This summer, I spent a fortnight in Paphos, Cyprus in the vibrant Aliathon Aegean holiday village. This hotel was not only perfect for me, and the relaxing, sunny holiday that I sought, but supposedly the wedding hotspot of 2019. I was pleasantly surprised to have stumbled upon five wedding parties during my stay. I had no idea that Cypriot weddings
Every person, every community, every country and every organisation has a Carbon Footprint; whilst it’s large counties and organisations who are responsible for a large majority of issues surrounding pollution and global warming, it’s important that we all play our part to impact the world positively- no matter how small our actions are.
I haven’t yet discussed my trip to Cape Verde (or Cabo Verde, whichever you prefer) in detail, but only because half of my pictures from the trip are of me on the beach, in a spa or lounging beside a pool; it was hands down the most relaxing holiday I’ve ever been on. The small, Portuguese speaking collection of islands
I was introduced to The Galley, a contemporary restaurant and bar in Upper Street, Islington by a friend, and it’s safe to say that the food and environment was spectacular. Not only was the food amazing, but so was the service and atmosphere of the restaurant. The restaurant itself was quite misleading as I wasn’t left too exited by the
It’s no secret that Greece is one of my favourite holiday destinations. What isn’t there to love? It’s the landscape, nature and food that always draws me back to the mainland and small islands- and visiting Corfu only reaffirmed my love for the warm, picturesque land. I began my trip with a cruise around the Greek isles and a short