Visiting Giant’s Causeway with a dog

  We travel with our dog, Moose, as often as possible. On a recent trip to the Emerald Isle, we got to experience a lot of amazing activities in Northern Ireland and Ireland with the pooch; the Giant’s Causeway was one of them. It’s not

Wine Tasting in Edinburgh

  Wine tasting may not be the first activity you think of doing in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, but it is a really food-forward city with lots of delicious options to dine / wine out.  Here is a sneak peak into our recent wine

24 Hours in London

  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

19 Years Old And So Green

  When I was 19 years old I did what most Kiwi kids do… I dropped out of university and went on my ‘big OE’ (Overseas Experience).  Ok, so most of us don’t drop out of uni to do it… but I did.  I had

A Weekend in Aberdeenshire

  I usually never let a long-weekend go to waste – it’s an opportunity for a short break without using up any precious annual leave.  I hadn’t planned anything for the 2017 spring bank holiday (memorial weekend in the USA) because we had lots of