Rome needs no introduction and all I can say is that if you haven’t been then you should book a flight and go at the first opportunity you can! I wasn’t expecting much from Rome for some reason, but that all changed pretty much as soon as we got off the train from Naples. We… Read More A weekend in Rome
First things first – let me tell you how to say the damn place: Ljubljana is pronounced lube-e-ana – something I’m sure 50% of tourists don’t know how to say or spell before going! A little intro to the country, Slovenia is below Austria and sandwiched between Italy and Croatia in Central Europe. You can… Read More Weekend trip to Ljubljana, Slovenia
Myanmar is a fantastic country! I can’t say it enough to go and visit now, if not sooner! Here we’ve put together our top tips for first-time travellers to the country – what you need to know, how much it costs, how to get between cities and very importantly (in our opinion) the food situation.… Read More Tips for first-time travellers to Myanmar
If you don’t already know, I recently visited Myanmar, which is honestly the most beautiful country I have been lucky enough to spend time exploring. A little background on the country and how I came to be there: my husband works in the international development sector, in IT. He was posted to Myanmar on a… Read More Mingalabar Myanmar!
Got back to London from Pakistan, unpacked, went to work for a week, re-packed suitcase, hopped on a plane to Marrakech. It would be a lie if I pretended to be some kind of jetsetter, the reality is that we planned this holiday in February and the timings were really bad with our trip to… Read More First 24 hours in Marrakech
We haven’t booked our accommodation yet, but I’m hoping to book out a riad, maybe via Airbnb (I like this one) or a Riad close to the central medina, hopefully with a roof terrace so I can soak up some sun in the mornings before heading out. I prefer this to the idea of a big… Read More Morocco planning
I arrived at Alama Iqbal airport after a not so great 13 hour journey from Heathrow via Istanbul and was immediately blown away by the heat upon exiting the airport. I scanned the crowd and saw my husband and my brother to the left of the crowd awaiting their loved ones. I smiled at the… Read More Back in Pakistan