Travel Blog

Environmental

With the Tearfund Ethical Fashion report being this week & it being Fashion Revolution week next I figured now is the perfect time to write about a topic which is close to my heart; Sustainable Fashion. This is something I've harped on about since being a teenager- opting to shop in second hand stores and… Continue reading

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A Weekend In...

Being a soul who likes to wander, I find I get on well with similar, like-minded lost souls. So when I was planning my move out to New Zealand in 2016, one of my close friends was planning hers to Sydney, Australia. Which at the time was peace of mind, knowing that if for some… Continue reading

New Zealand

The west of New Zealand is known for it’s expansive and often unruly coastline, with long stretches of sandy beach spilling into rolling hills. Living in Wellington, I’m super fortunate that the west coast of North Island starts only a short while a way. When the south swell isn’t pushing in, we often head up… Continue reading

Travel & Adventures

Ever since cruising through the islands and atolls of French Polynesia, I have dreamt of heading back to the dreamy paradise of a South Pacific Island . So when at a loss of what to get my boyfriend for his 25th birthday, plane tickets to Samoa were a wonderful solution.  As a keen surfer, he… Continue reading

Travel & Adventures

  In the past few years Croatia has become one of the must visit places in Europe, and after a week in Split, I can totally see why. This trip, as ever with my inability to make proper travel plans, was a last minute holiday booked with a really good friend. We wanted somewhere warm,… Continue reading

New Zealand

Raglan, the tiny surf town just across from Hamilton, is one of my absolute favourite places in New Zealand. It was here that a two-day visit ended up as 10 lazy beach days the first time I visited the country a few years ago. When returning back to New Zealand last September, my original plan… Continue reading