In 2015, I made the generic mistake of writing a list of ambiguous and unrealistic goals that, for many reasons, I did not complete or even begin. Life has a funny way of throwing obstacles in your pathway, forcing you to change your course and find an alternative route. At the top of my list was … Continue reading Lessons From 2015 & Goals For 2016
15. First in at number 15 we have the Grand Market Hall, a large indoor market located just a short distance from Liberty Bridge. The ground floor of the market is all about fresh fruit and veg, meats, spices and sweet treats. Fresh fruit and vegetables are in abundance, varying in price and type from stall to … Continue reading My Top 15 Things to See and Do in Budapest
Budapest is another Eastern European country that on the surface isn't Vegan or Vegetarian friendly. Traditional Hungarian cuisine consists of a starter of Goulash, a main of Goulash and a side of Goulash! To our delight however, middle eastern cuisine was on mass, on every street you could find not one, not two, but 3 … Continue reading Eating Vegan In Budapest
After nearly an hour of navigating our way around the backstreets of Budapest, we finally found the apartment building door where the Maxim Hostel was situated. We spotted a tiny sign that read 'Hostel Maxim' stuck to the keypad of the apartment's coding system and rang through. The hostel owner himself wasn't there at the … Continue reading Europe: Maxim Hostel & Absolut City Hostel Review
Unlike the journey from Zell Am See to Prague, this trip was a breath of fresh air. Our train departed at 09:42 and was destined to arrive 7 hours later at 16:35pm. We purchased e-tickets before embarking on our travels, setting us back by €42 (£30), a bargain when travelling across three countries. Unfortunately, after being … Continue reading Europe: Prague to Budapest by Train
Packing for two weeks away in Europe would in hindsight seem like an easy task. We have gone for a suitcase rather than a backpack, ignored the sensible footwear rule and haven't packed thermals. You could call it Glam-backpacking I suppose, as parts of our holiday revolves around heels and dresses, Mosh pits & being … Continue reading How To Pack for 2 Weeks in Europe: Glam-Backpacking Female Style!
Travelling is calling again and what better way to getting away from dreary England and jet off to mainland Europe. The weather will not be full of sunshine, hot temperatures or the need for sun cream, however a change of scenery and a chance to travel is an opportunity not to be turned down! This … Continue reading Packing for Europe: A trip to Salzburg, Prague & Budapest