Lizzie Mulherin

Travel and lifestyle writer

Self-diagnosed heliophile hailing from Australia’s sunshine state, attempting to climatise in London.

Blessed with a remarkable ability to justify daily chocolate consumption and have, on more that one occasion, drained all savings for spontaneous trips abroad.

Co-founding Editor in Chief of Two Birds Travel.
The Magic Of Madeira: Portugal's Island Paradise Offers Adventure

The Magic Of Madeira: Portugal's Island Paradise Offers Adventure Aplenty

LYING 700km off the coast of Africa is a small island paradise, its authenticity still perfectly preserved despite growing tourist demand. Madeira is the sun-kissed destination giving the likes of the Canary Islands and Marbella a run for their money. The island is a part of Portugal, though it sits closer to Morocco in the North Atlantic Sea.
23/09/2016 13:53 BST
A City Guide To

A City Guide To Stockholm

WITH ITS arresting cocktail of cobblestoned charm and effortless modern style, the Swedish capital is every bit the Scandinavian hotspot its reputation would have you believe. Stockholm is renowned for its stunning architecture, matched by the locals who frequent the urban hub.
13/09/2016 15:47 BST
Glasgow's Got

Glasgow's Got Glamour

Some colleagues passed judgment on its 'violent reputation,' but many spoke of a booming trendsetter, bursting with style and culture. Naturally, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. And I can certainly say I wasn't disappointed.
06/11/2015 09:55 GMT
Balancing the Buzz: Vinyasa With a Touch of

Balancing the Buzz: Vinyasa With a Touch of Adventure

There are a variety of different yoga holidays and retreats to choose from; each tailored to the kind of experience you seek (e.g detox, wellbeing, relaxing) and what kind of adventure you want to have with it (e.g skiing, surfing, diving).
16/10/2015 10:50 BST
A Taste of the Sweet

A Taste of the Sweet Life

Between June and October each year, thousands of sun-seekers from across the globe make their way through the infamous windy roads of Italy's iconic Southern Coastline and it's certainly no mystery as to why.
28/09/2015 12:08 BST
72 Hours of

72 Hours of Skye

Steeped in history as rich as the green of the landscape itself, the patriotic setting is enough to stir wanderlust in even the most travel-averse. If you're looking to escape the city and get some fresh air with a punch of perspective but only have a long weekend to do it - the land of Braveheart is calling.
11/09/2015 15:58 BST
Five Things I've Figured at the Age of

Five Things I've Figured at the Age of 25

While, personally, I often feel (act) like I am 25 going on 19, especially where peanut butter habits and financial responsibility are concerned (AMIRITE?) there are some things I've picked up along the way, that as a totally-mature adult I try to remember and put into practice...
25/08/2015 16:30 BST
A Broke Girl's Guide to

A Broke Girl's Guide to Copenhagen

True to form as one of the finer things in life, Copenhagen can be rather costly. However, like most worthwhile feats, where there is a will (and as it happened in my case, a very low bank balance - thank you, London) there is a wallet-friendly way.
19/08/2015 15:14 BST
Yurt So

Yurt So Good

As we adventure-hungry Gen Y's lead the charge for experiential travel with our selfie-sticks held high, the demand for authentic accommodation is growing faster than our bucket lists.
25/06/2015 13:41 BST
First Date Sex: Is Abstinence

First Date Sex: Is Abstinence Key?

It's a scenario most single girls are familiar with. After somewhat of a dry spell (due to nothing other than your impossibly high standards, obviously) one lad manages to snag your attention and you agree to drinks and maybe even some food. Lucky him.
07/05/2015 12:46 BST
A Musing on

A Musing on Monogamy

From hormone-driven first loves, to long-term partnered 20-somethings, to the newly wedded and those well-into matrimony; we've all witnessed at least one of the above cross that oh-so-fickle faithful line, leaving loyalty far behind.
16/03/2015 12:52 GMT