2018 is a pretty amazing year for me so far as travelling goes. In April, I was in Edinburgh for a few days. In August I’m off to Barcelona for a couple of days with my family and September is going to mean me going to Dubai for a week with Zara. I’m so so excited for all of it and I’m incredibly lucky to be able to travel as much as I can this year! However, travelling comes along with having to pack and make sure I have everything that I need. Especially when it comes to long haul flights because I need to try and keep myself entertained for a good couple of hours. So, I thought I would share with you guys what my travel essentials are. View Full Post
Hey, guys! I’m back to with the last two days of my Edinburgh adventures! If you haven’t seen the first part of my trip, you can check that out here.
Day two was probably my favourite day of this short break. Mainly because we went to the National Museum of Scotland. I’ve been so so excited to visit this place. I have read about all of the different section online (because I just can’t help myself) and it looked absolutely amazing. View Full Post
I have been so excited to write this post since I got back from Edinburgh. Zara and I spent three days away in Edinburgh from the 9th of April until the 11th and it was such an amazing trip! I’ve never been to Scotland before, let alone Edinburgh and I had heard so many amazing things about the city. After scrolling through tags on Instagram, I had already fallen in love with the city before going there. Nothing would have prepared me for the actual city though.
So, our trip started on a Monday morning at ten to four. And I was not a happy bunny. Our flight was leaving at seven but we were leaving at half four to get to the airport at half five. I was so excited on the way there though that I wasn’t really feeling that tired. The only issue that we had is that hotel check in wasn’t until three in the afternoon and we arrived at the hotel before nine.
On our third night and last night at Disneyland Paris, Zara and I decided to to make a reservation at the Yacht Club situated in Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel. We made a booking for eight o’clock and got the shuttle from the park into the hotel.
As soon as we walked into the Yacht Club, the atmosphere was quite calm. Even though there were families with young kids there, it wasn’t as though they were running around or screaming. That put me in a really good mood for the rest of the evening. After a full day in the park, I didn’t really want to deal with kids screaming and crying at that very moment. We got given a table that was right next to their ceiling to floor windows which looked out at the body of water in the hotel grounds. It was such a gorgeous view to overlook whilst eating.
Hey, guys. I’ve got two things for you in today’s post! I recently posted a vlog on my Disney haul which I would love for you guys to take a look at! I got a range of things from Disney and I really wanted to be able to share them with you guys. So, the video is just below for you guys to see. View Full Post