Once a sleepy coastal village in southern Bali, Canggu (pronounced ‘Chan-gu’) is now one of the hottest destinations on the island – a hub of surfers, backpackers and digital nomads, giving it its distinctively creative vibe that sets it apart from its more established neighbour …
Author: Sarah Gibbons
Close your eyes and picture a tropical beach paradise… No doubt you’re picturing a secret bay of turquoise blue ocean lapping gently onto soft, white sand, with tall palm trees swaying gently in the warm breeze. Am I right? The good news is that it exists in Sri Lanka – Hiriketiya.
Our first foray into van life was road-tripping for three weeks through the stunning landscapes of New Zealand. Not only did we fall for the country, but we came to love our cosy camper too. Here are our top tips, things we learnt and what we came to love about van life.
I’ve been meaning to write and share my best female solo travel tips for months now — because, before I left, it was exactly what I was feverishly googling!
The tearshop-shaped island of Sri Lanka is the place everyone is talking about – and for good reason. Whether you visit for two weeks or two months, it has everything: postcard-perfect beaches, delicious food, friendly locals, surfing, safaris, stunning countryside and so much more.