10 Free Things To Do In New Orleans

10 Free Things To Do In New Orleans

New Orleans is, by far, one of the most fun cities I’ve ever visited. There’s something that’s just so…easy…about it. Convenient, as its nickname IS the Big Easy. It’s laid back, unlike anywhere else I’ve been before or since, and… View Post

What is travel?

What is travel?

This post has nothing to do with socks, or house elves, or Harry Potter, sadly. Sorry. Instead, it’s a bit more think-y, and involves some thinking on what it is that defines a travel blogger? What ‘counts’ as travel content?… View Post

Four places for four meals in New Orleans

Four places for four meals in New Orleans

New Orleans is, by far, one of my favourite cities to eat in. In America’s Deep South, they take their food very seriously, with a melting pot of influences creating their signature dishes. Creole and Cajun, jambalaya and gumbo, lots of… View Post

Lafayette Cemetery No.1, New Orleans

Lafayette Cemetery No.1, New Orleans

The city of New Orleans has its fair share of cemeteries. Like any other city, of course. But here, the cemeteries tend to attract a lot more outside visitors than your average local plot would. Although it’s renowned for its… View Post

Is Valetta worth visiting?

Is Valetta worth visiting?

I’m okay with heat. In fact, I’ll go so far to say I’m pretty awesome in warm climates. I absolutely loved lazing in the sun on our boat trip to Comino, feeling the warmth on my skin as I snorkelled… View Post

It’s okay to stay at home

It’s okay to stay at home

For someone who works a full-time job, I’ve travelled quite a lot this year. The list so far? Glasgow, Dublin, a week in Budapest, Bucharest, Berlin/Hamburg, near enough two weeks in Deep South USA, Leuven, just under a week in… View Post

A boat trip around Comino, Malta

A boat trip around Comino, Malta

Crystal clear, beautiful blue waters. The sun shining. Cocktails in pineapples and giant ice creams that I couldn’t even finish. Taking a boat trip around Malta’s Comino Island was pure paradise. Having grown up by the seaside, I’ve always been… View Post