(Mostly) Free Things To Do In Perth

If you want almost permanent good weather, white beaches with turquoise surf, a cosmopolitan city and plenty of activities to keep you occupied then look no further than Perth (except it's quite far away from anything). I spent two weeks here and fell in love with it, it's well worth that flight across Australia! Explore... Continue Reading →

Baths and bars in Budapest

The second part of my European adventure with From Europe and Beyond took part in the huge city of Budapest. It was much bigger and busier than I expected, so my carefully planned walking tour turned into a marathon, but there are some amazing things to see. We stayed at the Red Fox Hostel, which... Continue Reading →

Czech us out in Prague

So I'm pretty sure Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I spent a few days here with Lizzie, the gorgeous girl behind From Europe and Beyond, after a 3 year period without seeing each other. It was the best reunion we could have had. After a snuggly hello and a rushed... Continue Reading →

A chilled city break in Granada

This gorgeous colonial city has some lovely sights to see in and around it, but the best part about is just strolling through the colourful streets, stumbling upon old churches and finding cute little cafes to eat at. Granada Parque Central is, as always, the place to be. It's a bustling park full of little... Continue Reading →

Chilling out in Cancún and Isla Mujeres

Mexico is probably up there in my Top 5 favourite countries in the world, especially the Yucatán Peninsular. Beautiful beaches, ancient temples, incredible diving and delicious food, all suitable for any budget. The locals were friendly, helpful and found our poor understanding of Spanish hilarious. Cancún This will probably be your first stop. Most people... Continue Reading →

Explorez Montréal et Québec

Québec is a predominantly French-speaking province in eastern Canada and the only one to use French as its official language. Most people use French as their first language and English (with an accent) as their second, and most signs are in French before English. Walking through the oldest parts of the cities feels like you... Continue Reading →

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