When it comes to choosing travel destinations, my family has fairly good taste. My parents, riding high on the joys of retirement, have recently ventured to the likes of Alaska as well as Japan and, along with both my older sisters, they have enthused highly about their trips to one of my all-time dream destinations … Continue reading Lisbon for two
“I’m certain of one thing – there will always be travel.” Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet guides*. When I book a new trip, the first thing I do is source a travel guide for my destination and by today’s screen-dependent standards you could say I’m a little old-fashioned – having a hard copy guide … Continue reading The Art of the Travel Guide
One of my favourite things to write about has to be the joy of the table for one, mainly because it encompasses both solo adventure and food - two topics I could happily discuss all day with any one that would listen! And having written a blog about this a few months ago, this week I’ve … Continue reading London’s best solo dining
I'm honoured to be featured on sheerluxe.com today with my practical advice for travelling solo. Check out the full article here http://sheerluxe.com/2016/09/29/art-travelling-solo Enjoy!