9 Not-So-Obvious Travel Tips

After travelling for 11 months, I’ve learnt a few tricks along the way. The tips listed below are invaluable to me and are largely used on a daily basis. Maps MeIf you’ve never heard of this app, stop what you’re doing and download it. Maps Me allows you to download maps for countries or specific... Continue Reading →

Agra and the Beautiful Taj Mahal

Visiting Agra was an unforgettable, magical experience and it was definitely a highlight from my time in India. Despite the Taj Mahal being partially under scaffolding when I visited, the grandeur and symmetrywas spectacular. Adding the Taj Mahal to any itinerary needs no explanation, but including a few nights stay in Agra might start to... Continue Reading →

Udaipur: a romantic lakeside city

Built around a man-made lake and surrounded by beautiful green hills, Udaipur is a small lakeside city with massive character and amazing scenery. You only have to spend five minutes here to see why it's described as India's most romantic place. After every corner, you're left scrambling for your camera and at times you forget... Continue Reading →

Chaotic Delhi

From the moment the plane's wheels hit the tarmac, I knew Delhi was going to be unforgettable. From getting conned and ripped off, to the constant noise of horns and traffic, Delhi was a chaotic and stressful experience. The juxtaposition between rich and poor was also astonishing, with the homeless lining the side walks next... Continue Reading →

Summer in Dubai 🇦🇪

Growing from a tiny fishing settlement to a sprawling metropolis in under 100 years, Dubai's developed at an exponential rate. With new construction everywhere, the city is ever-changing and it's literally growing before your eyes. With no shortage of money thanks to oil, Dubai is very showy with its wealth and it's evident everywhere, from... Continue Reading →

Day trip to Abu Dhabi

Next to all the glitz and glamour of Dubai, the capital of the United Arab Emirates is often cast in the shadow of its sibling. Only 75 minutes from Dubai, Abu Dhabi is definitely well worth a day visit; even if it's just to see the main attraction, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. Designed based... Continue Reading →

Brunch in Dubai

The phrase "all you can eat and drink" in the UK conjures up images of cheap, tasteless food and over indulgence. In Dubai, they've coined it Brunch and whilst still excessive, there's an element of class and sophistication. Although as they tend to focus more on drinking, it's not necessarily at the normal "Brunch" time... Continue Reading →

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