Chiang Mai on a budget: What to eat, do and see

Every time someone talks about their time in Thailand, Chiang Mai is (almost) always a firm favourite. Located in the north of the country, its bustling yet laid back vibes are enough to make any traveller feel welcome and despite being a relatively big city, it's definitely not an overwhelming one. It is also super … Continue reading Chiang Mai on a budget: What to eat, do and see

“What do you mean you don’t dive?”: Doing other things in Koh Tao, Thailand

The islands are almost always a firm favourite with travellers. Sun, sea, sand and fresh air was everything we wanted after a crazy, muggy few days in Bangkok so it was really an easy decision as to where we would head to next. Another 15 hours of travel? Why the fuck not? Koh Tao is … Continue reading “What do you mean you don’t dive?”: Doing other things in Koh Tao, Thailand

A feast for your senses: Broadgate’s ‘Sense of Space’ Exhibition

"This spring, activate your senses and rescue your mind." The tag line for Broadgate's newest exciting pop up in the heart of the city almost says it all. Tucked behind busy Liverpool Street station, Exchange Square is the home of the brand new immersive art exhibition, "Sense of Space". hosted by Broadgate, one of the … Continue reading A feast for your senses: Broadgate’s ‘Sense of Space’ Exhibition

Young and Lonely: Gail Honeyman’s ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’

A little late I know, I'm sorry - but I'm back with March's Read of the month! When deciding specifically what to include for this month, I knew it had to be Gail Honeyman's Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine. While March was a big one for women (with International Womens' Day and Mothers' Day), I didn't … Continue reading Young and Lonely: Gail Honeyman’s ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’