What To Expect When Visiting Lanzarote In January

Visiting Lanzarote in January wasn’t something I initially planned to do.You see, I was due to fly to Turkey, but I woke up just two days before I was set to depart, to the news that my flight was cancelled. With time booked off work I was determined not to let my vacation days go […]

The Year I Rediscovered Myself

As I sat in the plane on the tarmac at Fuerteventura airport, my pulse was racing. My left wrist was vibrating as the flower-like animation on my watch got larger and smaller, telling me to inhale and exhale as it did so. You see, I was supposed to be landing in Lanzarote, but due to […]

The Year I Lost My Words

“Take your breath away.” It’s a sentence we’ve heard often. One that’s usually linked to something positive. Like in fiction when the groom sees their partner coming down the aisle on their wedding day. Or in real life when I saw this breathtaking sunset in Thailand. But the moment I’m about to speak of was […]

Stoke Goldington Christmas Tree

On Sunday, I got up, slapped on some makeup and set off to Stoke Goldington Christmas Trees so fast, I forgot to eat. I know.Forgetting to eat?Who even am I? Luckily, Good Times Cafe’s Citroen HY Van was there and within five minutes of being at Stoke Goldington Christmas Tree farm, I had a Baileys […]

Day Trip to Gozo Island In Malta

Included in the package I bought for visiting the Blue Lagoon in Comino, was a day trip to Gozo, and if something’s included, it’d be rude not to take advantage of that, right? Right! So after spending the morning diving in and out of those glorious Comino blues, I dried off on deck, got changed […]

Exploring Comino’s Blue Lagoon Malta

It’s no secret that the Blue Lagoon in Malta is strikingly beautiful. I mean, look at it. Water so clear it looks as though it was photoshopped… In Europe! It’s pretty rare to find water that shade of blue, this side of the world, so it should come as no surprise that whilst I was […]

Mdina The Silent City of Malta

As I approached Rabat, I saw it from afar: Mdina The Silent City of Malta, sitting proudly atop the hill. Rooftops layered down to the walls and the roads which surrounded the fortified city. I had taken the bus to Mdina for a day of exploring, and getting off at Ir-Rabat the walls of the […]

Swimming At St. Peter’s Pool

After spending a rainy morning exploring Valletta, the weather in Malta decided to bless me with some of that Maltese sunshine—and with a whole afternoon free I knew exactly where I wanted to spend it: St. Peter’s Pool. Located near Marsaxlokk on the south-eastern side of Malta, St. Peter’s Pool is a horse-shoe shaped rock […]

What To Do In Valletta

What to do in Valletta, was the thought wandering through my mind as soon as I left the Sliema Roman Baths. You see, I had a day of Maltese explorations planned, but no real plan within it—just the way I like it. The only thing I did know is that my next stop was the […]

Sliema Roman Baths, Font Ghadir

Visiting the Sliema Roman Baths in Malta was something I did somewhat accidentally. You see, after a day of roaming around Saint Paul’s Bay and relaxing at the Pebbles Resort Malta I was recharged and ready to spend the day exploring the island. There were numerous places I wanted to visit whilst in Malta—and in […]

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