Stockholm, Sweden – August 2017

God Morgon! I’ve just flown in from Sweden where I spent a very enjoyable 3 days stuffing my face with pastries, hanging out on a boat with dear friends, and taking in some of the most spectacular architecture I’ve seen in a long time. Wanna hear more? Of course you do! (I’m writing this post […]

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Travelling On The Cheap

I get a hell of a lot of questions around how I manage to travel *so* cheaply. The cheapest return flight I’ve managed to grab was £18 return from London to Milan, but there have been plenty of bargains out there that I’ve managed to wangle. Indeed, I now work out where I’m going based on […]

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Montreux, Switzerland – April 2017

Hello, world! Long time no blogging, and for that, I apologise. Life’s been oh so slightly hectic over the past few months, so blogging (and sadly travelling) has taken a bit of a backseat. However, I’m back, sat in a Starbucks with my iPad, listening to a couple argue about boilers, and ready to blog […]

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Next Plans and a Question

Hi all, Busy time of year for me at the moment, sorry fellow travelheads! However, I’ve still found time to plan a few more trips (natch) – please see below for updated 2017 itinerary 😉 Stockholm in August Japan in October Luxembourg in October Barcelona in November (for work, but still…) It’s my 29th birthday […]

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West Coast, USA – April/May 2017

Here it is y’all, what you’ve all been waiting for – the write up of the mega, 3000 mile road trip I did by myself, around the west coast of America in the age of Trump! It’s taken a while to sit down and write this – in all honesty because, over the past week, […]

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Airport Lounge Review: Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, T2, LAX

Greetings from sunny Los Angeles, California! I’ve been a bit busy as of late, driving almost 3000 miles around 7 states by myself over the course of 2 weeks (more on that later!), but I’m currently sat in an airport lounge waiting to board a plane back to London, stuffing myself with cookies whilst simultaneously bemoaning the […]

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Some Thoughts.

As you all know, the world has changed quite a lot in the past year. People are increasingly skeptical of outsiders, policies have been challenged, and borders – both physical and psychological – have been reinforced. This all came to the surface last week when Donald Trump (I flat-out refuse to call him president) implemented […]

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