We first went backpacking two years ago, laden with 35 litre rucksacks, multiple water bottles hanging by our sides and a large selection of noodle packets. Last year we set off again, with a lot less in tow. We’ve learnt what our necessities are – the actual necessities – and our backs and stress levels are extremely grateful. Our kit for Morocco and … Continue reading What’s in My Bag?
As a same-sex, all-girl blog we figured it’s only right we celebrate International Women’s Day. We could have stuck with watching Supernatural and making far-off travel plans in bed, but we figured there’s no better way than to share a few inspiring fellow women, some of whom we know in real life… Ellie, The Wonder of Whisky – … Continue reading International Women’s Day: Inspiration & Love-Spreading
Our two week drive through Morocco was filled with terrifying roads, incredible views, a few near arrests… and plenty of singing. A lot of those songs we still listen to when taking a drive in our van, and we’ve compiled our perfect roadtrip playlist. Continue reading Roadtrip Playlist
Some travel tips, favourite places and lessons learnt. Continue reading Undiscovered Gems of Europe
We’ve been chosen by travel blog OK Just Go to take part in the Leibster Award, where you nominate favourite blogs and find out a bit more about the people behind them. Continue reading The Leibster Award
Production team, husband-and-wife duo and creators of the Goldheart Collective, Melodi Meadows and Asher Moss, describe the Collective as a “playground for artists… to get out what’s in their head and use it how they see fit.” The Collective is a yearly, invite only weekend of artists, photographers, and models, working together to create art for art’s sake. … Continue reading The Goldheart Collective
Kalu Yala – a town hidden in a valley of the Panamanian tropics, where artists and entrepreneurs are coming together to create a new way of life. In applying permaculture principles, and creating work for the local population, Kalu Yala is a place beneficial to both the environment and its people. Behind the idyllic setting the cogs are turning … Continue reading Kalu Yala