Destination: Santa Eulalia, Ibiza
Cost: £750 for 3 nights
I'm currently sitting on the floor in my lounge with a tab open for Flickr, a tab open for my blog and one for Skyscanner pondering whether a return trip to
Eating vegan abroad used to fill me with dread, especially when travelling with a non-vegan. I don't want to be a hassle, but that can hardly be avoided when you've already traipsed in and out of an array of restaurants
Oh Lisbon, the city I've well and truly fallen for. The Portuguese capital popped up on my radar last summer, and was somewhere I just knew I'd love. I finally persuaded Charlie we *needed* to go and we managed to
Time has absolutely flown since we touched back down in the UK having spent a month on the road in our trusty camper van travelling around California. Its given me good time to reflect and reminisce the highs and lows,
When we first booked our Californian road trip, we were majorly winging it. We didn't have much of a clue about California, just that it had plenty of beaches, cool places and a very pleasant climate. We started researching National
Ah San Francisco, you were all sorts of crazy and fun. I wasn't totally sure what to expect from this city, but I knew I was excited to visit especially as I've wanted to go to Alcatraz FOREVER. It was
When I made the transition from veggie to vegan I actually came to a bit of standstill. It should have been easy for me, surely? Whilst I haven't found turning vegan hard, it did make me realise how lacking my
We actually stumbled across the palacio real by accident on our first afternoon. We were just getting our bearings and having a wander, the gardens are gorgeous and I'll share a few images further on in the post!
I'm sitting here absolutely frazzled yet weirdly energetic at the same time. Charlie and I have just spent a whirlwind 72 hours in Madrid. For now though, I wanted to share with you my thoughts on our hotel!
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