Where on earth did 2015 go? Seems like it flew past in true “Gone With The Wind” style but not without a few enjoyable and memorable moments. For the past 3 years I have enjoyed putting together a year in review post as way to look back on all the places I have been in the previous year. In a way it brings back memories of all the crazy planning and fun moments experienced through the journeys I have taken.
- 1 Busy Bee In London
- 2 January – It’s A Family Affair
- 3 March – Visiting The Happiest Capital In The World
- 4 April – Discovering The English Coastal Towns
- 5 May – In Search Of The Love Story At Taj Mahal
- 6 June – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
- 7 August – A View To Thrill
- 8 September – Taking On El Caminito Del Rey
- 9 November – Paris Is Always A Good Idea
- 10 December – The Month of Luxury Travel
Busy Bee In London
As much as I escape London for quick weekend getaways in Europe and afar, I do love exploring this bustling city. Whether that is with photographer friends, meetups or taking family out on the town when they are visiting from abroad. There have been many a visit to the Sky Garden this year, Brunching on a Vintage a Route Master for English Tea, Exploring East London with Microsoft, shared top 10 things to do in London’s Greenwich Village, visiting Hampton Court Palace, Luxury Boat cruise on the London Thames, Relaxing in London Parks, exploring East London markets and street art, as well as sharing tips on London’s best rooftop bars, and the best places to watch the sunset in London….Yes, as much as I travel I have a soft spot for London.
January – It’s A Family Affair
March – Visiting The Happiest Capital In The World
Denmark – In a bid to have a quick weekend getaway, I managed to score a deal that saw my boyfriend and I have a weekend in Copenhagen without breaking the bank. Thank God for RyanAir and their super cheap flights. Our 2 return flights were only £40. As much as people say Denmark is expensive, there are plenty of things to do that are either free or inexpensive. Check out my posts on Copenhagen for more details.
April – Discovering The English Coastal Towns
Thorpeness – Those charming little coastal towns that just ooze English Countryside charm but with the beautiful and quiet beaches thrown in. If you are lucky and visit when the sun is out then you are in for some fun times. If you have not been or heard of Thorpeness then get you butt over there now. I am keen to continue this tradition of exploring more of the beautiful places we have in the UK. The UK is not just about London, so I can’t wait to showcase more towns this year. Stay tuned!
May – In Search Of The Love Story At Taj Mahal
June – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
August – A View To Thrill
England – Eastbourne is another beautiful town on the coast of East Sussex. This was part of a challenge to prove that you can get away for the weekend without spending a lot of money. My boyfriend and I managed to get away for the weekend with £100 budget for food, accommodation and entertainment. You can read the post and guide on exploring East Sussex and its coastal towns.