I’ve travelled with a lot of airlines, but I have to say Air New Zealand has one of the most impressive economy class cabins I’ve ever flown in. This year I’ve taken over 30 flights and I’m really becoming a bit of an airline geek these days. I’ve tried and tested the economy class on [...]
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You can’t get a more convenient location than the Comfort Hotel Grand Central, which is located inside Oslo’s central station. You’re only a 2-minute walk from the airport express train, which is fantastic if you want to save time commuting to/from the airport. The Location The Comfort Hotel Grand Central is located inside central station, [...]
Earlier this year I wrote about how I am trying to stay in shape while traveling. There’s nothing like shopping for some new running shoes or clothing to give you a bit of an incentive to start exercising! Recently I was asked to review this Nike Women’s Dri-Fit Knit Short Sleeve Tee, which is made [...]
Situated slap-bang in the middle of Oslo, the Hotel Continental is a classy affair and Norway’s only member of the Leading Hotels of the World. The hotel has been built up by a single family over four generations, and this is reflected in the warmth of the customer service. Upon arrival I was greeted with a [...]
The busy city of Manila is usually the start and end point for most trips to the Philippines and it’s definitely worth spending a few days here to get to know a little bit more about Filipino culture and history. From the historic buildings of Intramuros to the modern shopping malls of Makati, there is [...]
On the #DiscoverMalaysia blog trip I was hosted at the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur, a 5* hotel in the city centre adjacent to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. At the Grand Hyatt the Lobby is on the top floor, not the ground floor, so we had to take an express elevator to the top! The [...]
Bangkok is known for its luxury hotels and rooftop bars, but the Executive Floors of the Amari Watergate Hotel take the red carpet treatment to the next level. After 3 weeks traveling through Vietnam, Laos and Northern Thailand, I found myself in Bangkok for one night before catching a flight to Myanmar. I was craving [...]
The South of France is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been in Europe, but it can also be rather expensive to stay there. That’s why I decided to stay in Nice, which offers the perfect base for exploring the French Riviera by train or bus, while offering a number of inexpensive [...]
During my time in Las Vegas I had the opportunity to stay for two nights in one of the new MGM Grand King rooms at the MGM Grand. To say the MGM Grand is huge would be an understatement. The place is more like a City within a City! As I walked into the lobby [...]
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I'm a British girl from Manchester and I have been traveling solo since 2008. After graduating from university I decided there was more to life than the hours between 9 and 5, so I packed my journalism degree into my suitcase to travel the world and work remotely. I hope to inspire you to be your own boss, live life and travel the world.