As my friend and I were planning our trip to Edinburgh in Scotland, we decided to drive from Yorkshire (our home) and make the most of the journey through Northumberland.
Author: Harriet Imogen
When I’m packing to go away, as well as reading through many of my favourite travel quotes, I find myself making a list at least a week in advance of things I know I’ll need when I go away.
I visited Lake Bled back in June 2018 with a friend from university. We booked the trip a couple of months beforehand as something to look forward to and get us through the torture that was writing our dissertations (something I definitely don’t miss now). It also gave us the chance to celebrate finishing our degrees and leaving uni!
This week is something a bit different to the blogs about my travels. Instead, here is a list of all the travel quotes I find inspiring.
So sit back, relax and make a note of the travel quotes that make you want to get up and pack those bags!
I thought it would be appropriate to end this Disneyland Paris mini series with something a bit different to my last few blogs – a ‘ten top tips’ blog for Disneyland Paris. I know when my friend and I got to Disney we were so determined to get as much done in the 2 full days we had in the parks (and we were very successful if I do say so myself). I think the way we planned our trip massively impacted on how much fun we had! So if I can help make your trip as good as ours, then it’s a win-win situation!
Imagination – “the faculty or action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses”
Back in November last year, my best friend and I jumped on a plane to Paris to escape the real world and instead immerse ourselves in all things Disney! I’ve travelled with friends a few times now and I love it. This trip in particular, the friend I travelled with was on my wavelength every step of the way; laughing, joking and having the best time (shoutout to you boo, you’re the best travel companion a girl could wish for!)
Loch Lomond – Scotland, on a cold, wintry day in January … at first read it doesn’t sound like the ideal destination, does it? However, this statement couldn’t be more wrong. If you’re looking to spend a long weekend somewhere with endless views and picturesque scenery, then look no further.