travel musings

Thoughts On Booking A Package Holiday From A First-Timer

If you've been reading this blog for any length of time, you'll know that I am fiercely independent when it comes to booking travel. Planning and booking trips is one of my favourite things to do, so you'll find me poring over accommodation, comparing flights and checking out as many available activities as I can,… Continue reading Thoughts On Booking A Package Holiday From A First-Timer

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There’s Something Magical About Mdina, Malta

If I had to pick one highlight of Malta, it would definitely be the beautifully mesmerising and historical Mdina. The old capital of Malta, Mdina is rich in history and full of character, with winding alleyways leading you between squares and churches until you reach a viewpoint, where you can get your bearings and dip… Continue reading There’s Something Magical About Mdina, Malta

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Doors & Balconies Of Valletta, Malta’s Enchanting Capital

Before we visited Malta, I knew virtually nothing of its capital, Valletta. One of the smallest capital cities in Europe, Valletta looks surprisingly imposing from the outside, St Paul's Cathedral towering high above the surrounding buildings to dominate the skyline, yet once inside the city walls, it doesn't need much time to explore. In fact,… Continue reading Doors & Balconies Of Valletta, Malta’s Enchanting Capital

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A Relaxing Five Days In Malta: Our Itinerary

Malta was a firm choice for our latest holiday for one main reason: it was a Mediterranean destination where we could relax without needing to do a whole lot, but with enough to see a handful of interesting things while we were there. In short, we wanted a lazy trip, but not one where we… Continue reading A Relaxing Five Days In Malta: Our Itinerary

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On Paris, And Why Everyone Either Loves It Or Hates It

Paris has always eluded me, in the fact I've been there three times (albeit one of those times was extremely brief) and yet haven't quite found the words to ever write about it on the blog. The main reason is that I can't quite decide how I feel about it, and I can never seem… Continue reading On Paris, And Why Everyone Either Loves It Or Hates It

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Staying In Scotland’s Oldest Hotel & Exploring More Of Perthshire

A couple of weeks ago, we headed up to sunny Perthshire to stay in Scotland's oldest inn: the Kenmore Hotel. We stumbled across Kenmore a couple of years ago, perched on the edge of the exceptionally beautiful Loch Tay, and very quickly decided we needed to back and explore the area properly. And what better… Continue reading Staying In Scotland’s Oldest Hotel & Exploring More Of Perthshire

travel musings

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like… A Year: Our 2022 Plans

With everything that's happened in the past couple of weeks, let alone the past couple of years, it's difficult to feel excited about upcoming travel plans, but... that being said, I AM thrilled to finally have several trips booked! We've got a mix of weekend trips, actual holidays in the sun, and finally, the most… Continue reading It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like… A Year: Our 2022 Plans

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History Lessons, Boats & Beers In Belfast

The great thing about visiting Belfast in a weekend is that there isn't too much to do. I mean that in the best possible sense, because Belfast had enough to pack our time full of great activities, but not so many that I was overwhelmed by which to choose for our short trip, or tempted… Continue reading History Lessons, Boats & Beers In Belfast

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Road Tripping Northern Ireland In One Day

A couple of weeks ago, we headed over to our neighbours across the sea to finally visit the fourth of our united countries - Northern Ireland. As per our usual mad travel plans, I curated a solid itinerary that would allow us to check out the Giant's Causeway and a few other north coast highlights,… Continue reading Road Tripping Northern Ireland In One Day

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We Went To An Ice Cave Inside A Glacier & It Was AMAZING

Without a doubt, my highlight of our Iceland trip was the ice cave tour, which took us inside an actual glacier to see some of the most astonishing colours I will ever see in my life. I've already talked briefly about the tour in my overall Iceland itinerary post, but this is worth an entire… Continue reading We Went To An Ice Cave Inside A Glacier & It Was AMAZING