Holiday Down Under: Top 5 Spots for Nature-Loving Families


Australia ranks the 6th largest country in the world with multiple climatic zones. It’s a top tourist destination and the mecca of diverse cultures with visitors streaming in from all over the world. The climate is so diverse from one end of the country to the other. Temperatures can fluctuate a lot, so watch out for the heatwave season if you’re planning to vacation in Aussie. The country has thousands of roaming wildlife; it’s basically one gigantic zoo, but not… Continue Reading “Holiday Down Under: Top 5 Spots for Nature-Loving Families”

Understanding your travel during the Coronavirus crisis

Bus Travel

It is just two weeks until the Easter holidays and we are now a country in lockdown. Airlines around the globe have been suspending flights and grounding aircraft and I have seen a real escalation in flights heading into Bournemouth Airport today, to store some of their planes. Many of us have disappointingly had to cancel our travel plans and although we were not booked to go abroad, we had planned various day trips and a short break on the… Continue Reading “Understanding your travel during the Coronavirus crisis”

A Weekend In New York: 3 Essential Experiences


A city like New York is the kind of destination where it’s possible to lose yourself; somewhere you can spend weeks or even months just immersing yourself in all of the amazing things you can do and see there. However, while New York is undoubtedly a city you can visit for a long holiday, it’s also conducive to a short trip; in fact, a weekend away in the city that never sleeps will still give you time to fit all… Continue Reading “A Weekend In New York: 3 Essential Experiences”

Our February Update


I am not normally a “woe is me” type of person, but if i am honest, the month of February has been a bit rubbish for us and definitely didn’t go to plan. At the beginning of the month, both Sebastian and I were ill. Sebby had tonsillitis and had a few days off school, plus 10 days of antibiotics to knock it on the head, whereas I had a nasty cough and cold, caused by a virus that I… Continue Reading “Our February Update”

An Overview of European Countries: There’s Something to Be Found for Connoisseurs and Party-Goers Alike

Meteora Greece

To date, 40% of international travel is to a country apart of the European Union. In 2016 alone, the European Union had approximately 500 million tourists visiting from around the world. Wow! Due to Europe’s popularity as a tourist destination, it’s no surprise if you’re one of many who’d be interested in booking a stay in at least one of its 44 incredible countries. But with dozens of possible European places to visit, which will you pick? Here’s a little… Continue Reading “An Overview of European Countries: There’s Something to Be Found for Connoisseurs and Party-Goers Alike”