It was exactly a year ago today then I was hustling through the Souks in Marrakesh and exploring the Moroccan city. Every day I see, picture of people exploring Marrakesh, which has made me want to go back and explore more. Here’s what I regret not seeing/doing but I am 100% heading back and completing my list.
#1 Stay in a Riad
A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house centred on a courtyard. I have seen all the social media influencers stay in this Riad, and as popular as its become that it kind of puts me off going but it looks so darn beautiful.
I love a festival. Whether that be music, food or drink. I first went to a music fesival when I was quite young (legal to drink…I THINK) and I went to Reading Festival. It was back when the line-up didn’t get announced until the very moment the tickets got released and tickets were like gold dust. I didn’t shower for 4 days, did my business is a porta loo and drank until I was dehydrated and from there I caught the festival bug.
Every year I say I’m going to attend all the festivals and have an amazing time and every year I only attend at least 1 place on my list.
Although I have always have a serious urge to travel, these
past few weeks I have been itching to get away and to also get some
inspirations and content for you guys!
So last Sunday (it was supposed to have been Saturday, but
gin happened the night before) I went a on a solo mini adventure to Dyffryn
one of the most electric cities in the world, and although I have travelled to
Holland twice in my life there are a few things that I didn’t do/see that I
This doesn’t just have to be a gals holiday, it can be
applied to booking any other adventure but I came across these little tips and
tricks whilst booking a holiday with my friends.
The main things you need to think about when booking a
holiday with a group of people are these factors;
We are not English – We may speak the English language here
in South Wales, but we are not English. Whenever I travel abroad, and I say I’m
from Wales, people always think it’s part of England. It’s not.
Match Days – If you a rugby fan, then Match Days are for
you. Cardiff is the host for six nations, Heineken cup & world cup. But if
you don’t like big crowds, rowdy people then stay well away from the town
I didn’t know that The Note was a true story about the
author Zoe Folbigg until after I read this book, and began doing a little research
for this review. I’m not sure if that would have made me think any different of this
book, but it does put a smile on my face, and also peaked my interest so I stalked her a little.
The Note, is a very well written story about a woman named Maya
who works in fashion and falls in love with a guy she sees on the train, ‘Train
After the first time she saw Train Man, he become a regular
every morning commuter and she fell in love. Don’t get me wrong, it seems a bit
irrational to fall in love with someone you don’t know and this threw me a little.
Not only is this book about romance, and it’s also uplifting
and inspirational. Throughout the book you learn about Maya’s job and her
personal life. You follow her through her journey of making massive life
changes and going through bereavement.
I managed to read The Note in a few days, so if you’re after
an easy read to pass the time. Then I would definitely recommend.
Want to know whether Maya had the courage to speak to Train
Man and how the story ends? Then buy it here for as little as £5.59 & free shipping.
Have you read The Note, if so what did you think?