I love to travel, always have and always will. I find it’s something if you start it then you just can’t stop, it’s addictive.
Having my invisible illness has never stopped me from going anywhere I wanted to go in the world. I always made it happen if I really wanted it hard enough. Even when I had my daughter within the first 3 months me and my family went travelling over some of the most beautiful places in Scotland like Cuzlean Castle, Dumfries House, Perth and the Highlands.
Travelling is something I would truly recommend to anyone as it is:
- gives you freedom
- learning curve
Below are some of my favourite destination I have ever been to.
Why Would you not want to visit Scotland? Loch Katrine Loch Katrine is a beautiful area in the highlands of Scotland where you can take boat trips and have a lovely lunch. It is also where I got engaged and I am going on holiday after my wedding, so not sure why you… Continue reading Scotland
The city I’ll never forget Horse Guards Parade Horse Guards Parade is a lovely building in London that is the official entrance to St James’s and Buckingham Palace. The area is so large that it is used for the ceremonial parade ground in St James’s Park and is the scene of Trooping the… Continue reading London
All my favourite places in the city that never sleeps Time Square Time Square is so amazing to see both during the day and at night. All the bright lights, the busyness, the food, the shows and the street entertainment. To me it was just embracing that moment of actually being… Continue reading New York
The City of Art The City Barcelona is a gorgeous city with so much to see and do. There is lots of lovely shops and restaurants and the architecture is so incredible. There are so many beautiful builds designed by different architects like Gaudi and Jean Novel. I would definitely recommend getting… Continue reading Barcelona
This city that fought through it all Auschwitz Auschwitz camps were so upsetting to see. Our tour guide starting crying within the first 5 minutes then that was me off crying too. Seeing all the small rooms where the Jewish people slept, their toilets, all their clothes and the children clothes, especially… Continue reading Krakow