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!
In the middle of winter me and my friend Steph were sat in the pub musing on summer and holidays and dreaming of adventures. A few drinks and weeks later we decided to book a last minute girls weekend to Amsterdam. I had been to the city once before as a child but couldn’t really … More 26 Hours of Walking, Windows and Weirdness – Travelling to Amsterdam
DO: 1) Have a Vague Plan and Try to Book as Much in Advance as Possible A huge bonus of an interrailling ticket is the freedom it allows, however booking in advance as much as you can will make it far cheaper and easier to budget. With the cheapest interail ticket we had carefully planned … More Interailing Do’s and Don’ts
It’s always a daunting prospect beginning to pack, especially if it’s a long trip spanning multiple countries. Only having a vague idea of what to take as a first time backpacker I did a lot of research and found a number of blogs with hints, tips and suggestions that really helped. So after getting back … More What to Pack for Interrailling?
I can’t believe this it is! It has been an incredible two and a half weeks, our journey has been jam packed with history, culture and good nights out. We have visited 5 countries and had an amazing time on our tiny budget. To wrap up, my inter-railing experience was one that I will remember … More Fields, Planes and Wrong Trains – The Last Day of our Interrailing Adventure
Waking up and starting our first day in Budapest with a hotel breakfast felt like such a treat, especially after weeks of hostels and breakfast being a banana. After filling ourselves up with a range of food we set off in our usual fashion to get a lay of the land through a free walking … More The Emotional Magic Fountain – Day One in Budapest
By now we were pro’s at packing up and moving on to the next city, we put our luggage back into the storage room to use our last few hours in Vienna exploring the Belvedere grounds. It was Harrie who had selected this as our final stop in Vienna and we were happy to go … More A Million Years Later – Travelling from Vienna to Budapest
I’m not sure when we actually decided to visit Bratislava, until our trip I had never even heard of it and was easily mixed up by Slovenia and Slovakia. Yet here I found myself on the train to the capital of Slovakia with very little idea of what to expect. The train was rustic and … More Whipping women?? – Day trip to Bratislava
After our adventures last night we were shocked to discover it had taken Beth and Lucy almost 2 hours to get back to the hostel. They got lost in the streets of Vienna and were having their own adventure. Today however beth was leaving our trip to go home for a christening. We were becoming … More Gatecrashing a Children’s Pool Party – Day Two in Vienna
We woke up for our first day in Vienna slightly more refreshed, (if still a bit sweaty) but ready to explore the city. We were disappointed to discover that unlike every other city it did not offer the free walking tour we had become accustomed to. All of the tours Vienna did offer were more … More From Gardens to Grunge Clubs – Day One in Vienna