Time for part two! The first part of mine and my mum’s NC500 campervan adventure finished in Clachtoll, at the top of the West coast of Scotland. This time we start heading East along the North coast, before turning South to return to Inverness…Continue reading
The North Coast 500- Part 1
I’m back again! Life really comes at you fast, doesn’t it? One minute I was sat in my halls writing a very delayed post about surviving freshers week, the next we were all sent home due to a cheeky pandemic and I was out volunteering on the frontlines. However this post isn’t about that, it’s about my most recent travel adventure now that lockdown restrictions are easing! Me and mum had booked a while ago to visit Scotland and hire a campervan but only managed to actually go in early August, about six months later than planned. We had the best time driving the NC500, read on to find out more…Continue reading
What Working at a Summer Camp is Really Like…
So after a 3+ month blogging hiatus, I’m back!
As you may have noticed from my instagram or read in my last post, I spent the last three months working in America at a summer camp! And I am finally home and ready to share my thoughts on it… (I’ll do another post on the logistical side of working at a camp as well, this is just my rundown of what the experience was like for me)
-disclaimer: everyone has a different experience working at a summer camp. All camps are different, all people are different etc etc. Continue reading
The Ethics of Honey
So apparently, May 20th is World Bee Day. I had literally never heard of this before until an advert came up on my Instagram mentioning it and talking about how to save the bees. Obviously this is a pretty big issue at the moment with climate change and species extinction so I’ve decided to write a post all about vegans and honey and also my thoughts on this matter! Continue reading
The West Coast Diaries: Seattle
Seattle, Washington. Home of Grey’s Anatomy, Twilight, a whole lot of Native American history and some pretty darn good music. I was super grateful to be hosted by some family friends here, which made the experience so much more fun (and comfortable!)
The West Coast Diaries: Vancouver
Oh, Canada… I’d previously only visited Toronto on a flight stopover, but had always had my heart set on returning to Canada. When I realised I could fit in a trip to Vancouver without any complicated visas, I took the chance straight away and it was the best decision I made the whole trip. From the people I met, the food I ate to the places I visited, I’m counting down the days until I get to return to this city.