic of Marbella
Global travel may have been on hold for the last few months, but it won't be forever (hopefully). In the meantime, while we all wait for it to be safe to explore the world again, there are some things that you can do to satisfy the wanderlust. Always wanted to start a travel blog? Now… Continue reading Getting started with a travel blog
The Netherlands is a great destination for adventurous travellers. Gorgeous canals, amazing tulip fields, incredible windmills, and so much more make this place a little heaven on earth. The Netherlands really does showcase the true beauty of nature, and adventurers shouldn't miss it if they get the chance to go. There are so many things… Continue reading Five ways to explore the Netherlands
Last year I was sitting on a rooftop terrace at a riad in Marrakech when I had a realisation about the power of travel to fuel creativity. The sun was setting, the birds were singing and dancing across the sky, and the air was still warm from the heat of the day. I could hear… Continue reading Travel and creativity
The definition of curiosity is a desire to learn or know about anything - pure inquisitiveness. I have always been curious. In my younger years I would jump from hobby to hobby, going to dance classes one month, then playing the violin the next. In my late teens and early 20's, my curiosity lured me… Continue reading Forever Curious
We all like to think of ourselves as discerning travellers. More concerned about the local culture and customs of the exotic places we visit than what we're wearing. We like to give the impression that we are care free when casually strolling along winding Italian streets. Or riding a scooter in Bali. But let's face… Continue reading Travel Style