How to Find the Perfect Holiday Package
Lifestyle , Travel / 21st January 2018

Holidays are the thing I look forward to every year. Whether I’m going abroad to an exotic beach, exploring a city, or just getting to know my homeland better, it’s so exciting to get away from work and responsibilities and just relax and enjoy myself. As I don’t get too many holiday days with work, it’s so important that I get the right holiday package and that it is going to be one that I enjoy and that isn’t going to break the bank. As I’ve been travelling my whole life and panning my own trips since I was 16, I like to think I’ve got how to find the perfect holiday package down to a T. Decide What Type of Holiday You Want In my experience, there are four main types of holiday: relax, explore, adventure and chill. When deciding what type of holiday you want, you have to think about several things like who it is you’re going with, what you plan on doing while you’re there and how far you’re willing to go. Relaxing holidays are the ones where you’re either on your own or with a partner and you just want to sit on a beach…

Why I Will Always Choose Air BnB Over Hotels
Lifestyle , Travel / 4th February 2017

It’s no secret that travelling is becoming more and more expensive for services and accommodation that are sub-par. In the past few years, I’ve been charged ridiculous amounts of money for low-rated and low-ranked hotels that have just been an overall disappointment. Air BnB isn’t a new phenomenon, in fact the company has been a thing since 2008 and has grown an incredible amount over the decade it’s been in operation. The idea was founded when two guys just wanted to make a few extra bucks because they couldn’t afford their rents, they put an air bed in their living room and the rest is history. The premise is simple – flat/home owners rent out their properties to travellers when they’re not living there. You book it online, pick up the keys and their home is your home for however long you’ve agreed to. I love Air BnB because it’s just works out so much cheaper than hotels where you’re paying over the odds for room cleaning, restaurant service (even if you don’t use the restaurant!), recepetion staff and basically everything that keeps a hotel running. Air BnB eliminates all these costs because it’s just someone’s home that you are…

Travelling in Europe – The Best Bits
Lifestyle , Travel / 21st January 2017

As a native European, I have a lot of love for the diverse and colourful continent. Brexit aside, the countries that we share this bond with are beautiful and easily accessible (for now). I’m lucky enough to have travelled a fair bit in Europe throughout the years. The close proximity means that I’m never really too far from discovering a whole new culture. Some trips can take less than an hour and have been some of my favourite trips to date. Check out some highlight of what to do and where to go in Europe to make the most out of the continent. The Best for Nightlife Europe is the mecca for wild nights out, cheap booze and incredible live music. From clubs to bars to gigs, there is no end to amazing places to party in Europe. Berlin was a personal favourite of mine as it was so different to the nightlife culture in the UK. They’re big on massive clubs and exclusive atmospheres and it’s sometimes really hard to get into the place that you really want to go. However, when you do manage to get through the elusive doors it’s a really theatrical night out. Big laser…