Over in Hong Kong, Hello Kitty is huge. I mean HUGE. Here in London you’ll see the odd Hello Kitty toy, maybe a purse here and there, but over in South East Asia, she’s been huge ever since being designed in Japan over forty years ago. So when the Hello Kitty cafe opened last year, you can imagine the roaring success it’s had. Whilst the queues … Continue reading Dinner with Hello Kitty
A trip to the Elephant Nature Park in Northern Thailand is most definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity where my cousin and I were incredibly lucky to be the only two booked in for one of the programmes running that day. The Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai is a rehabilitation centre for rescued elephants who would no longer be safe or able to … Continue reading Walking with Elephants
Built in the 17th century, the Royal Palace of Amsterdam is one of the Netherlands top tourist attractions with it being one of three palaces held by the Dutch monarchy. From the outside it may not seem fit for royalty but inside hundreds of chandeliers hang from the highest of ceilings and visitors are welcomed to step into the private lives of those who have lived there including … Continue reading Royal Amsterdam
You may have heard that Beyoncé has been in town recently. London went wild last weekend as she did a two night performance at Wembley Stadium as part of her worldwide 49 date Formation tour. Despite grey clouds hovering over the stadium upon our arrival, the gloomy weather didn’t dampen our spirits and was surprisingly fitting in creating a mysterious and sassy vibe as the crowds … Continue reading A Date with Queen B
Located across two theme parks in Orlando, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a truly unique experience. Whether you’re a Potter fan or not, the parks offer you the chance to immerse yourself in the world of magic that we’ve all come to know and love. In Universal Studios explore the likes of Diagon Alley, Honedukes and Ollivanders, plus various other locations that will … Continue reading All Aboard the Hogwarts Express!
Having been to the Disney parks in Florida, a lot of people told me that I’d be disappointed by Disneyland Paris. Yet after visiting both, the two are so incredibly different, you just cannot compare the two. Both are unique in their own ways, whilst Florida is bigger, bolder and bang on trend, the thing I love most about Disneyland Paris is that it’s traditional. The Paris … Continue reading A Day at Disney
Thailand is known for its temples and around every corner you’ll see another. Some big, some small, some made of stone, some made of gold, but all equally as beautiful and each with their own sense of character. Chiang Mai is home to over 300 temples including some of Thailand’s most famous, with some being as old as when the city was founded in 1926. … Continue reading Temples of Thailand