I started off the month with an amazing trip to The Philippines, but sadly the flight was cancelled and I now have five days of “reserve”, which basically means I can be pulled out for any flight if for example another crew calls sick… fingers crossed for something nice.
Then I have a week of leave where I am heading to The Netherlands for my boyfriend’s birthday.
After that things get a little bit more normal… View Post
Africa for me is a fairly mysterious continent that before becoming cabin crew I had never explored. This year I have been lucky enough to visit Cape Town, Nairobi and Harare where I safari-ed and climbed the famous Table Mountain, but a layover in Accra gave me an opportunity to get a glimpse of African life. View Post
One of the great things about the company I work for is they have a destination bidding system, which basically means you can bid for destinations that you want to go to – although of course there are no guarantees. I have always wanted to go on an African safari and so I decided to bid for Nairobi, Kenya, because it is well known for being the gateway for some of the best African safaris. Now sadly for me I only had one day so I embarked on a mini safari with three other crew members around the Nairobi National Park and it was a great way to experience a safari without spending a week out in the bush (although I would definitely like to do that when I have more time). View Post
There is no doubt about it, Japan is a destination for foodies so I thought I would dedicate an entire post to everything I ate. From sushi to ramen to tea flavoured pastries, Japan has something to delight all taste buds. As an avid sushi eater and tea drinker, I couldn’t wait to get stuck into all the tasty treats, which are available only in Japan, as after all eating different food is one my favourite things to do while travelling. View Post
Welcome to part two of my Japanease travel diary, if you missed the first part of my Japanese journey you can read it here, otherwise lets get on with the second instalment… View Post