I think it’s fair to say, as a famous prehistoric monument thats considered one of the many wonders of the world, a visit to Stonehenge is a must, to tick it off that travel bucket list. However, if you’re like me, you’d be astonished with the fact that there is an entry cost, or you’ll … Continue reading How to visit Stonehenge for FREE!
I’m all about seeing as much of the world as possible, but obviously money is a big obstacle in where I go and how often I can actually travel. Like you, I’ve always heard of ‘air miles’ and thought they were only a good scheme for people who use the service regularly i.e. frequent flyers, … Continue reading How to rack up those flying points!
I've been living in London for almost 9 months now, and the longer I go on, the more I hate the tube. Honestly, I get irritated about certain things fairly easily, so putting me on a tube truly tests my patience. It's not the journey I hate, but the types of people I come across … Continue reading 8 irritating types of people you encounter on the tube
The prettiest and most quaint place I've visited in the States so far. Working on a Girl Scout Camp, even more so with my friend who I was travelling with meant it was nothing but an obvious choice to visit the home of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts. Obviously we did more … Continue reading Savannah, GA
Those that know me would know I LOVE country music and a trip to Nashville would be right up my street - that couldn't be closer to the truth. I've been meaning to take a trip to Tennessee for years, one to experience the country music capital but two to visit my friend at the … Continue reading Nashville, TN
YOLO. An abbreviated saying I hate, but end up turning to whenever I get an invite back and click that all import 'apply' button, year after year. After numerous direct marketing campaigns, nights of sobbing into Ben & Jerry's whilst watching old footage, and regular contact with some of my best friends - it was … Continue reading 3rd time was a charm, a 4th wouldn’t harm.
Nothing annoys me more than people making negative comments about employment at camp. "It's not really work is it" and "when are you going to get a real job?" are words I hear far too often. I know people don't mean it in a bad way, but it irritates me. Call me an over reacter, but … Continue reading It’s more than just a bit of fun.
I travelled America after working on a summer camp: and being a student, this was done on what you could call 'little money', but this blog post is aimed for anyone looking to travel America on the best value for money. First of all, before you travel, make sure you aware of the budget you … Continue reading America on a budget