January 16th 2020. This was the day we left Birmingham airport, UK and began the start of our backpacking trip. The backpacking trip that we only had a 1 way ticket for as we hadn’t planned how long we were going travelling. Maybe we would have returned after 3 or 6 months, maybe even a … Continue reading Travelling during COVID – 19 pandemic
Northern lights, husky sledding, reindeer sleighs... what's not to love in Lapland! It makes a wonderful and magical Christmas vacation but imagine getting to work there with the real Santa?! When going out of your comfort zone to your usual hot destinations, it can be tricky to decide what to pack, even more so when … Continue reading What to pack for Lapland?
Do you have the travel bug again? Maybe you want to make that change from your 9-5? Or are you itching to take the first step of travelling? Whatever it is, I’m sure there are a million reasons on why you should go for it but for most of us the one thing preventing us … Continue reading Why work for Eurocamp & Alfresco
Travelling with just hand luggage can definitely have its benefits; no queue for the check in desk, no waiting at the carousel, no lifting heavy suitcases on and off transport and you have free hands to use your phone - bonus! Of course it does also have its downsides too, like not being able to … Continue reading Kameleon Rose
Just be a Child Just be a Child (JBAC) is an incredible charity that primarily engages with local, Kenyan communities to establish opportunities in providing playgrounds and book filled containers which, with the help of the local community are converted into libraries. After being put in touch with Lenka, the founder of JBAC, it soon … Continue reading Just be a Child – Charity to inspire Kenyan children to read
Since returning from Africa last week, I have set up a new, personal project and would love your support to help some wonderful children we met in Kenya! Please read our story and SHARE! On our recent travels to Kenya, Greg and I got to tick off some amazing bucket list must-do’s such as going … Continue reading New project to help young Kenyan Football Team
Even though it’s still summer, it is the perfect time to be looking and applying for your winter season role! Whether you’re out on a summer season right now or just working in your home country, there are so many different opportunities with staggered start dates that can suit you. Seasons can start around November … Continue reading Fancy a winter season?
Lapland; the home of the real Santa! It’s where Rudolph plays in the snow with his friends right before your eyes. It’s where the elves actually make their traditional, wooden toys. It’s where the northern lights dance around in the sky. It’s where Christmas actually comes to life.. It's where I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Lapland
Interrailing is very much GO GO GO. With unplanned train journeys and last minute hostel bookings, you never know which country you will end up in! My plan was to start in Amsterdam and to get back home in one piece in roughly 1 months time, I had no other plan whatsoever and here's how … Continue reading Interrailing
Just before graduating from University in 2012, I stopped briefly to say a quick thank you to one of my lecturers, Patrick Trodden for his help throughout my course. This quick thank you to turned into the dreaded chat for every graduate 'what are you going to do next?'. Of course I had wanted to … Continue reading My working contracts