Are you about to visit Barcelona or currently sat in your hotel or apartment wondering where to eat in Barcelona? Well, here’s a few ideas to inspire and satisfy you… Carballeira, la Barcelonetta Lunch or Dinner… You won’t have tasted … Continue reading Best places to eat well in Barcelona!
I was in Barcelona the day before this week’s terrorist attack. I only heard about the news after receiving a few messages from concerned friends and family asking me whether I was still there and am I ok. No, I … Continue reading Barcelona, Las Ramblas Attack – Are we all in this together?
Portugal, it’s been real! If rejuvenation and restoration is the aim of your brief encounter with sea, sand and sunshine, here is your travel guide to the Algarve in Portugal, specifically Monte Gordo, a small town beside Villa Real de St … Continue reading Monte Gordo, Portugal – Sun, Sea & Sand
My long Easter weekend started a day before the weekend, actually. It was fun but exhausting. That’s probably what I’d say about the majority of the fun times in my life. Because I’m rarely one for planning just one event to keep me entertained. I always seem to believe I can do more in a day than the average Joanne Bloggs. (See what I did there?) Anyway, Thursday included a few hours of tutoring in the morning followed by a speedy spa stop at Beauty Tonic in Chorlton. I would highly recommend it! They fit in myself and JT despite … Continue reading Easter Weekender – Best Places in Manchester for Dining, Pampering & Rejuvenation!
I’ve wanted a new one of these ever since the reverse Exodus*.
And then my mind wanders… Continue reading You can’t do lunch without one of these!
I’ve traveled solo while working full-time for ten-plus months, across more than 15 countries. It’s one of the most fun and rewarding things I’ve ever done. My work breaks over the past year have included things like scuba diving in Belize, polo lessons in Buenos Aires, music festivals in Hungary, and more. Working full-time while on the road is not easy, but it’s definitely a skill that can be mastered over time. For those interested in the nuts and bolts of how to travel while working, there are already several great articles out there explaining how it’s done. If you’re … Continue reading Productivity On The Road: Work Full-Time, Travel Solo, Have Fun
I’ve got the travel bug. There’s a world map on my bed with flags of varying colours. I want to travel. A lot. And I seem to want to do everything and go everywhere in the next 18 months to … Continue reading Visit the World – Travel Bug Diaries
For a low-cost, truly remarkable weekend break, visit Budapest. Here, you’ll find delicious dining (future post), steaming spas, culture and history. Visit Budapest… for a beautiful balance of relaxation and recreation. Purchase a bus tour ticket from the many city … Continue reading Visit Budapest – Spas, Culture & History
I visited Chester with my three younger sisters last Sunday (a week today) and we enjoyed such an incredible adventure together. I love days like these where positive, loving memories are made and at very little financial cost too (bonus!). … Continue reading 5 Fun Things to do in Chester
With this whole #traingate fiasco between Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn vs Richard Branson of Virgin Trains I can’t help but think this all could have been avoided if Jeremy too had read that ACE workbook… Continue reading The Un-Perks of Being A Drama Queen