Welcome to my blog!

About

Hi there! I’m Kitti a Hungarian girl, based in the UK, who took her first flight when she was 21. Yes, you read it correctly. I was 21 years old when I boarded my first ever flight to London heading to Cardiff to become an au pair.

Now I’m 29 and I have already visited a few more countries (also lived in 3 different ones), experienced different cultures, tried many cuisines and met with amazing people along the way.

I finally decided to sit down and summarise all my past and future experiences in a travel blog. I’d like to show you all my adventures and share some of my useful advice I learned through the years. Hope you’ll join my journey around the world!

Countries Visited

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Latest Posts

Discovering Hidden Gems in Macclesfield Forest

Do you like walks that make you feel as if you could be anywhere in the world? If so, read on because Macclesfield Forest is filled with some of the

Monsal Dale and Wye Valley – A 10 km Circular Walk

In this blog post, I’d like to bring you along on a lovely (quite muddy!) walk in the Derbyshire countryside, at Monsal Dale. This particular circular route will show you

Padley Gorge – A Mystical Woodland Walk in the Peak District

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to walk through an enchanted forest? If so, I have good news for you. I think I found one of the most magical

Chasing Autumn Colours at Quarry Bank Mill in England

As the forecast wasn’t looking great, we decided to stay close to home and explore our backyard a bit more. This time we visited Quarry Bank Mill, a National Trust

Halloween Ghost Hunting at Bolsover Castle

Since it’s Halloween, let me share something a bit different with you. A couple of weeks ago a Ghost Hunting event at Bolsover Castle was advertised in my mailbox. What

Three Shires Head – Where Three Counties Meet

I’ve been wanting to visit the charming Three Shires Head in the Peak District National Park for a long time. There’s just something about waterfalls, no matter how small or big,

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