100 Mile Bike Ride Challenge

Daniel and I are not cyclists. Yes, we love cycling, but we are certainly not the lycra clad road bike owners you might see on a 100 mile bike ride. However, we have signed up to take part in the Velo Birmingham & Midlands bike ride on the 12th May 2019. That means a lot…

Dining in the Dark – What They Don’t Tell You

Having been on the Dining in the Dark experience twice (once in Kuala Lumpur, and once in Berlin), you could call me a fan – after all, I ventured down that dark staircase twice. Here’s what to expect, if you’re planning a visit! It’s Dark: Well yeah, obviously. But, we’re not talking the darkness at…

5 Simple Luggage Swaps That Will Save You Money

We love having meals out, drinking coffee in beautiful coffee shops the world over (see our post here on Our Favourite Coffee Shops (Worldwide List!) However, that is not how money is best spent while travelling. So, we make allowances, and today we are going to share these with you! Here are five simple luggage…

The Budget Traveller’s Resource List

Travelling on a budget can be made easier with a few simple resources, so we have collected a few together to make your travel plans accessible! These are websites that we use ourselves, and are not adverts. http://www.skyscanner.net – finding the cheapest flights is easy with this website, you can search for the cheapest month,…

A Snapshot of Berlin

When to Visit: Is there a bad time? No, not really. Berlin an exciting city full of great things to do – the season will only change your ability to some of those things a little. If you visit during the warmer months, you can cycle through the gorgeous Tiergarten and enjoy the amazing colours….

How to Afford a Holiday When You’re Saving for Travel

As you know (if you’ve been following our blog and Instagram page) we are currently in saving mode. The problem with us is, we are big dreamers. I mean big dreamers. We would spend our whole week talking and fantasising about our travel plans if we could, and so, we find saving and working quite…

Ten Things We Wish We Had Known Before Starting Our Travel Blog…

  I recently had a conversation with my sister, who is starting her own blog. It was exciting, thinking about the beginning of an adventure, and of all the things that we had learned. I quickly realised that throughout our blogging time (it’s been about a year and a half now) I have soaked up…

Tips for Beating Blogging Writers Block

Last week I wrote about how we are suffering from ‘blogger burnout’, and the response was amazing. We had people saying that they were going through the same thing, and last Monday we received the most likes for one blog post in one day than ever before! So, this week, I would remiss not to…

Blogger Burnout

We’ve slowed down a little on the blog posts and Instagram posts of late. You may have noticed, you may have not, and it’s quite frustrating for us be suffering from ‘blogger burnout’. Gone are the days of two blog posts a week and three photos on Instagram a day. Now one post a day…

Why Spending £10 Extra on Travel Can Change Your Weekend

Take the National Express when your life’s in a mess It’ll make you smile.    My life isn’t in a mess at all, however, it could have been a couple of weeks ago when I made the money saving decision to get the coach to London. (Note – I had a fantastic weekend seeing the…