As my dog has gotten older, he’s become a bit more crotchety and particular about his routine (as we all do as we age!), so leaving him regularly with a dog-sitter just doesn’t work so well anymore. And since we recently bought a house
I am currently in the depths of post-holiday blues – it’s tough coming back to every day life after a long vacation. All the excitement of planning and going on your holidays – then all that euphoria disappears so quickly once you are back.
As with all my #24hrGuides – I don’t advocate spending so little time anywhere… but sometimes it’s helpful to have a 24 hour itinerary to kick off a visit. Or it may suit if you have a layover in a city and just want
Back in 1999 I set off on my first solo trip to Europe (from New Zealand) – read about it here. This definitely helped me discover my travel style – i.e. what activities I enjoyed, what budget suited my tastes, and what modes of
Being my hometown, I really should be promoting a much longer stay, but in keeping with my theme of 24hr Guides, here is what you can achieve in 24 hours in Wellington New Zealand, may it be a layover or a guide to get