6 Ways An Airport Is Your Version Of Hell On Earth

Written from London Heathrow, Terminal 5. The warmer months are quickly approaching, as is your summer vacation. However, the two weeks of tropical cocktails and days of perpetual beach time are unfortunately book-ended by flights — and of course, airports. I actually love airports. I love the feeling of excitement that undoubtedly engulfs you as…

In Pictures: Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

I was just having a little sort out of the photos on my phone; is anyone else’s constantly telling them that they a) have not backed up for 3495 days, and b) are rapidly running out of storage space?! Grrrr… This task, which I had optimistically hoped to cross off my to-do list by lunchtime,…

Continuing Down Route 1

Thankful to be back on dry land, we headed back to our Chev (we thought we were super cool, in case you hadn’t gathered that), and continued on to Monterey. Side note: the others wouldn’t let me stop to purchase, or even photograph this, but en route, we saw a stall advertising 7 avocados for…

Californian Roadtrip

As Katy Perry once said, “you could travel the world, but nothing comes close to the Golden Coast.” I think she may have been onto something. I have to admit, California hadn’t even made it onto my Travel Bucketlist (and this is one long list, lemme tell you!). I’d kind of imagined being disappointed; so…

Is anybody there?

If any of you actually read this blog, you’re probably asking me the same question. I know, I am TERRIBLE at keeping up with this. However, I’ve decided this week to have my own mini ‘new year’ of sorts, complete with some resolutions: Quit dating apps; it’s actually quite depressing to tot up the amount…

Hidden Gems (Emeralds, to be exact)

The hustle and bustle of Singapore can get tiring. Wherever you go, there are swarms of people surrounding you. And, whilst I do love the city, it sometimes lacks the sense of tradition and charm which is present in some of its Asian neighbours. Recently, someone commented to me that, “Singapore isn’t real Asia.” Whilst I found…

Nature’s Light Show

I know, I know, I have promised you a Part II of my bar crawl around Singapore: it’s coming, I promise! As usual I’ve spent most of my time either in the air, exploring, or recovering from jet lag (& hangovers)…squeeze in trying to catch up with friends and, you know, showering, and I just haven’t got…

Sipping my way around Singapore

I have to say, this being my first trip to Singapore, I am quite guilty of having spent my week falling into tourist tap after tourist trap, with the goal of ticking a few things off my bucket list, whilst trying to capture the perfect insta…#singapore. One of my favourite things about this city was the…

Oh Muay, Thai!

Recently, I had a two night layover in Bangkok, Thailand. Two nights in a country with a 13 hour flight either side of it may not seem like a particularly long time, but for Cabin Crew, this feels like a fortnight away! I must admit, after a very busy, very eventful flight over, I slept much of…

Peace in Pissouri Bay

I’ve been a little quiet on here since I first started blogging – I seem to be constantly busy or away, and, on top of work trips, I managed to steal a cheeky week off work and head for some rest and relaxation myself! My family and I have been visiting Kalkan, a small fishing…

Wild Wanderings

This week, I was lucky enough to have a layover in Johannesburg, South Africa. It’s currently winter time in South Africa, so, while the weather was still a damn sight better than the ‘summer’ months back in the UK, it was slightly too chilly to lounge by the swimming pool. With the possibility of topping…