2 Days/48 hours in Istanbul: Where to eat, sleep and go

Travel Photography Tips

Turkey’s biggest city has got a lot going for it. Stunning architecture, friendly faces and more than enough to keep you going for a long weekend. Let me share my advice on how to spend 2 days in Istanbul. After a quick three and a half-hour hop over Europe from London, I arrived in Istanbul on[…]

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian: Purstner

Vienna is a meat lover’s paradise. After all, the city is known for the bratwurst (a giant sausage) and the Wiener schnitzel (a fried piece of hammered out veal). Now to me, they just don’t seem all that appetising. I honestly thought I would struggle uncovering where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian, but[…]

2016 Travel Highlights: My Year in Travel

Would Be Traveller 2016 travel highlights in review

2016 has been a pretty weird year. But, ignoring Trump, Brexit and far too many tragic celebrity deaths, it’s been a pretty incredible year for me when it comes to 2016 travel highlights. My blog turned 1, I ticked a few places off my bucket list and I racked up a whole 8 trips abroad with[…]

My trip to India through the medium of video

Travel video all about India

In October, I went on an epic tour of India’s Golden Triangle. Now you’ve read about it, it’s time to see what really happened… This travel video combines the highlights from my trip including visits to Delhi’s famous sights, our first view of the Taj Mahal and a very out of focus tiger in Ranthambore[…]

A cosy weekend in Berkhamsted

Weekend in a log cabin, Berkhamsted

When was the last time you had a holiday close to home? If you live in the UK, you’re blessed with little towns dotted about the place, all offering somewhere to go and something to see; just without the cost of flights or the need to change your currency. Hey, did that rhyme? Over the[…]

Ranthambore Travel Guide

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, India

Discover everything you need to know about seeing tigers in the wild in this Ranthambore travel guide. There are fewer than 4,000 tigers left in the wild. Over half of them live in India, and Ranthambore National Park is one of the best places to see them. With the Bengal tiger its national animal, India[…]

What makes a good travel buddy

How to find your travel buddy

I absolutely respect people who can travel alone; I’m just not one of them. Sure I’ve had a couple of trips where I’ve jumped on a plane with no one to hold my hand, but I’ve always met a tour group or some friends who have opened up their houses for me at the other[…]

How to avoid Delhi Belly

How to avoid Delhi Belly

Having just returned from a trip to India, the question I’ve been asked most isn’t “did you see a tiger?” or “what was the weather like?” No, it’s actually “did you get sick?!” Well dear readers, no I didn’t. In this post, I share my tips for avoiding Delhi Belly and what to do if[…]