For the past two months, I’ve been gradually making my way through four countries in the South of Europe: Croatia, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Because I’ve clearly been having too much fun, I’m going to write about what route I took , and then in coming posts I’ll write about the twenty-four places (OMG!) themselves and do another blog on where I stayed in each place. Continue reading “Two months of Europe in Summer”→
I’d describe it as one of the most recognisable landmarks in Northern Ireland, if not the world. The Giant’s Causeway is a hexagonal rock formation which draws tourists from far and wide and leaves them astounded by its natural beauty and incredible symmetry. Continue reading “The Giant’s Causeway is awesome (and free!)”→
If you ever want an experience oozing luxury and can afford to spend a little (or a lot) more than you normally would, look no further than High Tea in The Georgian. Inside Harrods London, the Georgian offers three High Tea experiences. Being classy gals, we opted for the “Luxury” High Tea with quite a hefty price tag of £52.50. Continue reading “High Tea at Harrods”→
Have you ever been to a place that is so incredibly magical and you feel so special? Betty’s Tearoom is one of those places. It oozes class from before you even walk through the doors and it feels like you’ve stepped back in time. Continue reading “Betty’s Tearoom is magical”→