When I started university in 2012 (unbelievably six whole years ago) I was eager to spend my summers working in an American summer camp. I spent my first summer of university working in a hospital to save up enough money to afford a three and a half month adventure in the beautiful US of A the following summer. Once I’d saved up enough money, the scary part began. How do you know where to start? How do you actually get placed in a camp? How do you get a working visa?
Since moving to Scotland last November, I’ve been trying to explore as much as as possible over the weekends. Yesterday, we took a trip in Fliss the Ford to the gorgeous little town of Peebles, situated in the borders of Scotland and around half an hour from Edinburgh.
I’ve been thinking about writing this post for quite a while. Whilst I really enjoy writing about my travel experiences, fashion and of course books, I want my site to reflect the things that are important to me and that affect me in both a direct and indirect way.
Last summer, I was lucky enough to tick another place off my bucket list, when I visited Slovenia for a two week break. Home to some of the most breathtaking national parks, lakes and castles, Slovenia had me excited from the get-go.