The coronavirus pandemic has really put a spanner in the works for most people’s summer holiday plans. Tourism and travel are expecting record low visitors, especially for travel abroad. As a travel blogger, this does have me worried – already I’ve had three trips cancelled. But better safe than sorry! The UK government is now
Tag: Travel Tips
In light of the upcoming holidays, here are my tips on how to make efficient use of your time to ensure a smooth last-minute-packing-session. Keep Calm and Read On:
Holiday season is fast approaching, and with Brexit on the horizon, now might be the best time to pack your bags and book an impromptu long weekend. And what better place to visit than a small city with good beer, good chocolate and a good belfry? That’s right I’m talking about Bruges, Belgium.
I recently went to an Indian wedding abroad in the state of California, and having spent a week at the wedding itself, we wanted to make the most out of the Bay, so I’ve composed a Three-Day Itinerary for San Francisco!
Stereotypes Which I’ve Found To Be Totally True 1. Siestas. For about three hours every day, most shops are closed to enjoy lunch and an afternoon chit-chat session. The exceptions are the bigger, international brands like Primark and Zara, which tend to remain open, but are usually pretty quiet. In terms of banks and public