Disneyland Paris

The Top 15 Instagram Spots in Disneyland Paris

I’ve seen a few articles bobbing around the internet about Millennials now find one of the most important aspects of booking a holiday is the destinations “Instagramability”. Whilst it’s not my number one factor before booking a holiday, I don’t mind a pretty background. Disneyland Paris offers a magnitude of Instagram opportunities which I’ve shared many on my social media accounts. I’ve been really lucky to have visited the parks a few times over the past year as I bought an annual pass last Summer. I literally have thousands of photos from the Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios. Here…

View Post
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Exploring Ho Chi Minh by Night

This vibrant and historic city truly comes alive at night. Here are five sure fire ways to experience the best of Ho Chi Minh when the sun goes down. Shopping Whether you’re souvenir shopping, mall-hopping or trekking the city in search of designer goods, Ho Chi Minh delivers. When it comes to the iconic Vietnamese market experience, there are two landmark locations to explore – the first being Cho Ben Than. Located in District 1, this particular market is a mecca for street food. It’s bursting with authentic Vietnamese wares from corner to corner. The second and perhaps most prolific…

View Post
Barcelona, Spain

Five Unmissable Sights in Barcelona

Barcelona seems to be a city that people return to time and time again. I never really understood the infatuation with the place. I had previously visited Barcelona on a day trip around two years ago and we basically skimmed over some of the sights but didn’t really get a feel for the place. Back in June, I spent four days in the city lapping up the incredible architecture, discovering many of the delicious eateries and generally falling in love with the city.  I now understand why people can’t keep away from the Catalonian Capital. I’ve tried my best to…

View Post
travel

Rachel’s USA Trip: My Florida Travel Wishlist

Some of you might have previously seen my plans to go travelling around the USA in October for a couple of months. As we get closer to the trip, I’ll be updating you guys with all my plans and how I’m getting on with booking everything. It’s all getting very exciting as we are now into double digits on the countdown. Aside from my Trek America trip which is the Southern BLT, I’ve only booked a few things in Florida which is actually right at the end of my trip. Somehow, I’m managing to book my trip backwards. The final…

View Post
travel

How to survive a Music Festival in bad weather

This weekend, I headed down to the Peak District for Y Not Festival. In true typical British Summertime, the whole weekend was a complete washout. Unfortunately, the festival was cut short on Sunday and cancelled completely. Obviously, all the rain and mud was not an ideal situation but Charlee and I still had a fun weekend. It was certainly an interesting unforgettable experience. The Stereophonics still put on an amazing show on Saturday night and we even went to an exercise class with Mr Motivator! Amazing! I can’t say I was 100% prepared for the weekend. I knew it was…

View Post
travel

Summer in the City: Coolest Ways to Cool off in Tokyo

Summers in Tokyo are notoriously hot. I’ve spent many a frantic morning in hotels where between stepping out of the shower and dressing myself, I have begun to sweat and my hair dried completely all in a matter of minutes. And let’s face it – nobody wants to spend their entire holiday running between shops purely to relish the air con. Without some forward thinking, you may well find yourself becoming a sweaty mess more often than you’d like amid the scorching summer heat. Here are a few activities to tick off the list on those particularly hot days in…

View Post