Are you looking for ideas for fun things to do in Las Vegas that don’t involve gambling? Sin City has so much more to offer than casino’s and nightclubs. Check out my list of 100 things to do in Las Vegas and start planning your next trip!
Me and hubby spent 3 nights in Venice this September for his birthday treat. Although its an expensive place to visit for a weekend trip you should go just once to experience it.
I’ve just got round to totting up our 3 day Venice trip cost and I won’t lie I was pretty gobsmacked. Keep reading so you can adequately plan for your own trip, with no nasty surprises.
Sooo me & hubby got back from Venice a couple of weeks ago. The weather wasn’t great but its such a fairytale place its hard not to love. The canals, the bridges & the gondolas, its all pretty dreamy!
I’ve made a quick photo diary for you using our GoPro footage. We don’t actually bother taking photos with the GoPro anymore because its so easy to save stills afterwards using the Quick app.
Welcome to part 2 of our epic 2 week Iceland road trip. If you missed part 1 Reykjavik to Vik check it out first.
Do you love taking photos? Composing the perfect shot, editing them to make them look beautiful? Me too!
Do you shoot in auto mode but are embarrassed to admit it because people won’t take your photos seriously?
Or maybe you have heard ‘proper’ photographers say what is the point of having a DSLR if you are just keeping it in auto mode?
Once a year a voluntary group in our local village called ‘Orsett in Bloom’ hosts a garden open day and competition for best floral displays.
Their goal is to raise money to maintain the village and keep in looking beautiful.
As it was such a nice day this year we popped over to the village to explore.
We decided to kick off our Iceland road trip with a 2-night stay in Reykjavik. There wasn’t a lot we wanted to see here, so decided one day of sightseeing would be enough.
We chose the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina as our base as it was close to everything. From the photos it looked modern, clean and enticingly colourful.
When we visited Iceland, we were excited about experiencing a hot spring. After a lot of researching I decided the Blue Lagoon was out, it looked super busy and touristy (not to mention pricey!).
A firm favourite was the Secret Lagoon, or in Icelandic Gamla Laugin.
The Secret Lagoon is in Flúðir, close to the Golden Circle. It is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland, dating back to 1891.