Find out about some incredible days out in Dorset, including visits to vineyards, water sports, pretty villages, coastal walks and more.
Dorset – oh how beautiful you are! I know I’ve said this about a few regions of England, but I genuinely can’t believe it’s taken me so long to explore this magnificent part of England.
I’ve just got back from an incredible city break to Split in Croatia. Come and find out all the best things to do, including where to catch the best views, where to eat, day trips and more in my handy Split travel guide!
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People often ask me what my favourite countries are, and Croatia is ALWAYS in my top 5. I just love it there. Why do I think it’s so special? For starters, the colour of the water, the incredible landscapes, the ancient cities, the islands… and so much more. It’s no wonder I’ve been every year for the past four years.
I’ve visited Split once before, but only had a day there. This time I visited for three nights and enjoyed a city break with the perfect balance of adventure and relaxation.
Check out my video, then scroll down to find out all about planning the perfect Split city break!
From riding the world’s longest zipline, to relaxing at a beautiful resort, find out more about visiting Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.
Since writing my quick guide to the UAE, I was excited to share a little more info on one place in particular – Ras Al Khaimah.
But where is Ras Al Khaimah, I hear you ask?
Ras Al Khaimah is one of seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. Everyone knows Abu Dhabi and Dubai, but the other five are a lot less visited. And you know what – this is GREAT news for anyone planning a trip!
My advice, visit before they’re as well known as the other two. Have a play with the map and you’ll spot Dubai a little way south of RAK. It actually only takes around an hour to drive from Dubai to RAK.
While I find Dubai fascinating, and I loved Abu Dhabi’s cultural elements, Ras Al Khaimah really struck a chord. Meaning the ‘top of the tent’, RAK is the fourth largest emirate and is known for its contrasting landscapes of epic mountains, beautiful beaches and desert dunes.
We enjoyed a really great mix of food, relaxation and adrenaline during our few days there. If I was to recommend a route, it’d be to fly into Abu Dhabi and spend a few days exploring The Louvre, the Grand Mosque and the theme parks, then head to Ras Al Khaimah for two days to enjoy my suggestions below, then finish with a few days exploring Dubai. You get a bit of everything that way!
For me, there are two sides to RAK… resorts and relaxation AND landscapes and adrenaline.
Scroll down to find out all about Ras Al Khaimah, but first, check out the video of our time in the UAE with Rotana.
Hot off the press!! It’s time to share my brand new YouTube channel trailer with you… Afternoon guys! I’ll keep this brief, but LOOOOOOOK – I’ve edited together some of my most inspirational, exciting adventures into a lovely little YouTube …