Oban is a small town with a bustling harbour in the west of Scotland. It’s often described as the gateway to the Hebridean islands and is known for its fresh and tasty seafood eateries and the Colosseum-like McCaig’s Tower which overlooks the picturesque Oban bay.
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Packing for a holiday whether that be a weekend trip, a city break or a week or two away in the sunshine, is one of my favourite things to do. The holiday shop (unless it involves shopping for a bikini or shorts) is one of the best shops of the year. Going into your local store and stocking up on your first-aid kit, buying a ridiculous amount of lotions and mini-travel sized bits and pieces brings me a whole new level of joy. I think it’s a combination of buying a few new things for your wardrobe and the build up of excitement to the actual (and sometimes long-awaited) holiday.
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.
In August, I visited the beautiful city of Prague for a long weekend with one of my closest university friends. We stayed for 3 nights in a little Air B and B in the centre of the Old Town. It was the perfect space for the two of us and had all the necessary furnishings we needed along with a brilliant price tag.