After working hard at an English Summer Camp in Valencia, I needed a well deserved beach holiday, so I decided to visit two gorgeous beach towns in Andalucia. I used Alsa buses to get around, which are amazing in Spain, so cheap and they literally go everywhere. Nerja - How to get there & what … Continue reading Nerja & Cadiz
One of my besties and I decided to do a mini road trip for a week during our Easter holidays from Madrid to Cordoba to Sevilla to Malaga to Granada and back to Madrid. Spring is the perfect time to visit this area of Spain, before it gets too hot but still warm enough to … Continue reading Semana Santa (Easter) in Andalucia
My original plan was to travel to Turkey with Topdeck in August, but due to terrorist attacks in early July, all trips through Istanbul and Ankara were cancelled. I can't lie, I was really upset, as I was looking forward to this trip so much. Topdeck were kind enough to offer us a few other … Continue reading Exploring the Balkans
Ultra Music Festival I traveled to Split, Croatia in July 2016 for this festival, and then to do Sail Croatia. I flew into Split airport on the day of the festival and I stayed in Omis, at the Ultra campground, which is just out of Split. This ended up being so ideal for us, as … Continue reading Croatia
I recently celebrated my one year anniversary of living in Madrid with a picnic in in Retiro Park with my group of girls, which prompted me to write about my favourite things to do in Madrid. It's so funny when I'm just walking around seeing all of the touristic things and attractions and it all … Continue reading My favourite things to do in Madrid
After a huge case of writer's block and neglecting this blog, I am back! In case you care/haven't seen my copious amount of photos of social media or had the pleasure of seeing my snapchat stories of flashing lights in clubs, here's what I did this summer. I finished school at the end of June … Continue reading What have I been up to this summer?
This was actually supposed to be written at the six month mark, but I got a bit lazy/having too much fun. I thought I would reflect on what I've learnt/experiences I've had since moving out of home. 1. Madrid is a relatively cheap place to live so I really can't complain, but when everything is … Continue reading Things I’ve learnt after moving out of home/abroad