Today was payday, meaning I had an itch to spend and what better way than on travel? Okay, so maybe not my biggest adventure yet considering I moved to the Netherlands for an entire year (the mems- *cries*) but this one is a good'n nonetheless. So in April, pretty soon, I'm flying to Bratislava. -But … Continue reading My Biggest Adventure Yet
If winter was a person, they'd be that someone you've not seen in a while and are looking forward to spending some time with. Then, when you finally meet up with them you're a little bit done with their company all too quickly and you remember just why it is you don't see them more … Continue reading A Wintery Moan.
Day one in Luxembourg was a hoot with many memorable experiences, but the city is pretty small so day two required a little more imagination.. On the whole, I avoid public transport in foreign cities as much as possible- I'd rather walk 40 minutes than get a 10 minute metro because you see sooo much … Continue reading Luxembourg On Foot
99% of restaurant experiences pass by rather breezily. Whether the food is good or not, hiccups are usually of a similar ilk and so it's rare for a meal out turning into such an event. That is why, when I was in Luxembourg recently, a particular restaurant visit was so eventful (or not) that it's … Continue reading When Eating Out Gets Lost in Translation..
Unless we travel alone, chances are there's going to be some sort of conflict of interest at some point. People have different priorities... I'm going to go through a few of mine and then do let me know yours in the comments! In no particular order, other than what springs into my mind first... Beer! … Continue reading Travel Priorities…
For all their faults, Ryanair know how to discount a flight. So after picking up return flights to Luxembourg for a tenner, on Friday that's where I headed! From my little bit of research it seemed like there wasn't a heap to do there.. but it was a very nice place! On Saturday we got … Continue reading 24 Hours in Luxembourg
If you're an English native you'll have been studying literature since way back, but it's VERY different at uni. Here's some things you should know (from someone who's come out the other side) You will be expected to read A LOT. Seriously a lot. If you don't take a minor you'll be set around 4 … Continue reading 5 Things To Know Before Studying Literature at University
So I'm half way through a vegetarian January. I decided Veganism was far too hard and after reading that avocados, almonds and a bunch more foods are now technically not even vegan I doubley couldn't deal. But I'm no ignoramus and I know meat isn't good for the planet so this Jan I'm doing a … Continue reading The Environment and Me