Paris is an incredibly expensive city and being one of Europe's fashion capitals and surely one of its most iconic cities; that was always going to be expected. I would not let that discourage any backpacker from visiting here though as Paris does have excellent amenities for anyone looking to see this city on a... Continue Reading →
If the London scene just isn't doing it for you, or you just want an adventure outside of the congested capital. Then have at look at these 5 day trips from London.
I did this road trip in a hired campervan back in September 2015 and it is still one of the best journeys I ever took. It's the trip that finally convinced me to start-up a blog and to try pursue a career in travel. Without being biased (honestly!), the west coast of Ireland has to be... Continue Reading →
In April 2015 I wanted to go to Berlin for Easter. I had done some research and I seen the markets that the Germans prop up for Easter are a major event and I also was desperate to finally step foot into the Fatherland. When I looked up the prices of the flights, the holidays... Continue Reading →
From living in London and using the underground as my main method of transportation you get to know a few things about it that can make your days a bit easier. Here are some quick points to help make riding the tube a more manageable experience. Oyster Card: A contactless card that you top-up... Continue Reading →
When visiting Ireland don't spend all your time on the mainland. Ireland has some of the most incredible islands imaginable, its like going back to stone age times. With the Atlantic oceans curvature visible on the horizon, not many places become as dramatic as here.
After living in London for nearly 4 year now I do have a little list of my favourite things to here in the capital. From sights, markets and bars.
I made the decision to move to London in late 2013. Ireland was slumped in an economic recession since 2008 and showed only vague signs of improving in the future. In my sector, the construction industry, work was almost non-existent, and with low pay. My parents had just immigrated to Canada almost one year before... Continue Reading →
A more effieint method of getting around Paris than walking,and a cheaper way than a taxi...the Paris Metro. Paris is divided into five zones, but I could not see any reason why you would want to go any futher than zones 1-2. You can learn from here what tickets to get before you even land... Continue Reading →