If you’re like me and love anything remotely bohemian, Morocco will be your dream destination for souvenirs. Here’s a list of 13 things souvenirs that you should pick up in Morocco, so you can budget accordingly!
Hong Kong has always been one of my favourite places in Asia to explore, because there are so many things to do, eat and experience. Here’s my top 20 things to do when you visit Hong Kong!
There’s plenty of urban definitions for the word ‘roaching’ out there, so what does it mean in the greyhound world?
When I travel to Hawaii for work, I’m lucky enough to stay right in the heart of Waikiki. If you’ve got a free day and not sure how to spend it, here’s a 1 day itinerary of things to do around Waikiki!
You might think greyhounds belong on the side of a bus, or zooming around a track on the sports channel. But where are greyhounds truly in their element? As pets in your home!
Climbing inside the pyramids should be on every Egyptian itinerary in my opinion - it’s an experience unlike anything else in the world. As impressive as it is to see the great pyramids of Giza from the outside, it’s completely different to see them from within!
Uyuni is home to the largest salt flat in the world (over 10,000 square metres of flat salty crust), but that’s not the only thing here to see! In this post, I’ll answer some common questions about Uyuni, so you know what to expect when you visit.
Before I went to Egypt, I knew I wanted to visit the Great Pyramids of Giza without organising a guide or tour. The good news is visiting the pyramids without a guide is totally doable - here are all the tips and tricks I learnt from my experience so you can do it yourself when you visit Egypt.
Fluffy pancakes are a Japanese dessert craze which I can always get behind, and one of my favourite places to demolish these is at the oh-so-Japanese cafe called A Happy Pancake in Ginza. Hidden on the 7th floor of an unimpressive side street building in Ginza, you won’t stumble upon this dessert experience unless you’re looking for it!
Chatuchak Market is the largest covered outdoor market in Thailand, and is a must-see if you’re visiting Bangkok. Here are some of my favourite stalls - and their locations in the market - to get you started in Chatuchak.