San Francisco is loved for its cable cars, hilly streets, and the breathtaking Golden Gate Bridge! As a solo traveller and seasoned flight attendant, I’ve had the privilege of exploring this vibrant city from the bay to the bridges multiple times. I’m here to share my personal guide to the must-see destinations and San Francisco landmarks that will make your solo trip unforgettable.
LA boasts a vegan scene with a range of mouthwatering and satisfying plant-based dining options that are sure to leave you feeling happy and content. Whether you’re a vegan or simply curious about exploring the vegan culture this guide will take you on an exciting journey through Los Angeles’ top-notch vegan restaurants
Are you planning on visiting Disneyland on New Years Eve? What could be better than spending New Year at the happiest place on earth? Check out my guide to maximising your new years eve celebrations at Disneyland!
California. The Golden State. Arguably one of the best places on earth. The options and dreamy destinations are endless in California, from San Francisco to Yosemite to Hollywood and Palm Springs, California has a something for EVERYONE! Here is my list of places to visit in California that should be on everyone’s bucket list…
There is absolutely nothing wrong with braving it alone and experiencing Disneyland in a whole new way – take a look at my top tips for the solo Disney adventure of a lifetime!
Have you dreamt of visiting California your whole life? I don’t blame you! Have you finally got the time and funds to visit? Excellent! One tiny problem, you’re lacking a travel buddy to come with you? No worries, here is my guide to solo travel in California!
Winter is an absolutely wonderful time to visit New York City, on a couple of occasions I’ve visited, I’ve been lucky enough to experience snow in the Big Apple, it truly is magical! So therefore, here is my suggested packing list for New York in Winter, or a very wintery spring.
On one of my many trips to the USA, I visited one of my favourite cities again, New York. While I was there, I went on a hunt to find the best cheesecake in NYC and wow, it did not disappoint.
The chances are that if you’ve been travelling, somewhere along the line you’ve made friends with someone. It’s also likely that that person lives thousands of miles away from you on the opposite side of the world. I’ve managed to acquire a few long distance friendships over the years and here are a few of my tips for long distance friendships to survive the miles.
So you have 12 hours in London, what do you do?
I might be biased but London has to be one of my all time favourite cities and even though there is loads to see, here are my fave places if you only have a day in London.