If you missed the gap year travels at uni like I did, let me tell you multi city breaks are the way to go. A wonderful adventure packed into just over a week and with luxury hotels rather than hostels. Budapest is somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for a while so where better to start off our Eastern European Adventure.
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A few weeks ago we took another little trip north out of the city. This time for the Man’s birthday. Just outside of Lochgilphead you find the Kirnan Estate with three self catering cottages and a new log cabin.
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Hangovers; every time I say I’ll never drink that much again, we all know that’s a lie. When you’re staying in St Andrews the whole nightmare is made easier with the stunning view you wake up to and the option of a wander along the beach.
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No 30 of the 35 at 35 list continued last weekend with a little trip to the Highlands. A long weekend in a log cabin hidden the woods was the perfect setting to relax. Add in the The Man found one with 4G signal and that rain mostly stayed off it was bliss.
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The lack of a summer holiday was really starting to have an effect. I was craving some proper sun and a change of scenery. London was the answer. Continue reading “London Calling”
Catching a cheap flight offer is not as easy as it used to be. Last month amongst the EU debate, let’s not mention the result, a little offer from Ryanair dropped into my inbox. Promoting the EU but offering £10 flights to European cities. Queue a little day trip to Dublin with my mum and sister.
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After my awesome party last year we decided on a little getaway for my birthday/new year this year. After much online searching I found the Bridge of Orchy Hotel. A lovely little 4 star hotel, close enough to the central belt we didn’t have to travel for hours but far enough away to take us to the middle of nowhere. They are also extremely dog friendly so little Seb was welcome. Continue reading “For Auld Lang Syne”