When I left the UK with a one way ticket to Australia in March 2014, I didn’t know when I would be returning to the UK. I suppose I thought I’d do the standard one year break, and return in March 2015. Looking back now, I know this was not what I wanted. I just didn’t know if long term travel, with no end date at all, was really achievable. With this in mind, here are my blog and travel plans 2015.
First of all, Happy Christmas! I hope you all had a wonderful day, filled with laughter and joy. If, like me, your belly is too full from all the food and booze consumed yesterday, you’ll be looking for indoor activities that require little to no moving. Say, a spot of reading, maybe? If your dreams of 2015’s big adventure are already filling your thoughts, why not take a look at my top 10 travel blogs of 2014 for a little travel inspiration? Warning: reading any of these blogs may result in a sudden urge to book flights to places you’ve never thought to visit, itchy feet and compulsive day dreaming, AKA wanderlust syndrome.
Travellers are a hard bunch to buy for, whether you are trying to send them something from home or if you’re with them on the road. In Part 1 and Part 2 of my complete guide to Christmas presents for travellers I shared some ideas about presents to send to you friends and family on the road. Here, I’m going to share 6 easy and inexpensive DIY projects any traveller can make and give as presents this Christmas.
Buying Christmas presents for travellers can be a mine field: from how they will actually receive your gift to what they really want, it can be a nightmare. And, with Christmas right around the corner, time to make the purchase is running out! So, what gift should you give to your nomad friend this season? Here’s my part 1 guide to the perfect Christmas present for a wanderlust-filled friend.
Last week a group of us gals got together to head down to the PortSide Parlour at Broadway Market. This lovely little basement bar was delightful; being a rum lover my only disappointed was not finding the place sooner!
They have four wheels, like a car. Two wing mirrors, like a car. A steering wheel and a gear stick, like a car. Six hydraulic levers, like a…hold on a second!