- RSS Channel Showcase 7059204
- RSS Channel Showcase 6791532
- RSS Channel Showcase 8375877
- RSS Channel Showcase 7856393
Articles on this Page
- 05/14/17--00:30: _What is it like to ...
- 06/01/17--03:59: _Things to do in Kis...
- 07/17/17--11:12: _A weekend in LA – H...
- 07/24/17--23:44: _Grenada Chocolate F...
- 08/08/17--00:00: _Travel Beauty Staples
- 01/15/17--02:59: _A little story of W...
- 01/16/17--05:51: _Five Reasons I Fell...
- 02/07/17--05:54: _An ode to the all I...
- 03/03/17--00:00: _The best places to ...
- 01/01/18--07:18: _A look back at 2017...
- 05/14/17--00:30: What is it like to fly Norwegian premium?
- 06/01/17--03:59: Things to do in Kissimmee (that don’t involve a theme park)
- 07/17/17--11:12: A weekend in LA – Hollywood & Hair with Joico 💁🏼💛
- 07/24/17--23:44: Grenada Chocolate Festival 2017 – Things I learnt
- 08/08/17--00:00: Travel Beauty Staples
- 01/15/17--02:59: A little story of Walt Disney World January 2017
- 01/16/17--05:51: Five Reasons I Fell in Love with Miami
- 02/07/17--05:54: An ode to the all Inclusive holiday
- 03/03/17--00:00: The best places to instagram at Disney World
- 01/01/18--07:18: A look back at 2017 – highs & lows
Norwegian is what feels like a new airline on the block. The first to offer ‘budget’ long haul/transatlantic flights – not quite easyJet prices but for a hop across the pond starting from at little as £149 one way, that’s pretty reasonable. I’ve looked at booking with Norwegian for a solo trip to New York that I’m planning, the only thing that held me back was the idea of flying with an airline that is sitting towards the ‘budget’ end of the scale for something longer haul.
As a general rule, if you’re visiting the Orlando/Kissimmee area of Florida it’s a fairly safe bet that at least one theme park might be on your ‘things to do’ list. I for one, have never (up until now) visited the area and NOT gone to either Disney or Universal at some point in the trip – with Disney usually being the main reason for the trip in the first place. BUT there’s a whole world of wonderful things you can do and could easily fill a week or more with entertainment without even stepping foot into a theme park.
The post Things to do in Kissimmee (that don’t involve a theme park) appeared first on A Beauty Junkie in London.
I’m still pinching myself that this actually happened. But last month I went to LA. For a weekend.
Ok, so this is a fairly niche post topic – and somewhat away from my usual ramblings, but stick with me… When I first accepted the invite to go to to Grenada to experience the island and attend their annual chocolate festival I didn’t have a clue what I was going to experience. In a good way that is! I had visions of Willy-Wonka style factories and fountains of chocolate.
I’ve been fortunate to do a fair chunk of travelling this year so far and one of the best bits (you know, beyond the whole ‘seeing fab places’ thing) has to be that I’m getting pretty pro at packing. Packing used to be an absolute nightmare for me and whilst I’m certainly not a natural at packing light, I have narrowed down a few travel beauty staples that are the products I feel like I need to have with me. A deep conditioner When I travel, pretty much anywhere (regardless of hot/sunny climate) I always travel with a deep conditioner.
So you might have seen that I’ve been posting a few pretty pictures from Walt Disney World over the past week or so (shameless plug: you can follow me: www.instagram.com/beautyjunkieldn) Well, as pretty as they are I thought…
Last Spring I was lucky enough to be invited on a trip to explore Miami. A place I had never been, but had been curious about. Like New York and LA in many ways, a…
It’s this sort of dull/dreary time of year that I can’t help but let my mind wander to holidays and travel plans. I know I’m not alone in this. I have one big trip already…
What’s the first thing you need to think about when planning a trip to Walt Disney World? Fast passes? Meal bookings? Which parks on what day? No, silly…it’s where you’re going to snap those all…