As an aspiring novelist and blogger, writing is more than a hobby—it is part of my everyday life. So when I travel, I face the inevitable decision. To laptop or not to laptop? Fortunately, there are solutions to writing on the go without a hefty computer weighing down your luggage.
Confession: I love to travel. It isn’t surprising. I was born from travel. It’s in my blood—if my father hadn’t left Spain for America in the 1970s, he wouldn’t have met my mother. If my mother hadn’t spent the previous year studying abroad, they wouldn’t have been able to communicate (her Spanish was far better than … More The Truth About Suffering from Fernweh
Bus tours are a relatively quick and easy way to sightsee in the United Kingdom. Perfect for day trips that utilize cities like London or Cardiff as home bases, a bus tour can get you from point A to point B more efficiently than if you rented a car and learned to drive on the … More Bus Tour to Windsor, Stonehenge, Lacock, and Bath
The land of Macbeth, William Wallace and Bonnie Prince Charlie. Tasty treats of neeps, tatties, tablet and Haggis. In the middle of summer, I escaped from the heat of London to the rainy days of Scotland. It was one of the best decisions I could have made. Even though it’s not far from England, Scotland … More Discovering Scotland
I first read The Last Telegram by Liz Trenow when I was preparing to attend City University London last year. Trenow penned the story during her time studying the Novel MA at that same university. Fast forward to half way through my courses, when we were encouraged to find guest tutors. Trenow was the first person who came … More “The Last Telegram” by Liz Trenow