So we’re back with another travel diary – this time I’ve dug back a little bit and put together a post about my trip to Prague. I’d wanted to visit Prague for so many years before I took a trip there, and I have to admit, that’s partly because of Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone. I spent five days in this beautiful city in September and I could’ve spent days wandering around it’s winding streets!
I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Iceland twice now, and I have to say it’s magic never gets tiring. Despite Iceland being an island with a small population and unforgiving weather conditions, it’s becoming a more and more popular travel location, and it isn’t hard to see why!
(P.S. this is a very photo-heavy post!)
So if you’ve been following us for a while, you’ve probably seen that I went on the trip of a lifetime last July. I was lucky enough to spend two weeks travelling up the north coast of Cuba, and since I never wrote a full blog post about it, I thought it was about time I shared what I did there (plus a lot of photos from my trip!)
One of my ‘resolutions’ this year was to travel more – whether to places in the UK or further afield. After not having travelled in over five years (other than a long weekend in the Forest of Dean) it was safe to say that I was desperate to explore. I decided to start (relatively) local with the city of Bath. When I say local, yes, it is in England but it was only a two hour train ride. I went there with my mother who actually visited before, but before I was born. However, she remembered the pubs rather than the typical tourist attractions. I am not a travel blogger but I did take my camera and I’ve found that I can convey a lot more with that. So here are some snaps I took during our few hours in the city (which is a lot larger than I was expecting!) Continue reading “TBT Travel Diaries // A Day in Bath”→