Archive | March, 2011

Photo of the Week – Alone in Fort William

I’m spending a bit of time exploring my own country just now, and have took a short trip up to the Scottish Highlands while I am home. I was having lunch here alone in Fort William yesterday, and couldn’t help but marvel at the amazing scenic background. I could sit here for days…

Beating a new path through Marbella, Spain

Today’s post was written by Louis Jobin. Bio: Louis is an undergraduate studying English and Japanese Studies. His passions are European literature, Asian cuisine and Scandinavian music. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]

The benefits of being a travel blogger

Lately I’ve been experiencing the many benefits of being a travel blogger, and I must admit, I’m enjoying it! People go on too much about how hard it is to become a successful travel blogger, and it certainly is by no means easy, but sometimes I think it’s good to remind yourself of the huge […]

14th Festival of Spanish Cinema, Malaga

Today’s post was written by Neva Marte. What comes to your mind when talking about the Andalusian coast and one of its most renowned cities, Malaga? Let me guess ….Sandy beaches and lazy afternoons laying in the sun sipping on your favourite drink? Or maybe exquisite tapas and fiestas all night?  This lively Spanish city, […]

Massive Adventures in the Massif du Mont Blanc, Chamonix

Today’s post was written by Anna Ridley. Anna is a freelance travel writer who enjoys spending time at the beach. Her passions include listening and dancing to funky jazz and spanish music, reading and travelling. If I had known ten years ago that I would be attempting to learn to snowboard at the grand old […]

Photo of the Week – Brussels Town Hall

Sitges Carnival: who do you want to be?

Today’s post was written by Maria Climent. Maria is a 26-year-old Catalan lady. After studying translation, she decided her life was odd enough to became a humor scriptwriter and by default, a blogger. This is how she’s now a mother of no one and a better person. She also cooks her meals. How long have […]

First Impressions of Dublin

Dublin was always a place I’d felt like I’d been before, even though I only made my first visit to the city a few weeks ago. I know so many people, and have so many friends, who either come from Dublin, live in Dublin, or who have visited the city frequently. So when I finally rocked […]

Diving off the deep end in Malta

Today’s post was written by Isabella Rose. The idea of floating around the underwater world like an ethereal mermaid had always seemed appealing to me. However being more of a dip-your-toe kind of girl (the water’s edge had always been kind to me), I had never taken the plunge before. Fearful of the unknown depths […]