Hello! We are Amy & Will!
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We are just two like minded travellers who fell in love, and as part of our plans, we made a goal: to go somewhere we've never been before, and to challenge ourselves with getting out of our comfort zone at least once a year.
This is a blog about our passion for the world, the desire to explore different places, cultures, taste the food we get served and to make new friends.
We hope you'll be inspired by our memories to plan your own travels, because there is no better way for the world to eliminate all that troubles it than for all of us to love every thing about the world, embrace our differences and share our similarities! Happy travels!
Here are the latest blog posts from us! Happy reading!
So I went to a girl school in the 90s ok? It was almost mandatory that I must have danced to the tunes of Backstreet Boys (or Take That, East17, 98 Degrees, Westlife…), to rock it out with Bon Jovi, watched Clueless and thought it was the coolest movie (like, TOTALLY) and of course, rehearsed […]
I want to travel but I have no holidays! I have a full time job and can’t seem to find time to travel! Hey, no problems! Who says having a full time job should stop you from travelling? I have a full time job (for now) too! And amazes many people how I manage to […]
It never occurred to me to travel otherwise. In Europe, where the option for rail travel is good and (mostly) reliable, it is my first choice of transport when I am roaming around the continent. However, it wasn’t until I was helping a friend about their European itinerary did I realise not many people know […]
When I received a pre-release copy of Tragic Shores in the post, my immediate reaction was: Ugh, another travelogue about all these sad places around the world. “In this stunning memoir, Thomas travels with his wife and daughter to less traditional family holiday spots…” the press release had stated. I was skeptic to say the […]
I’ve been quiet a bit lately, sorry. It wasn’t intentional. I’ve been busy. At the beginning of June, I decided I needed to go back to work. Purely financial reasons but nonetheless, made me feel like a bit of a failure. I had poured my heart and soul into writing for six months and I […]
Some days, words just flow. I can produce a thousand word copy in an hour, and will have plenty of time to review and edit it before my deadline. Today was one of those days that I’ve lost the words, the sentences and pretty much spent three hours formulating a paragraph that I end up […]
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