Dark Tourism: poor taste or interesting AF? 

I think with today’s blog I more so want to ask a question rather than state my opinion. Dark tourism is defined as tourism involving places that evoke emotions of grief or despair due to previous actions in the location, and you only have to take a look at the rise in click-bait/Facebook articles to realise that this has somehow become a popular topic as … Continue reading Dark Tourism: poor taste or interesting AF? 

Lower your holiday standards – you don’t have Beyoncé’s budget.

So many people have dreams about going on trips, but they can’t seem to get past what they think a trip will cost. Yes, travelling can be expensive but it doesn’t have to be. This is going to sound weird, but the biggest piece of advice I give people who want to travel is – lower your standards. I don’t mean cut activities off your … Continue reading Lower your holiday standards – you don’t have Beyoncé’s budget.

America’s Stonehenge … yes, America … no, not the other one 

Growing up studying The Crucible and the witch trials, I was always fascinated by Salem, hence my stop there on my road trip last year. But did you know there are two Salem’s in that same area? They are actually quite close to each other, but one is in New Hampshire and one is in Massachusetts. I have to admit, this created some confusion for … Continue reading America’s Stonehenge … yes, America … no, not the other one 

Cruise Shore-Trips 101: don’t sell your friend to your driver

In 2016, I went on a cruise with 3 of my friends. The cruise itself was the P&O Island Hopper, on the Pacific Dawn, and it took us to New Caledonia and Vanuatu. Port Vila, in Vanuatu, was my favourite stop of the cruise. I’d heard that Vila was really similar to Australia, and I think we went in to that day trip expecting it … Continue reading Cruise Shore-Trips 101: don’t sell your friend to your driver