It has been announced around the internet that 2016 was a bad year. It was bad in terms of celebrity and high profile deaths, the fact that everybody managed to vote the UK out of the European Union (Brexit), Donald Trump is now US President, and the several terror attacks across the world. Sadden by these events, … Continue reading Year of Travel: 2016
Note: I can only provide advice and information from a student living in UK / Northern Ireland perspective. One day I hope to write about living abroad. Dreaming of a holiday but struggling to save money, these tips may - or may not - help you. Living at home with your parents does have it's … Continue reading Getaway money: ways to help save money (for trips, of course!)
Editor's Note: It is apparent that I have became behind in updating my blog. However now that University has broken off for Christmas break and I have a whole new adventure to live to tell the tale from, now is as good as a time as any to write. - Jess On Friday 16th December I … Continue reading Christmas in Milano; Lunching at the Crazy Cat Cafe.
I recently put out a call for Guest Bloggers to come and write for Found Astray, one response I got was from the brains and beauty behind Yummy Scrummy Tummy 'A Londoner's Journey towards health and wellbeing'. In a new short series of posts, she is here to share some of her story and hopefully give you … Continue reading Dealing daily with Depression: A Guest Post from Yummy Scrummy Tummy
Date of Visit: 23rd July 2016. There's not many places in the world I can say that I felt at home in. Or so I thought. The more I think about that statement the more I realise that with every bit of travelling I do, the more I feel at home with different places. The … Continue reading When you’ve seen Malmö, go home, you’ve seen the world!
Date of stay: Friday 22nd July 2016 During a trip to Copenhagen. I ventured across waters to visit parts of Sweden, the first stop was Malmö, a small city located just a bridge away from Denmark. I only really spent 24 Hours in this city unfortunately; but fortunately my night was spent sleeping and chilling … Continue reading Best Western, Malmö Arena Review
Travel Date: July 23rd 2016 / Afternoon Copenhagen is located in such an accessible place to Sweden; with easy connections to Malmö in less time than it takes to get to Central Copenhagen, it's no wonder we took a trip up. After spending a few days in Copenhagen exploring it's Freetown, tasting Danish treats, walking lots and seeing … Continue reading Crossing the border from Denmark to Sweden
Date of visit: 21st July 2016. Christiania has since developed read here. So, you've been to Soho in London, you've seen the sights, sounds and scents of The Red Light District in Amsterdam, but have you been to Freetown Christiania in Copenhagen? Welcome to a very special part of Copenhagen in the borough of Christianhavn where … Continue reading Freetown Christiania: A League of It’s Own.
Located in the very centre of Copenhagen lyes the magical Tivoli Gardens. This big, beautiful and glorious landscape is full of fun and has entertainment for the whole family. After amazing burgers, fries and shakes at Grillen Burgerbar, we ventured across from Norrebrø on the Metro to Copenhagen Central, crossed a busy street and made … Continue reading Nostalgic: Tivoli Gardens
In July, my mum and I visited the capital of Denmark, the city of Copenhagen. It's a place that has been on my list for some time now and I'm extremely glad - despite being a full time student - that I have the opportunity to travel and cross places off of my list. I … Continue reading Copenhagen: Nyhavn to The Little Mermaid