With the increasing amount of millennials on the move, it’s no surprise that hotels are rushing to meet the demand of a generation who wants the world (but also wants a bargain). Although I’m currently staying in the London area, I took the train into town for a little staycation at The East London Hotel.
Set on a hilltop in Snowdonia, overlooking sun-bathed moorland, valleys and the old Blaenau Ffestiniog slate quarries below sit the majestic Slate Caverns glamping tents. When we booked into a tent for an adventure holiday in Snowdonia, we had no idea what a treat we were in for.
Thailand was once a well-kept secret. Now, the secret’s out! From amazing cultural festivals in Chiang Mai to the North, incredibly colorful scuba diving in the Surin and Similan Islands to the West and gorgeous Koh Samui to the East, it’s guaranteed that you’ll never be bored or lacking beauty here. As the majority of […]
When looking for ones’ tribe, we search for those most like us. Those with similar values, desires and goals. It’s no surprise that I found my tribe at the aptly-named Tribe Hotel in Perth. This hotel is turning traditional hotel etiquette on its head, providing all the things millennials desire while traveling and leaving behind […]
She sells seashells by the seashore was a fun tongue twister when I was young. Now that I’m a bit older, I much prefer this updated version: She stays at Seashells by the seashore. On my recent trip to Broome, I checked into Seashells Broome, an award-winning property with a choice of 4.5-star AAA rated […]
After leaving the rest and relaxation of Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge, Jean from The Traveling Honeybird and I headed for Launceston. Set on the Tamar River, Tasmania’s second major city is known for its food and wine, and every local recommended we visit Cataract Gorge Reserve for its panoramic views. Upon arrival at Mantra Charles […]
Early Sunday morning, Jean from The Traveling Honeybird and I boarded a flight from Melbourne to Tasmania for an extended girls’ weekend of relaxation, nature and (of course) good food. On arrival into Launceston, we hopped into our rental car and headed toward Cradle Mountain. It’s a good thing Jean was driving, because I was […]
When I visited Scotland last Autumn, I went with two goals: to find the Loch Ness Monster and to discover the most unusual places to stay in Scotland. I succeeded at only one of my goals. The weather in Scotland was to blame for many of my planned activities’ cancellations (apparently it’s not safe to […]