• My Year In Travel | Reviewing 2019

    With the year coming to an end and also the decade, I want to share with you my year in travel as I have been on quite a few travels and trips this year.

    I’m quite lucky to have gone on more holidays and trips than normal and I’m hoping to expand that over the years with more oppoturnities to travel. I used to have only 2 holidays a year but this is changing more as the years go on.

    So what did I get up to in 2019? Read on to see what trips I’ve been on and new places ticked off my bucket list.

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    MY YEAR IN TRAVEL | REVIEWING 2019

    January: Singapore, Langkawi & Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Koh Lipe, Thailand

    At the start of the year is usually our big trip, typically to Asia as the weather is so much better then and we can get away from the cold weather in the UK. We wanted to explore somewhere new in Asia that we haven’t done before so we added Singapore and Malaysia to the list with a few days on Koh Lipe Island in Thailand in between.

    A Beginners Guide To Gardens By The Bay

    A 4 Day Itinerary Guide To Singapore

    A 4 Day Itinerary Guide To Kuala Lumpur

    A Guide To Batu Caves

    A 6 Day Itinerary Guide To Langkawi

    Exploring Langkawi Sky Bridge

    Mangrove Tour In Langkawi

    How To Get From Langkawi To Koh Lipe

    A Beginners Guide To Koh Lipe

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    April: Brussels, Brugge, Antwerp & Ghent, Belgium

    I honestly couldn’t wait to be reunited with my Amy who I met on a Where’s Mollie Global Travellers trip in Croatia a year before. We both got on so well and unfortunately we live so far away from each other. We decided to book a reunion trip together and booked our flights to Belgium for 4 days over the Easter weekend. Our plan was to visit 4 cities in 4 days with our cute AirBnB base being in Brussels and use the trains to get to each city.

    Our Cute Apartment In Brussels | Review

    A Guide To 4 Cities In 4 Days | Brussels, Brugge, Antwerp & Ghent

    Transport In Belgium | How To Get Around

    5 Places To Eat In Belgium

    A Ultimate Beginners Guide To Brussels

    A Beginners Guide To Brugge

    A Beginners Guide To Antwerp

    A Beginners Guide To Ghent

    4 days in paris

    July: Paris, France

    I honestly can’t believe it had been 15 years since I last visited Paris before this year. I went to Paris with my parents as my Dad was on a work trip to a French bakery afterwards, so we had a few days in Paris to re-explore and admire the beauty of the city. It still felt magical after all that time and I really want to go back and explore some more.

    A Guide To Exploring The Palace Of Versailles

    Our Gorgeous Hotel In Paris | Hotel Les Jardins De La Villa

    A Guide To Exploring Paris In 4 Days | Itinerary Guide

    Transport In Paris | How To Get Around

    mercado de san miguel

    September: Madrid, Spain

    Madrid was the family holiday were we all went to celebrate Mums birthday and it was so lovely exploring a new part of Europe all together. It’s crazy to think we’ve done quite a lot of Spain and Europe in general but have never been to the capital of Spain until now. I was so excited to head back to Spain and see how Madrid compares to Barcelona and I wasn’t disappointed. It is such an amazing city and we even headed out of the city for a day to visit Toledo (the original capital of Spain).

    A Guide To Exploring Madrid In 5 Days

    Mercado De San Miguel | The Place To Have Lunch

    Our Amazing Music Themed Hotel | Hotel Barcelo Imagine

    6 Delicious Restaurants To Eat At In Madrid

    Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Tour

    A Guide To Exploring Toledo For A Day

    November: Shrewsbury, England

    When November comes around it’s time for the annual girls trip and this time was to Shrewsbury. Every year me, my mum and her two friends meet up in a different place every year to have a girls weekend and do some Christmas shopping. Unfortunately we didn’t have much great weather as it was cold and rainy but we made a good weekend of it and did lots of shopping. We learnt about lots of history of Shrewsbury, especially it being the birth place of Charles Darwin.

    A 3 Day Guide To Shrewsbury


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    Where have you travelled to this year? What’s on your 2020 to travel to list? Let me know in the comments below.

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