Tag Archives: travel writing

Markus Spiske

Germany: more than just Bayern München and Oktoberfest

One of the first things you learn when travelling is Continue reading


Part 1: Füssen

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series The Month I Lived Out of a Backpack

Four years of saving, weekend work, dreaming and scheming have finally led up to this moment: my summer spent living out of a backpack. My trusted and slightly humongous Berghaus will see me across the plains of Western Europe, along with my journal and camera. Seven countries. Thirty-one days. Let the adventures begin.

Füssen: a town dappled by sunlight beneath jagged peaks west of the castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Continue reading


Cyprus: Top 5 Places to See

Cyprus has become a popular holiday destination for many British holiday-makers in recent years; the city of Paphos is a favourite for families who want some sun, sea and sand, whilst the town of Ayia Napa is infamous Continue reading

Bex Walton

Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen

Copenhagen might not be the typical city break destination you’d think of visiting, especially compared to places like Paris and Rome, but when I saw Continue reading

Maggie Meng

Santorini: 5 tips to help you plan a trip on a student’s budget

Santorini is one of the most famous Greek islands, located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea to the east of Turkey. Continue reading