Scotland, you’ve won my heart!

I’m a frequent visitor to Scotland, however most of the times it’s for business rather than leisure. In fact, most of the times it’s a round trip in one day – and all I see is the road from Glasgow airport to the office.

But I knew that there is so much more to Scotland than Glasgow (everyone should know this, ha), and I saw the most beautiful shots whilst watching Outlander – TV series set in Scottish Highlands. So we had to go – and we did, on our 11 year anniversary.

Outlander Scotland Tour filming location Highlands

Within 4 days, we saw 7 castles, followed the path of Claire and Jamie in the key filming locations, and overall,ย  travelled almost 500 miles. The trip took my breath away, so I’m sharing it with you, hoping to inspire you to add Scotland to your bucket list.

Scotland Outlander road trip map

I fully recommend to put Outlander playlistย on (Spotify) whilst scrolling through our journey. โค Continue reading “Scotland, you’ve won my heart!”

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The Magnificent Summer ’19

This summer has been great – so great that I’d like to reflect and put these memories in one place.
I’ve been lucky: my summer started early with a trip to Puglia and Love Saves The Day festival in Bristol in May, which I’ve already told you all about. Now let’s get to the 11 best moments of the Magnificent Summer ’19 ๐Ÿ˜ Continue reading “The Magnificent Summer ’19”

10 reasons why Puglia should be your next holiday destination

I’ve shared my trip with you guys on Instagram, but I don’t feel like it justified just how amazing Puglia, South-East region of Italy was. You absolutely have to add it on your bucket list, and here is why:

1. You can stay in the Trullo – cone-shaped house unique to the region

davWe stayed in one just outside Ostuni – Trullo Dipinto. I’ve never stayed in a place like that before, but can certainly say: when in Puglia, stay in a trullo!Here’s what it looked like inside: Continue reading “10 reasons why Puglia should be your next holiday destination”

Love Saves The Day: 5 things I learned

My bank holiday weekend was absolutely epic – I went to Love Saves The Day festival, in Eastville Park, Bristol.

It’s not my first festival, and certainly not the last one, but I couldn’t have enjoyed it more! I’m not going to bore you with a typical festival review – you all know what festivals are like, however there are a couple of things I’ve learned for myself, which I would like to share with you.

1. I don’t understand fashion

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A walk in Christ Church Meadow

The other day Ben and I were lucky to go for a walk in Christ Church Meadow with a wonderful photographer Roxy – @21gramsphotography.

She actually found me on instagram and offered us a romantic shoot – and if you know me, you’d know that there is no way I’d say no to a photoshoot! You’ve heard about the proposal, right? ๐Ÿ™‚

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