I’m a 30 (something) year old teacher living in the London Suburbs who will find any way possible to travel as much as I can. As a teacher any travel I now do is limited to the school holidays and weekends, however in the 10 years I have been teaching I haven’t let this stop my wanderlust. I’ve found out that travel during these times doesn’t have to be expensive (if you know where to look and how to book) so I try to pack as much as I can into those precious holidays whilst still leaving room to plan awesome lessons and mark homework.
In November 2016 my husband and I welcomed a new addition to our family, our mini-explorer Amelia is always up for an adventure and seems happy enough to go along with our travel plans.
I take great pleasure in planning and researching a trip or holiday and will do this for family, friends and at one point would have done it for paying customers – I considered applying for some of the travel industry related Graduate schemes but decided I loved teaching too much. I’ve thrown myself whole heartedly into the profession and am really proud of what I do yet my love for travel hasn’t wavered so I have started this blog as a way of sharing my ideas, plans and experiences with any one who wants to read them.
All my travel is self-funded and I make a point of trying to earn as many air-miles, Avios points and hotel reward nights to make sure I can keep doing it. If I mention somewhere or something in a post it’s because I genuinely recommend it and have paid money to stay there, eat there or do it and think you should too!
If you’d like to chat about all things travel, using your annual leave wisely or how to get kids to learn whilst travelling without realising it then get in touch. You can contact me using the form below or via Facebook and Twitter and I will do my best to respond as quickly as possible.