Exploring the Beautiful St. Lucia

Taking in the island of Saint Lucia as part of a Caribbean multi-stop trip, I was blown away by the incredible lush greens of the hilly landscape and the mesmerising waters they dipped in to. Basing myself in the north of the island, the views were spectacular and the perfect white sand beaches heaven.

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The Ultimate U.S.A Bucketlist – Get off the Beaten Track

Ready for the trip of a lifetime? The good old U.S.A offers a lifetime of experiences just waiting to be discovered. Check out my handy infographic checklist of my favourite things to do in North America!

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My Favourite Spot in the Peak District – The Roaches

Perfectly placed among the Peak District National Park’s dramatic craggy heights is the Roaches. Home to the famous Winking Man formation and a former wallaby herd. This spot possess not only movie-worthy scenes, but also something that all great walks should have.

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A First-Timer’s Guide to TheatreCraft 2018

With workshops on everything from costume design to crafting an online presence, TheatreCraft 2018 was the biggest yet. Supplying some of the biggest name drops including Royal Shakespeare Company’s Lead Producer (insert fangirl shriek here) and Tony & Olivier-award-winner Christopher Oram, this year’s event was a year of firsts. Taking over mammoth spaces including the iconic Waldorf Hotel, the Adelphi, Lyceum and Novello theatres with everything newbies (and not-so-newbies) to the industry could possibly need. And the best part? It’s completely free! Read on for what I got up to during my day there.

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Top Things to Do on a London Weekender – Things to Make you Feel Oh-So-British

Drawing people from all over the world, London is jam-packed full of sights and sounds to explore. Taking a weekend trip there might make it seem like you couldn’t possibly fit it in so I’ve rounded up my very top things to do during your time in England’s capital city, all for under £50.

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Why Messy Scrapbooks are the Best

Starting out on my solo travels, one of the biggest things for me was keeping track of everywhere I had been and all of the amazing pictures and memories I had picked up along the way… enter scrapbooking stage left. But, starting out with notebook in-hand wasn’t so easy, as a self-confessed perfectionist my heart broke as I saw perfect pages laid siege to with a whirlwind of snatched minutes and splodged mementos. Once my initial illusions had been well and truly shattered however, I came to the conclusion that, you know what, this thing was turning into something pretty darn cool.

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Top Tips for Studying Abroad in the United States

Studying in North Carolina was one of the best experiences of my life and a real eye-opener for someone who had never flown alone before and had only ever experienced the Orlando version of America. From Frat parties to International dorms, I was thrown right in at the deep end with the most bizarre culture shock you can imagine. Here are some of the things I wish someone had told me before I set off.

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Top Tips for Solo Travellers -The Budget-Friendly Guide

Solo travel can be a minefield of extra charges and uncertain journeys but it can also be extremely rewarding with you walking away from it with a ton of new friends you are tied to for life. It can be difficult to know the best way to go if you are just starting out so I’ve pulled together my quick top tips for travelling alone (without pulling on those purse strings).

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