5 Cities I Would Return To

I am the type of person that has to try somewhere new every time we go out to eat, or travel somewhere. Craig, on the other hand, can quite happily go back to the same place, knowing they’re a safe choice offering what he likes. Cities, compared to restaurants, have to been out of this world… Continue reading 5 Cities I Would Return To

Paris | What We Did in 5 Days

DAY ONE: ARRIVING IN PARIS We left Amsterdam Airport Train Station on the 1:33pm train for Paris-Nord (via Rotterdam & Brussels). The train ride was only three hours and actually flew by. It was much cheaper than flying and it wasn’t anymore of a hassle than flying. Travelling by train is our new thing! Especially in… Continue reading Paris | What We Did in 5 Days

My Travel Story So Far

You can think of this as running commentary of my life… I started this post as more of a reminder for myself (because we all know I have to catch up on a million posts – I’m getting there I promise!) but then I thought it could be a really cool guide for you guys.… Continue reading My Travel Story So Far

Paris | Two Days at Magical Disneyland

Our travel agent looked us like we were crazy when we asked to book a nights stay at Disneyland on our “romantic” Paris holiday in 2014. But let’s be honest, he probably doesn’t get many twenty-something child-less couples booking a romantic Parisian holiday and requesting at least one day at Disneyland. Looking back now, it was probably… Continue reading Paris | Two Days at Magical Disneyland

Reims | My favourite day trip from Paris

Only an hour train ride from Paris and you can be in the historical city of Reims, in the Champagne region of France. And as the name suggests, this is the region where champagne is made. Most people only visit Reims for the Champagne. While you can get sparkling wine all over the world, no… Continue reading Reims | My favourite day trip from Paris

Our Travels of 2016

This blog post, too, is late. Most bloggers had their “Year in Review” up the second the New Year chimed in. I, on the other hand, needed a full 18 days (and maybe a few bottles of wine) to figure out how I felt about 2016. Needless to say, if you need 18 days to… Continue reading Our Travels of 2016