1) Get out of your comfort zone! It’s easy to get stucked into a routine and rely on having the safety of friends and family around, so do something to challenge yourself. There’s nothing like flying miles across the world alone to a camp in the middle of nowhere, to push you out of your … More 5 Reason You Should Work at an American Summer Camp
If you’ve never been to an American summer camp deciding what to take can be a bit of a guessing game. The kids themselves usually take everything they own and I mean everything, they have their huge luggage shipped to camp. Unfortunately when your trying to cram three months worth of stuff into a 22k … More What to Pack for Camp America?
Dreaming of the picture perfect american summer? You’ve decided you want to spend your days looking after kids, swimming in lakes and hiking mountains, but don’t know where to begin? Applying to summer camps can be a long and complicated process so there are a number of companies to make this (slightly) easier for you. … More Applying to Camp America
Planning to head to Greece to soak up the sun this summer? But not sure which island to choose? Picking the right island can be tricky and there are so many amazing options to choose from. Mykonos and Santorini have notably been the most popular in recent years but are also the most pricey. For … More Why Crete should be your next Greek island
Greek food is by far my favourite in the Mediterranean, it’s delicious, rich and healthy (ish). So for your next holiday to Greece I’ve made a list of my top picks to try. 1) Tzatziki and fresh bread This simple classic is a starter in almost every restaurant for a reason. If you think you’ve … More 6 Traditional Greek Dishes you must try!
I remember the first time I went to a festival I had just turned 16, I was incredibly excited but also incredibly naive. I didn’t really know what to expect other than fun, freedom, seeing my favourite bands and partying with my friends for 5 days. Festivals can differ massively, from family friendly, to hardcore … More Festival Do’s and Don’ts
Me and my uni girls decided to have a reunion and booked a long weekend to dublin. While the flights were very cheap we were struggling to find accommodation to match. Everything in central Dublin seemed to be an extortionate price. With many of them having used air bnb in the past we started scrolling … More A Long Weekend in Dublin – A Crazy Place and a Rickshaw Race
Dublin has some seriously incredible food! In our time there we found some amazing restaurants, quirky cafes and of course endless brunch options. As a group of food obessed girls we did lots of research before selecting where to eat and I have created a list of my 6 top picks. I would advise booking … More 6 Great Places to Eat in Dublin
Amsterdam has so much going on, from the red light district, quirky cafes, amazing shopping and booming art scene, it can be overwhelming deciding what to do. To make the most out of your visit I have complied a list of my top 10 recommendations that can all easily be done in the space of … More Top 10 things to do in amsterdam
Capital cities are expensive and Amsterdam is no exception, with the average lunch costing €14, pint costing €4.90 and museum €17. Travelling for me is a constant battle between trying to make the most of a place while maintaining a strict budget. There are always cool free things to do in any city, so I … More Top 5 Free Things to do in Amsterdam