I recently visited London, it's something I do on a more regular basis over the Summer months, to explore one of the most visited tourist attractions, the Coca Cola London Eye. I love visiting the famous landmarks which light up the London Skyline.
As you may be aware, I am always trying to raise awareness of the best gluten free travel destinations. I recently blogged about my gluten free trip to Jesmond and today's adventure takes us to Devon.
The problem with being an avid traveller is that the chances something will go wrong quadruplicate. While airports can be magical places to anxiously await the trip of a lifetime, they easily turn into diabolic traps when you are left for hours on end between gate one and gate twenty-two because you lost your flight/it got cancelled/you are me and have spent more time waiting in terminals than you have in the air.
It sounds easy to be mindful. All you have to do really is be present and take everything in. But it may be a little more difficult than you think. Maybe you have problems at home that you can't help but worry about.
From the sight of hippos bathing in the Limpopo River at sunset and penguins in the distance at Boulders Beach to mind-blowing panoramas atop Table Mountain and the infamous nightlife in Cape Town, there are fewer places quite as culturally or geographically diverse as South Africa.
A destination dubbed the Granite City or the Oil Capital of Europe might not be the first place you'd think about visiting, but whether you're after a weekend of art and culture or a romp in the Glens, Aberdeen is well worth a visit
Now, we've all seen the words 'farm-to-table' on trendy menus in restaurants that boast about sustainability, but how many of us have actually seen with our own eyes where our food comes from?
The Hard Rock Hotel in Cancun will rock your holiday into next week (or the next fortnight depending on how long you're staying for). It has the crazily-perfect Caribbean sea, party pools, cool cocktails, fine food, super stage shows and hydro-spa tub in your Hard Rockstar suite, but it includes something far more electrically exciting than most all-inclusives on the hotel strip... Guitars!!
While London is a big city, it is also a safe city. International students and their parents often wonder how safe it is to study in another country, so here is some information and a few tips to keep you safe while studying in London.
Despite the passing of the summer, tourist activities continue. This is because each season promises exciting feelings and opportunities in many touri...
Studying abroad in Europe can introduce you to experiences that you would never find in the United States. Before you fly over the Atlantic, however, be sure to prepare for your stay. The following four tips will help you avoid problems so that you can get more out of your time studying abroad.
For a Mexican culinary fiend and seafood aficionado the Pacific Coast is heaven. Navigate your way from Baja style fish tacos to birria with this foodie's guide.
Summer is over and the snows are yet to fall - so where to go if you want a few days away? Now is the perfect season for a city break - parks bask in autumn colours, sightseeing doesn't involve a million other tourists and and culture, cocktails and cafe society can all be ticked off in just one day.
The time for teapots, tiny candy bars and pumpkin soup comes about as gradually as the leaves changing, but now that it's about to get into full swing, here are 5 places that will make you fall in love with autumn...
Back in June, after four days of sleeping on a campsite and trudging about in wellies at Glastonbury Festival, I was completely ready for a hotel room and a big, comfortable bed. Fortunately for me then, I was checking into London's 5* Courthouse Hotel for the night.
Riad Farnatchi is beautiful and completely traditional in its style with handmade Moroccan furniture and furnishings, which have all been especially designed for them. The Riad features a newly opened spa, which is wonderfully luxurious with ornate woodwork and black and white patterned tiles, and a new restaurant, Le Trou Au Mur, will open in October.