If your life pre-baby involved a lot of holidays, I’ve no doubt that like me, you’re hoping to keep going on adventures and exploring the world. However the way we travel changes when 2 becomes 3, and holidays definitely won’t be the same again. Here are some of my top tips to help you plan a stress free holiday that leaves you feeling refreshed (despite the lack of lie ins!) Continue reading “Planning a holiday with a baby”→
New Zealand is one of my favourite countries because it has so much glorious and varied landscape to explore. I’ve been on holiday twice here, once in the winter (July) for two weeks and once in the summer (January) for two weeks. The winter was crisp and offered lovely views of the snowy peaks, the summer gave us the chance to laze by the lakes and catch some rays. It’s impossible to experience everything this country has to offer at once unless you go for 5-6 weeks with a big budget, it may be small but its packed full of wonders. Continue reading “My New Zealand Travel Guide in Pictures”→
I was very happy when I received an email from Rebecca a.k.a The Recovering Hippie this week, informing me that she was nominating me for the Liebster Award. This is an award aimed at supporting new bloggers, whereby each person nominated answers 11 questions given to them by the person who nominates them. It’s a great chance to get to know different up and coming blogs and to strengthen the community. Rebecca has given me 11 questions to answer, which I hope you will enjoy reading to get a better sense of the type of blogger and traveller I am. At the end, I will nominate 3 new bloggers and give them 11 questions to answer.
Having spent the last year travelling round the world, I know how much time, effort and money goes into seeing the world and having the best experience possible. You can’t always turn up and hope for the best when it’s your only big holiday of the year, your once in a lifetime opportunity to see the place you’ve always dreamed of. You want to maximise but relax, eat the best food but not break the bank, take a well run tour that doesn’t disappoint. How do you manage to get the best experience possible?