In November, my boyfriend’s family ventured up to snowy Scotland from warmer Wales to stay for a week in a cosy cottage tucked away in Muckhart, Clackmannanshire, just outside of Dollar. I hadn’t really explored this area before and was pleasantly surprised at how scenic it was.
Our annual trip to Arnprior Pumpkins has come around so quickly. So quickly, that I’ve barely had time to look out my Autumn clothes and cosy scarves. I’m still in denial that it’s not August any more. There’s a lot going on at the moment so I’ve not been able to celebrate Autumn as
Cheap might not come to mind when you think of the Fringe and Edinburgh, accommodation can be pricey especially as it’s during the summer (yep, this is our summer). However with a little searching, the Fringe can seem a little more purse friendly.
For years I’ve been meaning to go to a PYO farm but always missed the season for picking. There’s something quite fun about being let loose in a field picking delicious fruit, it’s just not the same in the supermarket. I went to Craigie’s Farm in South Queensferry (only an hour from Glasgow) as it
Usually, when I go on holiday it’s to a city where every day I get up early and try to pack in as much as I can. By the end of the holiday, I find that I’m quite tired. I decided to take a week off and go somewhere where I could actually relax and
Having flown to Bristol airport for over 3 years, I realised I had never actually been to Bristol except to see the Penguin that my parents adopted for me at the zoo. I had no idea what Bristol looked like, which intrigued me to spend a long weekend there.
Earlier in the year I visited Yorkshire for the weekend, something that I always thought I’d need to take a week off work to do. Leaving on a Friday night, it took just over 4 hours to get to the hotel and it was an easy journey down. The Hotel The cheapest hotel I could find was
Ah, Paris. It’s a city of culture and beauty. Having only ever been to Paris for Disneyland when I was 4, I was excited to experience the city and see all the monuments that are so widely talked about.
What I love about Glasgow is how easy it is to escape into the countryside. In the time it takes to watch a tv programme, you can be at the top of Loch Lomond absorbing the peace and quiet and not having to dart out everyone’s way. For ages, I’d seen pictures of a wooden
London is an awesome city; there’s so much going on that everyone can find something they enjoy. I visited London on a budget for 4 days and still managed to see everything I wanted to, although I’ll definitely be back! Top Tip: get an Oyster card and buy unlimited travel in zones 1&2. We saved