Ok so as I said last time my next trip’s plans have had to change a little due to the fact I am not travelling solo this time, I will have my sister in tow and her 12 month old baby, Flores. Now for the trip itself we are still arguing about destinations. The Americas is probably too long a flight, so we are thinking either Europe or Northern Africa, but the most promising of ideas yet is a road trip around the UK, so much to look at. We both would like to see the UK more and would be easier to solve any problems that should arise if Flores gets ill, for instance. That is for another day though as we are in no rush to decide on that (which is good, because we rarely decide on the same thing, EVER!). We are great friends as well as sisters (or there would be no way I would agree to this trip), but we can have a habit of wanting different things, so should make for an interesting holiday! Read more
So there I was on my laptop planning my next big trip to South East Asia, dreaming of the adventure, the freedom and the parties, when my rather nosey big sister, Isa, plonked herself behind my shoulder so she could see what I was up to. Ten minutes later and it’s been decided that she is coming with me on the trip, well for part of it anyway. Read more
Greets fellow travellers! Wherever you are in the world I hope that you are happy and having fun! I’m in the process of planning my next trip so I am literally buzzing! I’m thinking South East Asia again to go and see some of the places I haven’t yet seen, mainly Laos and Northern Vietnam. Some stunning scenery around those places. Read more
Hey guys… I would like my first entry into my blog to be about a place that I hold very dear to my heart; Melbourne, Australia. I first went to Melbourne around 8 years ago and instantly fell in love with the place, so much so I ended up staying there for nearly 6 months. I found a job working in a bar on the River Yarra and absolutely loved it. I lived in a room on Flinders Street, near the station and could around Melbourne and the neighbouring suburbs easily. My favourites were St. Kilda and Fitzroy and Brunswick. They are really cool neighbourhoods with amazing coffee (the Melbourne public take their coffee very seriously indeed) and really great food. I love tennis and was in Melbourne during January, which is the time of the Australian Open. Was a bit of a dream of mine to see it live and I was very lucky to have a friend who could get some very good seats. Read more
Hi guys, my name is Sophia and this is the introduction to my new travel blog. The travel bug bit me when I was 18 and was fortunate enough to spend a month travelling parts of Canada. Since then I have made it my mission to see as much of the world as possible. Hope you enjoy my blog!