Review: Three’s travel accessory pack

Three UK Review

Straight up: I received these products for review courtesy of Three UK. All opinions are my own, totally honest and not skewed by the fact I got a freebie. UK mobile network Three is all over the place these days. Their recent #holidaybraggie and #holidayspam campaigns have taken over social media and for good reason … Continue reading

Review: Fox & Squirrel’s Brixton food walk

Fox & Squirrel Lindsay Faller

When it comes to my appetite for travel, and my greed for exploring new sights and cultures, I’m insatiable. Sometimes though, I’m just hungry. Which is why I immediately accepted an invitation from Fox & Squirrel to eat my way through Brixton on their Guardian-approved walking tour. Little did I know, however, that the experience … Continue reading

Review: GowithOh apartment rental in Paris

Paris, December 2013

When I recently tweeted asking for accommodation recommendations for an up-coming trip to Paris, I was impressed to receive the following from a company I had never heard of before: The options I found on gowithoh.com weren’t half bad. Airbnb had unfortunately failed me (I was struggling to find anything suitable and my requests had been … Continue reading

The Little Blue Deli – Barry, South Wales

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Barry. It doesn’t scream ‘travel destination’, I have to be honest. Not unless you’re a huge Gavin & Stacey fan, or are particularly partial to a good pub brawl. I don’t tend to venture there too much, despite it being the town in which many of my friends grew up, I went to school, and … Continue reading

Review: Every City Tells a Story

PARIS

I’m no art critic; I suffer from Museum Fatigue, an affliction I’m sure many of you have experienced.  No matter how riveting the pieces on show in any museum, gallery, or exhibition, I can only withstand half an hour before my eyes implode, my knees ache and my jaw forces out a yawn every thirty … Continue reading

Have a Safe Stay…at Safestay

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I’ve stayed in plenty of hostels. Some good, some bad, and some where I feared for my life. They vary so dramatically – from cockroach-ridden shacks, to swanky boutiques – that I feel I’ve become something of a hostel expert. I find myself scanning the communal areas for a sense of ambiance, checking tops of … Continue reading