San Francisco, California

Thanksgiving & Black Friday in San Francisco #16

I’ve got another USA Travel Diary post for you already! After spending 4 days in San Francisco, on day Thirty-Five I flew out to Vancouver, Canada. I was so unbelievably excited about visiting Canada for the first time but unfortunately was met with horrendous weather! I’m not actually going to do my next instalment about my time in Vancouver as I covered most of it in my blog post back in January here. I think it would most likely be very repetitive of that post so give it read if you haven’t already! Fast forward a couple of days and…

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San Francisco, California

San Francisco on a Sightseeing Bus with AttractionTix #15

I’m back with #15 of my USA Travel Diary Installment. I’m proper slacking with these post, aren’t I? We’re on to Day 33 in the USA and I’m still in San Francisco. There really is so much to see and do in San Francisco but it’s also a city that’s just lovely to chill out and wander about at your own pace. Whilst I was in San Francisco, I teamed up with AttractionTix who provided me with Sightseeing Bus Tickets so I could visit all the top sights in one day. The sightseeing bus started from near to Fisherman’s Wharf…

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The Lake District, UK

Exploring the Lake District & A Picnic with Studio.co.uk

You might have read on my social media and over on this post, that I recently became an ambassador for Studio.co.uk. Every month, I’ll be creating some exciting content with them and this month, we are celebrating the Great Outdoors. There’s no better place to explore the Great Outdoors than The Lake District. One of my favourite places for a UK Staycation! Last weekend, My Boyfriend and I headed over to The Lakes and our first port of call was Ullswater which after Lake Windemere is the second largest lake. I’ve not actually visited Ullswater before but the views were…

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Escorted Travel Tours: The Pros & Cons!

Whilst out in America for 9 weeks, I spent the first three weeks on an organised escorted tour across the country from NYC to LA. The next six weeks were spent doing my own things, I spent some time travelling with people that I had met, did a few weeks planned by myself and the finally met my friend in NYC. I got to experience both sides of travelling within an escorted group, riding solo’ and planning everything myself. ¬†When it comes to travelling, everyone is different but it’s got me thinking about my preferred way of travelling. Escorted Travel…

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Five Destinations Perfect for a Eurocamp Trip This Summer

The school holidays have officially started, can you believe that it’s come around so quickly?! If you are like me and haven’t booked your Summer holiday yet then look no further. I’ve teamed up with Eurocamp who are the UK’s leading European Camping specialists for outdoor holidays. They have over 190 locations across Europe in some pretty stunning locations. I’m going to be honest, camping isn’t really my thing but Eurocamp isn’t your traditional camping company. There are plenty of options from wooden lodges to bungalows and in some pretty incredible locations. So if you’re looking for a last minute…

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Five Easy Ways to Increase Your Travel Fund

Finding ways to boost your travel fund could help you to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, as you will have more cash to spend on better attractions, souvenirs, and accommodation. With a little bit of research, cutting back and booking flights and tickets at the right time, you could quickly increase your holiday budget. For some helpful tips on how to do so, read the below five easy ways to increase your travel fund. 1. Book a Flight at the Right Time If you would like to slash an average of 10% off both your flights and accommodation, you…

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