New York Travel Diary

Trips to New York in the winter are incredibly affordably, so it would have been plain rude for me to not take a little trip over to the big city. The last time I visited New York was the summer of 2017, so needless to say this time was a lot colder. After obsessively monitoring the weather forecast for the dates we’d be visiting for weeks…

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A BUDGET TRIP TO DISNEYLAND PARIS

There’s no better time than summer for a fleeting affair with the City of Love. A few months back I received an email from Trainline with some super cheap Eurostar deals… so my boyfriend and I booked ourselves a little trip to Paris- more importantly, Disneyland! Anyone who knows me knows my obsession with all things Disney, and (luckily for him) my boyfriend is rather…

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My Travel Bucket List

This has been one of my most requested posts for a while, and seeing as I’ve had a travel bucket list since I was around 11 years old; here goes! These are going to be places I haven’t visited yet, if you’d like to see more of the places I have traveled to, you can check out my travel posts. 1. Thailand. What a beautiful…

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2018 Bucket List

I still can’t quite believe it’s 2018. In usual new year fashion, It’s time to do my bucket list for the year; a list of all my aims for the year ahead. I did a 2017 bucket list post as well as a review of that list at the end of the year, so give those a read if you’re interested. Pass my driving test.…

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10 Tips for Brits Working on US Summer Camps

So you’re going to work on a summer camp in America next summer? Well first of all, congratulations on securing your placement. Secondly, don’t panic – I’ve got you covered with a series of posts to help you out in the months before you leave for the US! Make sure you’ve also read my ‘5 Reasons Summer Camp Will Change Your Life‘. This post is…

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