I had wanted to visit Israel for a few years, not going to lie – mostly due to what I’d heard about the food! Little did I know it was a yoga mecca with a gorgeous coastline and so much fascinating culture. After making a couple of Israeli friends at different places around the globe, …

Last weekend I went on a road trip to Wales… After (and while) spending so many years travelling, my interest in exploring closer to home has been peaking. Recently I’ve been gobsmacked by the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, a place literally next door to where I spent the first 18 years of my life. …

I’ve travelled for different lengths of time to different locations, for different purposes. However, unlike my partner, I do not do any specific work or sports that requires certain equipment e.g. surf boards, climbing shoes, crampons or diving gear. For me, I actually end up needing a very similar repertoire of items. Of course this …

Last year, while based in Morocco, my friend Hanna and I flew up north and rented a car from Fes airport. We had an incredible week-long road-trip through the very northern tip of Africa and we even crossed the border into Europe. We hired a small car from the airport so that we could transport …

After making a home for ourselves here in the surf capital of Morocco, it was time for my boyfriend and I to explore further afield. Taghazout is the nearest town to our base which is part of a small mountain village: Ait Ahmed. At the bottom of the mountain, instead of turning left towards Agadir, …

I’ve wanted to visit Copenhagen for a long time after learning about the alluring concept of ‘hygge’; the danish word that means something like cosiness of the soul, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary and that soothing sense of home. I began researching the culture of Danes and learnt that they are consistently rated as …

1. The nature Although Berlin is a big city, it really doesn’t feel like it! During my stay, I didn’t once get that claustrophobic feeling that I often do in a highly populated central area. The city isn’t piled high with skyscrapers; instead, many of the beautiful, colourful buildings are covered in greenery, huge plants …

Often when people talk about travelling, the topic of money can be one of the first. The thing is, everyone travels differently and even from trip to trip. Soon I am to embark on a totally new adventure (all will be revealed soon!) but before that, I thought I’d share my tips for budget backpacking. …

Tomorrow is the beginning of Easter weekend which means, of course, my post this week is dedicated to chocolate. I’m recently back from a trip travelling around Peru, the world’s number one producer of organic cacao. I was interested to learn more about this crop that I absolutely love. I eat cacao blended into my …

I have chosen to write about the three main cities of Peru, which are in fact bursting with healthy hotspots. As opposed to them being ‘international’ hubs, they serve true Peruvian cuisine. Peru is the home of many western ‘superfoods’, from root powders like cacao, maca, lucuma, to grains such as quinoa, and even nuts …