Cuba travel guide

Travelling around Cuba can feel like you've stepped back in time – the iconic classic cars from the 1950s are everywhere, the architecture is from a bygone era and it's perfectly normal to see a horse and cart in the street or a man using oxen to plough his field. The Caribbean island, famous for... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh travel guide

Settled around two extinct volcanoes and steeped in history, Edinburgh is a cultural, culinary powerhouse boasting dramatic scenery, excellent food and fabulous shopping. With lots to see and do, it's a great destination for a weekend city break. If you're planning a trip to Auld Reekie, here's my mini travel guide to the Scottish capital...... Continue Reading →

Jordan travel guide

If I had to guess, I'd wager that Petra is the reason most people visit Jordan and it was certainly why I booked my trip. I'd long been keen to visit the ancient Nabatean city, but little did I realise it's just one of a number of incredible places to see in this fascinating country.... Continue Reading →

Costa Rica travel guide

My mini-travel guide to Lisbon seemed to go down well, so I thought I'd put together another mini-travel guide – this time to Costa Rica. I recently spent a week travelling around the Central American country and this is my mini-guide to the friendly, wildlife haven that's been voted the happiest place on earth (sorry Disneyland!).... Continue Reading →

Lisbon travel guide

A couple of months ago, I found out that a mini-travel guide to Lisbon I'd put together for a friend was doing the rounds of our friends and friends of friends. According to the friend I'd written it for, "it's like a proper travel guide". Which got me thinking that, as I have a travel... Continue Reading →

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