If you're new to backpacking and looking for a city to visit, or planning a trip around Eastern Europe then Krakow is definitely the place for you! The second largest city in Poland offers history, food, culture and a cool vibe which makes it a great place for backpackers or 'snap packers'. If you're tempted … Continue reading Krakow: A Snap-packer’s Guide
Today marks a year since Megan and I arrived home from our 27 day interrail trip around Eastern Europe, around this time last year we were on our way back to my house in Egham. We'd ordered an obscene amount of Indian food and were sad to be back in England. I only realised the … Continue reading Interrail 2015 : A reflective photo essay
It was a bleak and dismal day in Prague, the weather had taken a turn for the worse ever since we had left Krakow. After recuperating in our cosy hostel, we were keen to venture out and one place I had come across when devising the itinerary for our trip was the Prague Museum of … Continue reading The Worst Museum In History
In two months time I will be packed and ready to go to the airport to catch my flight to Sydney and start my long term travel adventure in Australia! For the most part I am exactly where I wanted to be in terms of my travel preparations, however there are still a few things … Continue reading Travel Preparations: 2 Months to go!
After being inspired by Richard Ayoade's Travel Man a friend of mine asked me if I'd like to go away for August Bank Holiday Weekend. Paris surprised us by being cheaper than Berlin or Barcelona. We took the Eurostar and stayed in a cute little AirBnB flat and had a brilliant time exploring Paris during … Continue reading A Weekend in Paris
After dedicating most of our interrail trip to visiting the biggest cities in Eastern Europe, we'd grown a little weary of city life by the time we'd reached Budapest and enjoyed its exciting nightlife. Budapest was the halfway point of our 27 day trip and we hadn't booked anywhere to stay after it. So the … Continue reading Brașov – the sleepy town that stole my heart
It's summer, exams are finished, and university is over for however long depending on what year you're in. If you've decided to get involved in the social side of university, then there's a chance that you've joined a society or sports team and perhaps committed enough to go on their summer trip. Whether you're a … Continue reading How to survive your university society summer trip!