sophieannetaylor

A travel blog with a splash of lifestyle

Thursday, 23 March 2017

TWENTY TRAVEL EXPERIENCES BEFORE TWENTY


Hello everyone! So today is my twentieth birthday…a birthday I personally did not want. Why? I wanted to be a teenager forever essentially, but alas we do have to grow old *cries*. However, I am so excited for what’s ahead in my life but also happy for what’s happened. So today’s post is all about twenty things I have seen in the world before 20 (since of course this is a travel blog) Of course I’ve seen more than 20 things as most people have, but I’ve just picked my personal favourites... so lets begin!
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Monday, 20 March 2017

TAKING BREAKS AND COUNTING BLESSINGS


Hello again, I write far too many of these posts, apologising for not blogging or being present online. But, to be honest, should I or anyone else for that matter feel guilty? Long story short a lot has happened in my personal life recently and I guess it's just sent me over the edge.
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Thursday, 23 February 2017

WHY JAPAN?


The amount of times I have been asked that short question...

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Monday, 20 February 2017

HOW TO CHILL OUT IN KRAKOW, POLAND


After visiting Warsaw, Gdansk and Sopot, I finally made it to Krakow. Which is rather strange as Krakow is the most popular Polish city for tourists and definitely a good way to start. It’s raved about nonstop and whenever I told people I had never been to Krakow, they seemed shocked! So this January I finally got to give this beautiful city a visit.
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Monday, 6 February 2017

VISITING THE WINTER WONDERLAND OF ZAKOPANE, POLAND


So this January, I decided to book a trip away. With two and a half weeks off, I had to take advantage of the opportunity to go away for a winter break. Of course, as many of you know, my travel bucketlist is quite long, and there are so many places I wish to see. When my friend Vicky and I came together and realised we wanted a cheap but lovely wintery break away, but also a city break, Krakow and the South of Poland sprung to mind. I’m a big fan of travelling Poland and I’m always dying to see more of the country whenever I can, and so after much googling and talking to people I discovered Zakopane. Once I’d researched the logistics and cost, there was no way I wasn’t coming here. 
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Thursday, 2 February 2017

HIKING MORSKIE OKO, POLAND


When researching my trip to Zakopane, I came across stunning photos of the Lake Morskie Oko. Being a great lover of mountains, walking, and stunning views, I knew I really wanted to give the whole thing a go. However, there were very few posts in English about Lake Morskie Oko and nothing regarding how to get there. But with much dedication, I worked how to get there and had an amazing day.  
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Thursday, 19 January 2017

SPENDING AN AFTERNOON IN EDINBURGH


Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities in the UK and I really believe it is so underrated, and as a result of half of my family being Scottish, I get to visit Edinburgh quite frequently and am no newbie to the city. I recently got to visit again in November for a last minute trip to see family, on this occasion I only spent a few hours in the city before catching a train back to London. However, this is how I spent my afternoon and I feel as though for newcomers to Edinburgh, these spots are lovely for a relaxed wintery afternoon, especially if you've had enough of Edinburgh Castle and bagpipes on the Royal Mile. Plus most of the things I am mentioning are very friendly for your purse!
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