Eight things I learnt backpacking Europe

Before backpacking, I was kind of a control-freak with an addiction to being organised and on time. What am I now? I doubt my control-freak tendancies have completely disappeared, but I have changed a lot this year.

Here are some eight things I learntย about myself and life from backpacking Europe. Continue reading “Eight things I learnt backpacking Europe”

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Long Distance

Long distance sucks. I’m not the first one to have said it and I sure as hell won’t be the last.

For many couples, long distanceย can be make or break. I know this because it broke us before we began. But there’s a happy ending, just wait…

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Questions that I got asked when travelling

A Q&A of some of the questions I’ve been posed whilst travelling Europe solo… Continue reading “Questions that I got asked when travelling”

Five things to do in Valencia

Valencia, Spain, is an incredible city with an ecclectic mix of old and new. It’s hard to recommend the best place to stay in Valencia, as the city isย so big, but the old town is always a good place to start. Here are five things to do when you’re in Valencia! Continue reading “Five things to do in Valencia”

La Tomatina is Insane

Have you ever thrown food at your friends? Maybe when your siblings annoyed you? Now imagine if you could do that with no negative consequences. No getting yelled at, no getting grounded and no being told not to play with your food.

Welcome to La Tomatina.

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The Alhambra (Granada) vs The Alcazar (Seville)

If you’re planning a trip to southern Spain, it’s likely that you’ll hear about The Alhambra, situated in Granada, and the Alcazar in Seville. But is it worth doing both? Continue reading “The Alhambra (Granada) vs The Alcazar (Seville)”