So whilst embarking on my sixth flight and holiday of the year, I, Hannah Ajala almost missed my flight! It’s a long story. But these are important tips I learnt and will forever ensure to keep them in mind for future.
I have received so many food suggestions from people of places I must go to for food in New York. I had done my research before travelling so knew I’d be good – the last time I visited in 2014, food was definitely on my mind. But I was pretty open to a lot of choices.
Let’s be honest, when we hear ‘Milan’ we usually think of the overly bourgeoisie lifestyle, where several tourists buy the most expensive things and lack gaining true culture of the city. Not this toutist!
I’ve travelled and revisited ten EU countries in total.
Working in broadcasting, having friends from a law background, and being an avid social media follower has exposed several different views and opinions as to whether and why Britain should leave the European Union.
A friend and I did the biggest Google search into the hottest part of Spain to travel to, due to being in dire need of heat and a fun-filled getaway.
Before I start this post, going away every other month was genuinely something I never thought I’d imagine doing. But with a bit of budgeting and forward planning, it happened!
Here are the main points I always ensure and consider in order to travel every other month:
1. We get loads of time off work.
No we don’t. We get the same 19 (28, including bank holidays in the UK) holiday days that you do. We don’t take days off for doctors appointments, we savour our holiday days for actual h o l i d a y s.
2. We have loads of money.
Nope, even my friends that don’t travel as much as I do make more money than me. I save here and there and decide if some of my pay goes towards a holiday.