Welcome to The Travelbunny! I’m Suzanne and here’s where I write about the places I visit, what’s hot to see, hidden gems and the people I meet along the way.
My aim is to inspire your wanderlust and then give you the information, guides and tips to help you plan your own trip and make your own memories.
On The Travelbunny you’ll find adventure, culinary encounters, a lot of photography and a little bit of quirk – because that’s all part of the journey too. I like to seek out unusual places and experiences.
The energy, architecture and history of cities is a big draw but I love the outdoors, wilderness and wildlife more. Food plays a big part in my travels and it’s a great way to learn about a destination. I’m eager to try out new tastes, local favourites and street food then re-create those flavours when I’m back home.
I’m passionate about all sorts of travel; jetting off to an exciting, far-flung destination is always a thrill but I love the home town tourist thing too. I write about my home county of Sussex both on The Travelbunny and as co-founder on Sussex Blogers where we share the best of East and West Sussex.
I travel with friends, with my daughter, with work and sometimes alone but mainly I travel with Mr Jones. We get away as often as we can when we’re not running our business. We research our own travel, arrange and book our trips independently, finding the best deals and putting our own itinerary together.
Now that I’m in my fifties I like my home comforts – a good hotel or B&B is a must and sometimes we’ll splurge because, let’s face it, a bit of luxe is never a bad thing! Occasionally we’ll do something different – like that time we stayed in a treehouse in the Amazon Jungle.
I write about places I’ve visited personally so I can pass on to you first-hand travel tips that I’ve picked up along the way.
If you’re heading to any of the places I’ve visited and you’d like some advice please get in touch via the email address below – I’ll be happy to help if I can.
I grew up just outside Brighton on the Sussex Coast, UK which is probably the reason I never like to be too far away from the sea. I work pretty much full-time so I’m not an ‘on-the-road’ blogger and fit my passion for travel, food and adventure around family, friends and work. When I’m not travelling or working I love yoga, tennis, golf and skiing.