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Valparaiso Street Art and Grafitti and Dog

Finding Flaws in Valparaiso

By On March 21, 2017

From the moment I checked into my Santiago hostel, everyone kept telling me I had to make a trip to Valparaiso, a small but colourful coastal city less than two hours away.… Read More

Tornado Drink Chile Santiago

The one where I was kidnapped in Chile

By On March 14, 2017

Travelling with anxiety leaves you feeling a little more wary of strangers than your average backpacker. It also means you check your bag is zipped up a trillion times a day, check… Read More

Paris shot city life

“Paris is always a good idea”

By On February 23, 2017

“Paris is always a good idea” – Audrey Hepburn in the movie Sabrina For my 18th Birthday I went to Paris with my then-boyfriend. It was my first trip abroad without parents… Read More

Machu Picchu South America Latam Airlines Travel Blogger

Win a 3 month blogger trip to South America

By On February 17, 2017

We really should give LATAM Airlines one big pat on the back for being a brand clever enough to recognise the talent and power of bloggers. As the leading airline of Latin America… Read More

Trespass 70 Litre Rucksack Travel Backpacking

Win a 70 Litre Rucksack from Trespass

By On February 6, 2017

Attention all my fellow backpackers, travellers and explorers alike – fancy winning yourself a brand new 70 litre Rucksack?? Of course you do! Trespass, one of the UK’s most successful outdoor clothing… Read More

Arequipa Sunset at Rooftop Restaurant on Top Peru
My Life

Heartbreak & Travel • An emotional night in Peru

By On January 31, 2017

My last night in Peru was one I will never forget. For reasons that are actually quite hard to put into words, but I’m going to try… The whole evening was a… Read More

Hiking Colca Canyon, Arequipa, Peru - Adventure Travel
My Life

Finding myself on Colca Canyon

By On January 24, 2017

Spending a weekend hiking a canyon and sleeping in a hut with a group of strangers is not something I would have ever thought I would be interested in. But something important… Read More

Views from Top of Mount Pachamamma, Island Amantani on Lake Titicaca, Mother Earth. Silhouette

Living like a local on Lake Titicaca

By On January 10, 2017

Living like a local on Lake Titicaca … trying say that three times at super speed. Lake Titicaca is big-ass lake shared by Peru and Bolivia. To get to the Lake from… Read More


A Festive Spa Break

By On December 30, 2016

Adulting at Christmas can be stressful! Whilst all the mulled wine and mince pies certainly helps take the edge off, it’s still an absolutely manic time, leaving a lot of us feeling… Read More

My Life

My 2016 in Travel

By On December 27, 2016

2016. What a disaster of a year. Not only because all the celeb deaths made it feel like we were living in a yearlong episode of Game of Thrones, but 2016 was… Read More


We started from the bottom…

By On December 6, 2016

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Christmas Gifts for the Adrenaline Junkie

By On December 5, 2016

Having spent the past six weeks in South America doing things I would never normally do – including cycling for the first time in 17 years and jumping 10,000ft out of an… Read More


The Inca way of life

By On November 24, 2016

Do you ever have one of those days where your already running super late and then you go and spill your Costa Cappacino all over your brand new New Look coat, and… Read More


Chocolate Making at Museo de la Coca

By On November 18, 2016

If you find yourself in Cusco, Peru, and are looking to kill a few hours (whilst also looking to feed yourself something delightful) I suggest you get yourself down to to Museum… Read More


Cusco: Alpaca Dramas & Guinea Pig Guilt

By On November 11, 2016

If your headed to Peru to do Machu Picchu, the inca trail or Rainbow mountain, your more than likely to be headed to Cusco first. So a little tip: make sure you… Read More


I didn’t make a baby, but I did make it to Machu Picchu

By On November 4, 2016

There are currently babies flying out of everyone I know. I guess I’m at that age. Relatives, friends, randoms I friended on Facebook six years ago after meeting at a gig, yup,… Read More

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Lonely to Lovely • Lima, Peru

By On November 3, 2016

It took me 24 hours, two plane rides, a lot of turbulence and a little bit of vomit to get myself to Lima, Peru. But I did it. And I did it… Read More