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Choosing The Next Adventure... I've been so busy engrossed in day to day life that I've completely forgotten to plan another adventure abroad, partly because I'm so torn as to where I should go. For the past few months I've been incredibly keen to travel to Thailand and Indonesia to visit places like Bali and Ubud, Phuket, Krabi, Ko Pha Ngan and Chiang Mai, but for some reason unbeknown to me I simply feel put off! Could it be that everyone goes to Thailand and Bali and it's simply lost it's appeal? I was meant to be leaving this Saturday for 3 weeks in Thailand...
The Amazon at sunset Pacaya
Can you imagine being totally isolated from everything and everyone you know? Not just being away from the familiar, safe and comforting but not having any connection whatsoever - to anyone or on any platform, I have experienced this. This to me is golden time, a time of no distractions. It takes a few hours of being fully immersed in your present activities to shake off 'the fear of missing out' it's what happens when you get feelings of withdrawral from sites such as Facebook and What'sApp and keeping track of what's going on within your virtual world. When I...
Singlemumtravels Eiffel tower
Paris, to Love or not to Love... I once had a Jack Russel Terrier called Paris, I brought her out of my student loans instead of books for my Advertising degree, well worth the investment, I bred her, played 'dog baseball' with her and then had to give her up because my landlord said 'N0 Dogs' (even though I hid her for 3 years) I adored Paris. The real Paris in France however.... Not so much! I've been to a few European cities; Frankfurt & Dusseldorf in Germany, Warsaw & Krakow in Poland (my country!) Moscow in Russia and Brussels in Belgium,...
Disneyland Single mum travels
Visiting Disneyland Paris & Experiencing The Magic We have officially experienced the magic that is Disneyland! In all honesty I want to say it really is the happiest place on earth ;) Before setting off I was dreading the long queues and screaming kids, extortionate prices and being a general rip off considering the tickets cost almost £200 to enter, I definitely was not a fan of theme parks and never had the desire to ever visit Disneyland. I couldn't have been more wrong! What Changed My Mind?! I was Browsing the British Airways website for cheap flights to any destination in...
Seeing Machu Picchu for the first time is like a picture perfect postcard coming to life followed by a massive "wow" and "it's real, stunning". At nearly 8,000 feet above sea level it is one of the most popular visitor destinations in South America. Located high in the Peruvian Andes, Machu Picchu was hidden from the outside world for hundreds of years It was discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911 with the guidance of local indigenous farmers. He was an academic, explorer and politician from the United States of America. Machu Picchu is a beautiful landscape, it makes you contemplate and appreciate the...
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