Another year has skipped quickly by and travel-wise it’s been another good one. 2013 was epic and I couldn’t begin to hope that 2014 would be nearly as amazing but it has and I’ve loved every minute of it. I’ve visited two of my wish-list destinations. I won’t say ‘bucket-list’ because I don’t believe in ‘places you should visit before you die’– you’re hardly going to go after you’ve kicked the bucket are you?
It’s so easy to put on extra pounds when you’re away from home whether you’re on holiday, a business trip or on the road long-term. I’m having a bit of a fit kick lately which brought to mind lots of things I do to keep the pounds from piling on when I’m away from home. Here are some tips and hints to help keep you fit and healthy while travelling and why travelling is good for your health.
Malaga, Spain. Great food, art, culture, fabulous beaches and a happening vibe. Read on for my top Malaga tips for your 48 hours in the city.
Post updated 11 Jan 2021
New York City in the autumn, or should I say fall, is a fabulous time to see the city. New York was made for Instagram – full of contrast, vibrant and exciting. The russet, yellow and orange-hued foliage looks stunning against the stark skyscrapers and reflective glass tower blocks. The skies go from steely grey, giving the city streets a more dramatic feel, to crisp clear blues.
Downtown New York