My 200 Hour Indian Yoga Teacher Training Experience

Namaste everyone! I’ve been super quiet on here and social media in general lately as I’ve spent the last month in India doing my 200hr…

How to travel when you can’t …

“Yes, I love to travel! I can just never afford it” Words we hear ourselves say over and over, whether we’re talking in terms of…

5 Reasons why small group travel is awesome – …

On Friday I brought you a post about why you should take a solo trip, and whilst I believe that you totally should at some…

5 reasons why you should definitely book that …

You’ve spent hours flicking through travel guides, scrolling on Instagram and pinning your dreamy destinations on Pinterest. You have a travel bucket list and you…

Adventures in Bali | Being pampered at a …

After a few days of immersing myself in the hustle and bustle of busy Ubud, it was quite literally time to escape to the final…

Adventures in Bali | The Ubud Diaries

Although I’ve been extremely blessed to have spent my much of life traveling the world with my Dad, who was cabin crew with British Airways…

Adventures in Bali | Day 8 | It’s not …

We ordered a taxi from the hotel to Kuta where Chris and Annika were staying for a few days, but on the way managed to bargain with our driver who agreed to take us to Kuta, then up to Tanah Lot, wait for us there for a few hours, then back to Kuta to drop Chris, Annika and I off and then drop Tony back in Sanur all for 500,000IDR (which was about £30 for all 4 of us)! I don’t care what you say, if you are an experienced Balinese-haggler or whatever, but I was pretty pleased with paying less than a tenner for a private taxi service for the day!