Let’s unravel my life of travel

.. Welcome… Bienvenue… Bienvenida…Benvinguda…Benvenuto…Dobrodošli… Velkommen… Welkom… Willkommen… Powitanie… Välkommen…

I’m Steph, a 26 year old girl who loves adventure! Originally from Manchester, England, I grew up as keen Irish Dancer and from the age of 15 developed a deep passion for travel. At the age of 9, I moved to Redditch, Worcestershire which is where my Mom, Step-Dad, brothers and sisters still live. I often check back there if I’m skint or need a washing machine but I do try and travel as much as I can! I have jumped at every chance I’ve had to visit different countries, experience different cultures and learn new languages. Whether it be work or study, I have never said no to an opportunity abroad! Although I can only speak fluently in one language; English (two if you count American), my French and Spanish aren’t too shabby and have allowed me to meet new people and make great friends from all over the world! So, it wasn’t until March 16th 2017 aged 26, when I was sat in Luton airport waiting for my flight to Copenhagen that I decided to take my Mom’s advice and start a Travel Blog. I was getting a lot of messages from family and friends asking about my new travel plans and it made sense to record everything so I can look back on and maybe my Granny Ida will enjoy reading through haha! Hey Granny I’m ont t’internet!! From zip lining in Mexico and swimming with turtles in the Gili Islands to playing the guitar and singing with locals on Bali beaches and coming face to face with a wild bear in Alaska – I will keep you up to date with the all of my weird, wonderful, and sometimes just plain crazy experiences! Now, I am no photographer but I do love taking pictures of my travels on my beloved iPhone and all of the photos on this site, I’ve taken myself. I’m also no writer (not since GCSE English anyway when I had to compare and contrast the 2nd and 5th paragraph of page 46 in The Great Expectations), so I don’t think I can stretch to any fancy travel words. Although, if you do want to hear something impressive – I did win a drumstick lolly for spelling antidisestablishmentarianism once when I was 7 at school….. Enjoy..