A quick European holiday accommodation guide

November 17, 2017 Travel

When travelling there are lots of things to consider. Your flights, transfers, train tickets, the language, the food, the culture and of course the accommodation. I’ve really only travelled in Europe, so this quick guide will be centred around your accommodation options in this diverse continent. Villas In the warmer countries like France, Spain and Greece, which have a distinctively Mediterranean feel, Villas are one of the most popular and common forms of accommodation for locals and tourists alike. ARead More

The places you should visit in London – from a Londoner

October 31, 2017 Travel

Ok, ok so I’ve only really lived in London for 4 years so perhaps I’m stretching things by calling myself a Londoner however, I still feel that I have that little bit of extra London Knowledge that can help you to have a fabulous weekend away here. London is an amazing city and millions of people choose to come here every single year; to shop, to dine, to see the history and glimpse the future. What will your visit bring? HereRead More

Dreaming of becoming a digital nomad – the lowdown

October 27, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

The world is evolving, and digital technology is unquestionably at the heart of these progressions. This has opened up a whole realm of new working opportunities for the modern generation, my generation, not to mention the generations to come. With the introduction of ever smarter technologies and travel becoming more widely accessible I am just one of many who’d love to combine the two and become a digital nomad. Digital nomad, have you come across the term? If you’re aRead More

3 places I’d love to visit in Scotland

October 26, 2017 Travel

For the autumnal weekend getaway or a winter’s week away, Scotland has long been on my bucket list. It sits in my mind as a place filled with wonders, history and culture. Yet despite living in the UK, I have never visited, something I am hoping to change shortly.  Arthurs Seat It seems that most people who visit Scotland are primarily fascinated by its history. I’ve heard time and time again that Arthur’s Seat is a must see when visiting thisRead More

Coming down gently: Weekend trips to tide you over between holidays

October 20, 2017 Lifestyle, Travel

I love travelling. That adrenaline as you land, the smell of a different city and the tastes of a new cuisine. If I won the lottery tomorrow I’d travel the world, slowly, taking in all that it had to offer. Once you get the travel bug, nothing’s worse than those periods between trips. For me these periods can be lengthy, I’m talking years. The withdrawal is terrible, and it can be hard to see the light at the end ofRead More

Experience These 3 Wonderful Winter Cities in Europe

October 19, 2017 Travel

Winter is a long and dark time, so we’ve enjoyed sprucing it up a bit with festive lights and delicious treats since the dawn of time. They still call Christmas Jul in Scandinavia, a term that’s been with them ever since the old Norse traditions and Yule celebrations, predating the Christian festivities by thousands of years. Some countries are just bit better at decorating their streets and small towns during these darkest months. The wonders of winter shine even brighterRead More

Have a festive fiesta in Spain this winter

October 13, 2017 Travel

It’s starting to get pretty chilly, which for me is the cue to get excited for Christmas! However, for anyone who doesn’t like the cold weather, it’s the beginning of a long and dark period of the year. A bit of winter sun could be exactly what the doctor ordered, whether you take a solo trip or go on a family holiday. For us Brits, Spain is one of the closest destinations to soak up that winter sun. It offersRead More

Tips for surviving group holidays

October 3, 2017 Travel

Making memories and travelling with those close to you is a wonderful way to see the world. I’ve travelled with friends and with family and have definitely found travelling with friends to be the harder option. Travelling in a group does have its benefits though, there are more people to take pictures, you can split the costs, and you can encourage each other to step out of your comfort zone. But sometimes tensions can build and you don’t want toRead More

I'm Sophia Whitham, a Classics graduate from Kings College London embarking on a journey into marketing with Kafoodle. A keen writer, foodie and traveller I have combined my interests into this little corner of the internet to take you on a walk in my world...❤

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