KM Recommends: The Kindness of Strangers by Don George

This compilation of 26 tales by 26 writers pulls us into a world of intimate connections made during the very moments man can feel most vulnerable; whilst on his travels. Continue reading “KM Recommends: The Kindness of Strangers by Don George”

Alpaca Walking in the South of England

If there’s something I’ve realised this past year, it’s that I share a love for alpacas with quite a few friends (find out how my love for these creatures started here), and with one too many passionate conversations, it was only fitting I put my money where my mouth is. Continue reading “Alpaca Walking in the South of England”

London to Lake District

After a 6 hour drive we arrived at Windermere. It was too dark to see what our surroundings looked like, but from the smells and sounds I was sure we were in the middle of nowhere, just as I had wanted. Continue reading “London to Lake District”

The Wine Smelling Road That Leads to Saint-Émilion

I’m not kidding. It smells like wine as you approach this quant village in the southwest of France. This world heritage site sits quietly on the top of a hill, surrounded by an endless horizon of vineyards Continue reading “The Wine Smelling Road That Leads to Saint-Émilion”

KM Recommends: Diplomatic Baggage: The Adventures of a Trailing Spouse by Brigid Keenan

Diplomatic Baggage is what I now deem as one of my most memorable reads.

Brigid Keenan, an expat wife/mother/journalist/do it all, writes about her unconventional life traveling and living abroad. Continue reading “KM Recommends: Diplomatic Baggage: The Adventures of a Trailing Spouse by Brigid Keenan”

The All-Inclusive Dilemma

Far too often we are faced with the all-inclusive dilemma. “What is this?” You may ask. Well, it’s the ‘hard’ decision of having to choose between an all-inclusive resort and a nice bed and breakfast (or just ‘bed’). Continue reading “The All-Inclusive Dilemma”

8 Things I Love About Budapest

I’ve only been to Budapest twice but I can confidently say that it’s one of my favourite European cities. Budapest gives off an aura of a once grand but forgotten city, and this is exactly where my love for her stems.I have compiled a list of all of the reasons why I love the city and why you should too!

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High Up In The Buda Hills: A guide to getting to János Hill

János-hegy (or János Hill) is the highest point of Budapest, offering spectacular views of the city. It’s a little out of the way but it’s the journey that makes reaching the top all the more rewarding.

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