4 great things to do in Buxton – The Perfect Day Out

Folded into the rolling green hills of the Peak District is Buxton, a spa town renowned for its mineral springs. You might have drank from it if you’ve ever purchased Buxton water? It’s a small place with a big hidden gem. Here are 4 things that will make your day…

8 reasons to buy The Travel Hack Backpack

I’m a big believer in packing as light as possible for travel. A bag of essentials and my passport are all that’s needed to get away. But finding that perfect backpack has always been a struggle. That is until The Travel Hack released her brand new backpack, perfect for the…

3 beautiful walks to take in North Yorkshire

Looking to explore the largest county in the UK? Home to two National Parks and a 45 mile long coast line, it’s arguably one of the most beautiful places in England. So I have selected 3 beautiful walks to enjoy in North Yorkshire. Strap on your walking boots, pack your…

5 Christmas markets to visit with Jet2

(AD) I’m a big city breaker and what better time to go abroad than at Christmas. In fact, for the past five years I have taken a cosy Christmas market trip with my family. What began as a birthday treat for my mother’s 50th became an annual tradition. We’ve visited…

Staying in a Shepherd’s Hut – Glamping in Yorkshire

To celebrate our 10 year anniversary, we decided to enjoy a little staycation. We had two requirements; it had to be nearby and in a unique setting. That’s when we found ourselves glamping in Yorkshire and staying in a Shepherd’s Hut with Strawberry Safari. What is a Shepherd’s Hut? It’s…

The best way to spend one day in Manchester

The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own* Do you want to see the best of the city in a day? Then this is the ultimate guide for you. I’ve pulled together, what I believe as a local, is the best, most jam packed, itinerary for…

Visiting the Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Florida

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Florida is a breeding ground for sea turtles given that 18.5% of the state is made up of warm water. In fact, five of the seven species are found here. However, with that comes a lot of danger for our hardback…

Discovering the culture in Barbados

*I was invited to the icelolly.com event and was under no obligation to write a post. I’m not gunna lie. Barbados has never been on my list of places to visit. There I said it. And that’s purely because I’m not a beach gal. I struggled to lie on the…