Thought Benidorm was all fry ups, mobility scooters and karaoke? After seeing the TV show, that's the impression I had. In fact even without the TV show, I'd always heard people speak of Benidorm as a destination that attracts 'Brits Abroad' - the ones who...

I think it's safe to say that cruising has often been associated with an older demographic, but as a girl in my late 20s I'd actually been wanting to go on a cruise for quite some time. Although I'd never tried one, I quite liked...

When people ask me where my favourite place in the world is, I often say Montenegro. The first time I visited I was completely surprised; I had such a brilliant experience wandering round the streets of UNESCO towns, hiking in the mountains and taking a boat...

Ireland has a huge place in my heart and have been back to Dublin time after time. I first visited the city on a Paddywagon tour, then I went back for the TBEX travel blogger conference and even flew over for New Years Eve....

While in any new country I like to get to know the culture by eating my way around the country, trying their tastiest local foods. There's just nothing I enjoy more than sitting in cafes or restaurants watching the world go by, chatting to newly...

FYI this information is correct as of 13th June 2015. Russia changes its rules all the time, so please always check for any changes. Before you go to Russia you must obtain a visa in your passport before you go. Don't make the mistake of...

Reykjavik may be the capital of Iceland but it feels more like a small town than a capital city. Small and compact in size, it's easy to explore on foot and see the sights in a day. But when it comes to nightlife, Reykjavik is bursting...

The Golden Circle is a popular tourist trail in Iceland, covering a 300km loop from Reykjavik to central Iceland and back. It allows you to see some of Iceland's most famous sights, including geysirs and the magnificent Gulfoss waterfall. We took a bus tour to...

The Blue Lagoon. I'm sure you've seen pictures of it on Instagram and Pinterest. It's one of the most visited and recognisable attractions of Iceland, with water so icy blue you can't quite believe that colour even exists.  This January I jetted off to Iceland...