BVI Cruising

BVI aka the British Virgin Islands. Now I’m all about hopping on a boat and cruising around to my hearts content but I could’ve done with being directed to the free wifi because I really felt like I had been plonked in a technology blackhole. Well, I’m kidding. You don’t need to be using wifi…

The Wave Of Luxury

A hotel shaped like a wave? How does that not already grab your attention when you’re looking through the travel brochures for your next vacation. Well this building has significant factors that make it such an amazing stay. The Jumeriah Beach Hotel is no new complex in fact its been there for 20 years. 1997……

Searching For Afternoon Tea. 

Those of you who love a good afternoon tea might share in my issue with finding the best place to go for it. There are so many offers to be seen from signs on the street to emails from groupon. But how do we know we are getting value for money? How do we know…

A Night In the Burj 

Recently on a trip to Dubai I found myself having a night of pure luxury staying in the world’s most luxurious hotel, the Burj Al Arab. The building boasts 202 Suites and 9 world class bars and restaurants across 28 double-story floors. It also comprises of a spa, five swimming pools, gym and kids club….

Flying With The World’s Best Airline

Im currently sitting onboard the Emirates Boeing 777-300ER. This particular aircraft for my flight from Glasgow to Dubai today is only three years old, so very young in the fleet. Emirates is this year Skytrax’s Best Airline Of The year (2016). Let me start with check-in. Emirates staff were very polite and wearing a smile…

Packing Your Cabin Bag

For my packing isn’t actually that stressful, I’m quite an organised person and so packing is really when I come into my element. But your Cabin bag in my opinion is the most important to pack properly. Remember this is the bag that’s going to be with you your entire journey so it needs to…

Loyal To The Langham

Nestled in the very heart of London is the very luxurious Langham Hotel. The building itself boasts beautiful Victoria architecture; opened in 1865 and built for the cost then of three hundred thousand pounds, it was the biggest hotel in the city. After the second world war it was occupied by the BBC who bought…

Majorca By Day

Recently before Andy Murray, I took a trip to Majorca. For those of you who don’t know Majorca is a Spanish Island. It’s actually one of three islands collectively known as the Balearic Islands. The flight time from London Gatwick was just under two hours. Now I’m used to staying in hotels like the Jumeirah…

Afternoon Tea at the Ritz

So a little over a month ago I had my birthday and my wonderful best friend decided to book us in for afternoon tea at the Ritz (this all stems from my love of the film Notting Hill; if you haven’t seen it, watch it now). Now for starters we were dressed completely on point,…

A NEW LEGACY BEGINS

Ok, so I guess nothing is as scary as your first post on your blog, but I guess I’ll bite the bullet as I try to start a legacy. This blog I think will be full of things revolving around travel in the uk and abroad. I’ve done a lot of travelling in my time….