Pico Ruivo

Madeira known for its beautiful gardens and flowers, such a lush green island but not quite the same as you head to pico ruivo, the highest peak on the island. After driving to what feels like the highest peak your four hour hike begins, we left the hotel with a temperature of 22 degrees C... Continue Reading →

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Madeira, where to start??? Maybe with the lavada

I was so unsure on visiting Madeira as every one likes to comment out it’s for ‘older’ people. I’m 30 And found it was just perfect for the holiday I wanted, which was to be outside exploring the views and hiking, not drinking and clubbing like Ibiza. We landed in Madeira the second week of... Continue Reading →

East Winch. April tulips 🌷

East winch - a place I had seen on Instagram of many tulips. Which coincidentally happen to be my favourite flower. We drove to Norfolk which is isn’t too far from home in Cambridge. The field was fairly difficult to locate. It’s literally a field surrounded by hedges so it’s not that visible when driving... Continue Reading →

Tuscany’s secret.

 Driving through Tuscany, naturally in a Fiat 500 haha. The roads are Windy and the surroundings are green. It was quiet as it was Christmas Eve. driving for an hour or so we came across an amazing yet unexpected gem !! We could see it in the distance, a grey/ blue patch among the lush... Continue Reading →

Wales – more than just snowdonia.

You think wales , you think snowdonia and mount snowdon but there is so much more. One of my favourite places I’ve visited is Llanrwst, a small town. Along side the river there is a pretty little tea house. The thatched cottage is covered with climber plants. I was there around April and although it... Continue Reading →

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