Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Traveller Tuesday with Sophie from Sophie's Suitcase

Each Tuesday from now on I'll be hosting interviews with other travel bloggers, to help you discover more blogs and even more inspiration to travel. If you want to be part of this series please contact me.

1. For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself and your blog

My names Sophie, I’m 22 and based in the UK. My blog Sophie’s Suitcase is a travel and lifestyle blog with a focused interested in culture, food and experiencing the world. From planning my next trip abroad to forging new relationships with companies across the globe, I am always working on a new project or offering advice to share with my readers. When I’m not attached to her laptop I enjoys long hikes in the countryside, reading travel magazines, cooking pasta carbonara and drinking wine. Possibly all at the same time. It’s a good read for anyone who’s interested in backpacking, travel and wanting to realise their travel dreams!




Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Traveller Tuesday with Alexa from She Tells Travel Tales

Each Tuesday from now on I'll be hosting interviews with other travel bloggers, to help you discover more blogs and even more inspiration to travel. If you want to be part of this series please contact me.

For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself and your blog

Hey everyone! I’m Alexa, adrenaline junkie, wild child and travel blogger at shetellstraveltales.com. I’ve been traveling for (almost!) a year and am currently based out of Chiang Mai, Thailand. I spend my days writing in cafes, going on adventures and hunting for the best bubble tea in town.




Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Traveller Tuesday with Alyssa from My Life's a Movie

Each Tuesday from now on I'll be hosting interviews with other travel bloggers, to help you discover more blogs and even more inspiration to travel. If you want to be part of this series please contact me.

1. For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself and your blog

Hi World! I'm Alyssa Ramos from MyLifesAMovie.com, a fun and quirky travel and lifestyle blog that gives a different spin on your typical travel tips and stories!



Friday, 12 June 2015

Meet Mavis!

Waaaay back in November I told y'all that I passed my driving test. My aim being to pass it before I moved to the Arctic, and then giving me 4 months to buy the dream camper van and move to the continent with the dog working and driving around. As y'all all also already know I didn't quite manage that dream because I met a boy, and life has a funny way of throwing those sorts of things at you. When your plans get messed up it's because God's got something better for you, right? Sean's definitely better, haha, I need to stop getting soppy on the blog in case he reads it. I also mentioned, after mentioning all the above that I would probably be in the market for buying a car....

Georgia, my faithful 50cc Yamaha XF50 scooter, who is for sale (interested? contact me)


Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Traveller Tuesday with Barb of Timeshare Traveling

Each Tuesday from now on I'll be hosting interviews with other travel bloggers, to help you discover more blogs and even more inspiration to travel. If you want to be part of this series please contact me.

1. For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself and your blog


Hi, I’m Barb and my blog is TimeshareTraveling.com. Although 95% travel and very little about timeshares, the name really goes to the style of travelling that my husband and I love. I will NOT try to sell you a timeshare, so remove your finger from that back button right now! I am a baby boomer who has loved to travel since childhood, and some say that love has become an obsession. I created this blog to share my travels and photos in hopes of inspiring others to travel, with the tagline “Live vicariously through my travels, while you’re in-between yours.”


Although we will still never even get close to travelling as much as a lot of bloggers out there, my husband and I are nearing that golden age when we plan to see as much as we can while we’re able. We like the comforts of home and prefer our timeshare, bed and breakfasts, hotels or cabins rather than tent camping and living off the land for months at a time. I admire people who can do that, but that’s just not me. Some may find us boring, but others may think we’re just right.




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