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”
If you’re into beach hopping, discovering small villages on mountain sides, and feeling the breeze run through your hair, then quad biking in Crete will be your cup of tea.
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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”
4 hours in, as I sat alone on an empty flight to LA, I began to feel fear. The swamped days leading up to my somewhat secret escape, had resulted in a failure to acknowledge Continue reading “California And My Road To Happiness”
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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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.
Continue reading “High Up In The Buda Hills: A guide to getting to János Hill”
On our travels, more often than not, we are led astray. This is especially true when it comes to food! Hungary is a nation rich in finger licking foods and the last thing I want is for you to end up in McDonald’s, too scared to delve into the unknown. Continue reading “5 Foods To Try In Budapest”
South America may have a bad reputation for safety but I’m here to tell you it really isn’t that bad, especially now that governments have really put in effort to protect tourists as well as citizens. Continue reading “Staying Safe in Peru”
I’m currently in Vienna, Austria and I’m feeling inspired to write about this place, even before I’m back home. Continue reading “Vienna and it’s Albertina Museum”
“Excuse me, where can I find the telephone graveyard?” was the question my friends and I were throwing about in a small town in Yorkshire, only to be looked back at with blank stares and obvious confusion. Continue reading “The Red Telephone Box Graveyard”