Ireland has always seemed like it’s an integral part of the nation in which I live and, probably for that very reason, I have never visited. It’s as though it’s simply too close. Deciding suddenly that this was actually, quite frankly, ridiculous, I got on a plane. The flight takes all of about ten minutes … Continue reading Dublin – A City of Storytelling
When arriving at the airport, bag packed and ready to embark on my first official solo adventure, I also arrived at the most intense feeling I’ve had in quite some time. I could not have been more genuinely happy to be in my own company. What a realisation. For the record, Manchester airport of a … Continue reading Nuremberg – A Historical Rebirth
This trip marks the first official travel entry onto this blog and, although not technically a solo trip (as my two wonderful sisters were with me), such an incredible city deserves to be talked about. Upon arrival (a fantastically simple transition onto the U-Bahn directly from the airport into the centre of the city) it … Continue reading Berlin – A Whistle Stop.
Recently I purchased the book you can see above. Long-time, avid fan of Lonely Planet in general with a less than secret desire to be one of their travel writers. Just imagine that as a life. Parties and gatherings would suddenly be much more interesting. “What do you do? I’m an exec at blah corporate … Continue reading I bought a book…
This might just be the start of something. Not saying it’ll be big, just that it will most certainly be something. I’m going places. Literally. It’s a travel blog after all… Image below courtesy of a very obliging wall in Glasgow.