An apartment in Oxford with @Roomorama

By | April 10th, 2012|England, Travel|

Sometimes even the best laid plans do not come to fruition.  Literally 5 minutes walk from my girlfriends house are not one, but 2 coach services that would take us all the way to oxford and back within a day for roughly £20 each.  That’s not half bad and for ages we’ve been saying ‘one [...]

Top 5 items you’ll need to survive a British Festival.

By | March 19th, 2012|Top 5's, Travel tips|

Festival season is just around the corner, simely face.  Tickets are slowly going on sale to eager punters and dirty ticket touts (I hate you touts), both of whom are crashing endless websites with their demand.  Have you got your tickets?  Did you make sure you got them from an official supplier? ... good, you did.  We dont you [...]

Alternative accommodation in London (2012 Olympics)

By | March 7th, 2012|Travel tips|

Did you get tickets?  I didn’t (sad face).  London’s a pretty busy place, but in a couple of months it’s going to got a whole lot busier, encase you hadn’t heard, we’re hosting the Olympics.   It’s kind of a big deal. The main Olympic site in east London is well under construction, the tube (underground) [...]

Grenada Pt4 – Chocolate, Rum, Waterfalls and why I shouldnt get married

By | March 5th, 2012|Grenada|

So, back to Grenada, out little mini break to Lance Aux Epines and Carriacou was at an end, but we still had loads to look forward to!  ... its just a shame we bought the rain back with us.  People we met were saying it was the worst they'd seen all season.  Fran-freekin-tastic. Anyway here's a map of [...]

Grenada Pt3 – Valentines in Carriacou

By | March 1st, 2012|Grenada|

After just two nights in Lance Aux Epines we were sadly moving on.  I could have stayed at the Cassa Bella much longer, but there was more of Grenada to see.  Now when I say more of the country, I don’t necessarily mean the same island.  The country of Grenada as the world knows it [...]

Photo Essay: 4 weeks of InterRailing around Europe

By | February 24th, 2012|Austria, Czech Rep, Germany, Hungary, Photographic Inspiration|

In the spring of 2010, whilst I was still 25 (just), I used up a great chunk of my annual leave from work to go inter-railing around parts of Europe. Annual leave well taken! The significance of being 25 at the time was that my age meant I was still eligable for a youth ticket, [...]

My ABC of travels

By | February 16th, 2012|Random/Funnies, Travel|

Having been tagged by Jerrick over at , its now my turn to take up my ABCs of travel. Here goes. Here goes my ABCs of Travel: A: Age you went on your first international trip 3 I think, the rents took me and my 5 year old sister to Ibiza. As you can [...]

An interview with Tom from @activebackpackr

By | February 6th, 2012|Blogger Interviews|

 Tom is from Australia.  He likes beer and cheese, i like him.  Now read his interview ... do it! HI, AND WHO MIGHT YOU BE? 1.Name?  Tom Summerfield 2. Age?  24 3. Twitter Handle?  @activebackpackr 4.  URL? 5.  Home Town?  Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia 6.  Current Location?  Rotterdam, The Netherlands 7.  Business or Pleasure?   Definitely [...]

The Dr Who Experience

By | February 1st, 2012|What to do in London|

I'm a bit of a geek, but a proud one at that.  I like transformers and have kept all my old toys and vhs, I still have my old thundercats duvet cover, and I wear glasses, like to read comics, know about computers and generally act a little awkward around other human beings.  My girlfriend [...]

How to behave on the London Underground.

By | January 23rd, 2012|Random/Funnies|

As fares rise AGAIN in 2012, the London underground is obviously the place to be. The most luxurious and time efficient transport system in the world will have you whizzing around England’s capital city of London in no time at all, and all for just a teeny tiny fortune ... per day. It’s a place [...]