The Amalfi Coast

Pasta, seafood and jaw dropping scenery. The Amalfi Coast in southern Italy is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Its steep cobbled streets, terraced lemon gardens, vineyards, olive groves and pastel coloured homes, shops and hotels, cling to dramatic cliffs that drop into the Tyrrhenian Sea. The area is a UNESCO world heritage…

Freycinet, Tasmania

After the first part of our trip around Tasmania, which you can read about here, I couldn’t see how the scenery could get any better. I’d heard Tasmania was stunning, but seriously the whole island? Tasmania as a travel destination isn’t talked about enough, it really is Australia’s best kept secret. With the exception of…

10 items for holidaying with a young baby

I’d heard lots of nightmare stories about holidaying with a baby, but as travelling is my thing, I decided I’d just go for it and booked a 10-day road trip around Tasmania, Australia. It was our 5-month-old’s first proper vacation – we’d been away for a couple of long weekends when he was younger. I…

Queensland’s Alpine Retreat

Queensland, Australia, is famous for its endless sunshine and miles of golden beaches, but just a few hours drive South West of Brisbane and 1,000 metres above sea level, it’s all about cosy cabins, log fires and wine. The Granite Belt, which takes its name from the ginormous boulders that pepper the region, is surrounded by…

Best of London

You could spend a lifetime in London and only scratch the surface. There are endless things to see and do and experiences to have. I was lucky enough to call London home for a few years so to help you enjoy the best of what this world-renowned city has to offer, here are a few…

Singapore Stopover

Whenever I travel through a major air hub or capital city to get to my destination, I like to stop along the way. It can be a really economical way to tick a few more places off the travel bucket list, with flights often the same price or just a little extra. It’s also great…