Reykjavik 2014

In August 2014 me and my friend Matt and Pete ventured to Iceland for 3 nights. It was a short trip, inspired by other plans being cancelled and the ease in which it is to get there (seriously it’s really cheap from Bristol!). Despite the short length it was very inspiring and I now rate Iceland very highly! We got an early flight, and after a coach from the airport… Read moreReykjavik 2014

Vienna and Bratislava – May 2014

So following our escapades in Berlin in 2013 across my birthday, me and my buddy Matt set off to Austria and Slovakia to see what would happen this time round. Vienna is steeped in culture, it is the home of many museums and gallery’s and the legacy of the Hapsburg empire lives on in grand form. We arrived late on a Monday, and in standard form spent the evening finding… Read moreVienna and Bratislava – May 2014

Copenhagen and (briefly) Malmö 2014

I love museums so a solo travel trip to Copenhagen meant I could take my time to explore places like Rosenborg Castle

In March 2014 I headed over to Copenhagen, Denmark for 5 nights. One of the advantages of living in Europe near an airport (Bristol) is that it’s easy to fly somewhere for a brief trip at short notice, so I decided to use the few days off I had from work to visit the city, booking only 3-4 weeks in advance. Not exactly ‘last minute’ but still less planned than… Read moreCopenhagen and (briefly) Malmö 2014

Athens 2013

Continuing the tales of past travels, this post is about my trip in August/September 2013 to the wonderful city of Athens, Greece. I spent a week there, which was considered a long time by many others I met as people are so keen to visit the islands or are stopping by on a round Europe trip, but with the city’s amazing history I really wanted to take the time to… Read moreAthens 2013