Posts by Catherine

A flying trip to Tromso, Norway

A flying trip to Tromso, Norway

11th February 2018 2 Comments
I recently changed jobs in November last year, and although I usually travel quite frequently with my work, it meant that I had nearly four months between my last
A winter weekend away in Yorkshire

A winter weekend away in Yorkshire

4th February 2018 No Comment
A couple of weekends ago we headed up to Cropton in Yorkshire, where we stayed in a cabin in the woods, complete with hot tub. We’d stayed with the
A Winter city break in Munich

A Winter city break in Munich

14th January 2018 No Comment
Our winter city break in Munich last month was basically a complete replica of a trip we took two years ago… and it was incredible! It’s quite rare that
2018 Travel Plans

2018 Travel Plans

3rd January 2018 6 Comments
It’s my last day at home today before I’m heading back to the office, so I thought I’d take some time to write down my travel plans for 2018.
Five ideas to beat the dreaded jet lag

Five ideas to beat the dreaded jet lag

13th November 2017 No Comment
The majority of my work travel over the past couple of years has been decidedly long-haul, which means that as well as getting to discover some incredible places, I’ve
What’s in my carry-on? 7 things I won’t fly without!

What’s in my carry-on? 7 things I won’t fly without!

9th November 2017 1 Comment
As I’ve mentioned before, most of the travel I do is for work and I’m usually away for around 12 weeks of the year. The majority of this travel
One day in… Toronto. Discovering Downtown on foot

One day in… Toronto. Discovering Downtown on foot

30th October 2017 No Comment
To be perfectly honest, despite my long-standing love affair with Canada, Toronto has never been one of my favourite cities to visit. This isn’t necessarily due to any fault
Cerro Monserrate – A 17th Century Sanctuary in Bogotá

Cerro Monserrate – A 17th Century Sanctuary in Bogotá

11th October 2017 No Comment
I realised the other day that in the last two years I’ve been to Colombia four times with my current job, which seems like a lot! Much as I’ve