Christmas Gift Guide for Travel Lovers 2020

The festive season has officially begun! I know that may seem a little early for some of you. However, after the recent lockdown 2.0 that has been imposed in England, November is cancelled, and Christmas has started in my household. Whether you think that it’s too soon to be decorating or not, it’s certainly timeContinue reading “Christmas Gift Guide for Travel Lovers 2020”

A Weekend In Naples: Vesuvio & Pompeii

Welcome to part 2. I have previously spoken about my experience of travelling during COVID-19 and last time, wrote about my first impressions and experience of Naples in part 1. On day 2, I headed out for a jam-packed day of walking, hiking and little did I realise at the time – burning and notContinue reading “A Weekend In Naples: Vesuvio & Pompeii”

A Weekend In Naples: First Impressions

During lockdown, I felt suffocated after being stuck in my house for months on end, no different than I know the majority of us were feeling. So out of hitting desperation in June, I took the risk and booked a flight and Airbnb in Naples for the beginning of September. This was whilst we stillContinue reading “A Weekend In Naples: First Impressions”

Your Guide To Packing Light

I used to be the girl paying the extra money to check in her massive suitcase full of 2 weeks worth of clothes, with multiple pairs of shoes for a 7 day holiday. The way I used to pack is very different from how I prepare for a trip now. I think the back andContinue reading “Your Guide To Packing Light”

Bath: You can’t buy happiness but you can buy booze

Last week I published A Delicious Guide to Bath that was full plenty of options for you all to sink your teeth into. However, this wouldn’t be very “Sophie” of me, if I didn’t include a piece about the best places to have a drink in Bath. Although originally from Sussex, I have been inContinue reading “Bath: You can’t buy happiness but you can buy booze”

Another Day, Another Case of Coronavirus Disruption

As some of you may know, I was originally meant to be visiting Paris in April. This was then rebooked to the beginning of October due to the ‘rona virus (shock). So, the plan was to go on 7th October for a week and I had been so excited. However, today when I was confirmingContinue reading “Another Day, Another Case of Coronavirus Disruption”

10 Things You Can’t Miss When Visiting Lago di Como

The outstanding scenery surrounding Lake Como consists of miles and miles of mountains and Victorian Villas. There is so much to explore around the lake among the towns and villages. From botanical gardens, gorgeous waters and historic cathedrals, you won’t be short of things to do while you are there.