An Introvert At Heart

Sometimes I forget to talk when I’m around people and it isn’t until I start getting the sideway glances to check if I’m still conscious that I notice. I’m an introvert at heart, I like to be quiet and take in my surroundings. I mean no offence. I think this is why I sometimes forget…

6 Unusual Museums in Berlin

Berlin is a fantastic city, dripping in history and culture. The city has had many drastic and distinct transformations, from its roots in the early 13th century to the present day. For a fascinating sample of the city’s culture, below are my favourite museums that are a must-see if you are in Berlin.   me…

7 Favourite Hangouts In Bristol

While travelling, I met a lot of people who had heard of my hometown, Bristol. I was pleasantly surprised, because I had never thought Bristol was the typical city to be on a traveller’s wishlist. However, in total contrast, I have listened to someone argue that the UK was London. They could not be more…

My Miami Silver Lining

My last week in South America was spent on a plane. On several planes for that matter. I flew from Cusco to Lima, but before I could get on the plane, I was pulled aside to be randomly searched. I watched, almost in pain, as the officer pulled everything out of my backpack, including my…

That Time I Was Beaten By A Three-Legged Dog

The time had finally come to accept my fate. I was in Peru and had to visit the world renowned Machu Picchu site. However, since I’m not your typical hiking gal, I didn’t book the classic Inca Trail, but the Jungle Trek tour, through Inkas Chacana Tour Agency, and I loved the experience. Picked up…

5 Favourite Cafés Around The World

Travel is the perfect way for me to feed my addiction to all things caffeine related. I’ve picked five cafés that have stood out for me on my globetrotting adventures and I recommend that you visit them all.   Café Valentin Sanderstraße 13, Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany Best described as a shabby-chic living room, this café…

From Ruins to Perverts: North and South Peru

We fling our behinds onto the rickety seats of a local bus, as we make our way to the Chan Chan ruins, once home to the Chimor Empire, before they were taken under the most caring wing of the Inca Empire. It wasn’t long before we reached our destination. Getting off, intense heat immediately slaps…