Viewpoint

Horizons 22 Viewpoint in Central london England
England London Travel Guide

Horizons 22: Exploring Londons highest free public viewpoint

I’ve always testified on this blog that the best way to see a city from above. So when a new one opened boasting to be London’s highest free viewpoint I knew I had to go. Horizon 22 opened in September 2023, and from 254 metres up, promised some of the best views of London. Showcasing […]

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Marina Bay Sands Hotel SkyPark at Night in Singapore for a travel blog post on the experience
Singapore Travel Guide

Marina Bay Sands Skydeck, Singapores premier viewpoint

With just a short time frame in Singapore, I had to prioritise my time. I knew though that I had to visit the Marina Bay Sands Skydeck. This Observation Deck stands at 53 floors above sea level and offers unparalleled views of Singapore. I could not think of a more perfect first activity to do […]

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Australia Sydney Travel Guide

Your guide to the Sydney Tower Eye

Whenever you arrive in a city, it can often be overwhelming and a lot to take in. The skyscrapers towering above can be daunting, especially if up until this point you’ve just been travelling through small towns and country roads. So what better way of getting your bearings with a bird’s eye view, and make […]

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Mount Alexandra in the Daintree Rainforest, Queensland Australia
Australia Daintree Tablelands Travel Guide

Mount Alexandra Lookout: The view that frames the ocean

When you travel across Australia, there will be no doubt you’ll come across many beautiful sites and beaches. If you are road-tripping around it can be easy to simply pass some by and never know they existed. So if you’re driving through from Cairns to the Daintree, I urge you to stop and stretch your […]

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Sydney Opera House from the Royal Botanical Gardens
Australia Sydney Travel Guide

Sydney Opera House: An Icon of Australia

When anyone thinks of Australia, the first thought that comes to mind is that iconic image of the Opera House by the harbour. The Sydney Opera House is an essential stop for every type of traveller, whether that’s the cheap and cheerful backpacker or the luxury money’s no object tourist. Everyone enjoys the view in […]

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Sólheimajökull Glacial Hike in the Golden Circle, Iceland
Iceland The Golden Circle Travel Guide

Sólheimajökull Glacier: beautiful hikes of Iceland

It’s no secret I love a hike, few things can beat fresh air and stunning panoramic views. So when I was offered the chance to hike up a glacier hike on my Golden Circle Tour I jumped at the opportunity.  Although our tour was run by G Adventures, the Glacier Hike experience was hosted by […]

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Gljúfrabúi Falls in the Golden Circle Iceland, near Seljalandsfoss
Iceland The Golden Circle Travel Guide

Gljúfrabúi: Icelands hidden waterfall

Just a short walk away from Seljalandsfoss is this hidden wonder. Gljúfrabúi (also known as Gljúfrabúifoss) is a waterfall tucked away within a cave which we were advised to visit by Francois, our tour guide. He said that despite our tight schedule it would be worth the walk. After enjoying the view from Seljalandsfoss, we […]

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Gullfoss Waterfall in the Golden Circle, Iceland, Winter
Iceland The Golden Circle Travel Guide

Gullfoss Unveiled: A Day at the Roaring Falls

Gullfoss is the furthest point from Reykjavik on the Golden Circle tour, so it’s often the one that’s visited last. The waterfall is the most powerful in all of Iceland, with the water falling over 105 feet across two tiers into the river gorge below. I came here as part of the Golden Circle tour […]

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strokkur geysir in the Golden Circle, Iceland
Iceland The Golden Circle Travel Guide

Strokkur Geysir: Natural phenomena on The Golden Circle

Strokkur Geysir is one of the most famous and active geysers in Iceland, cementing its place as one of the main attractions on any Golden Circle tour. You can expect to see eruptions every 6 – 10 minutes, and when they happen the steam can reach 20 metres high. Occasionally it has been known to […]

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Sky Lagoon Spa in reykjavik
Iceland Reykjavik Travel Guide

Sky Lagoon: Complete relaxation in the outskirts of Reykjavik

Without a doubt you will be asked two questions when you return from Iceland. “Did you see the Northern Lights?” And “Did you go to the Blue Lagoon?”. Now I was incredibly lucky to see the former, but when the weather turned against me and cancelled my trip to the Blue Lagoon, I was left […]

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