Hi, I'm Ella!
Hey, there! I'm Ella - a 20-something year old born and bred in rainy England. Friends may describe me as cat-obsessed and a massive foodie, especially for sushi! They may also tell you about how clumsy, oblivious and 'off in my own world' I can be.
I've always had a strong desire to travel and immerse myself in different cultures. I've been fortunate enough to travel from an early age, catching the travel bug whilst I was a li'l tot. It wasn't until 7 years ago however, when I took my first solo-trip that I truly fell for travel and the world that lay outside of my experiences - I fell pretty damn hard.
I'm not the most organised of travellers. In fact, some may wonder how I'm still alive after some of the mishaps I have encountered. Like that trip where I nearly got eaten by a hippo 3 times (no exaggeration there) and followed on foot by a pride of lions. Or that time my car broke down in the middle of the desert with the next town over 100km away. Yeah, I'm ditsy, clumsy and disorganised, and whilst this may not be ideal for my stress levels, it sure can provide quality stories!
The height of my passions lie with wildlife. You can ask anyone who knows me just how obsessed I am with animals and they may even tell you (and I do cringe slightly at the memory) that I used to, in my childhood, spend hours following neighbourhood cats with a camera, pretending I was a young female David Attenborough and the cats' adventures were the most exciting thing on earth.
That's a brief introduction! If you want to know more about me, then check out the 'about me' page.
Recent Blog Posts
Imagine a restaurant that serves high-quality local food. A restaurant with gorgeous views of the cyan ocean with lazy palms swaying in the foreground. A restaurant lit up by dozens of fairy lights turning it into a magical little hideout. Now imagine this restaurant is on top of your hotel. That’s Café Luna! A Bajan… Read More
Saturday, 12 October 2019
Barbados has a special place in my heart. It’s somewhere where I know I can relax, giving in to island bliss. It’s an island bordered by golden-sand beaches which seem to stretch on forever and perched upon those idyllic beaches are an array of restaurants and hotels. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit this paradise… Read More
Thursday, 3 October 2019
Barbados is a paradise. Famed for its flawless white-sand beaches and calm cyan waters, you can see why this Caribbean island receives approximately 1 million visitors per year. I’ve been visiting Barbados for as long as I can remember, since I was just learning to walk. There’s a reason I have continued to return here.… Read More
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
The Gambia. A small country perched on the coastline of west Africa, surrounded on three sides by the country of Senegal, except for the western border which meets the Atlantic. It’s a country you may never have heard of, let alone know anything about. If I’m being totally honest with you, I knew nothing about… Read More
Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Los Cristianos is famed for its party scene and being one of Tenerife’s main tourist hubs along the southern coast. I tend to avoid anywhere that is filled with British-like pubs playing football and serving chicken nuggets but Los Cristianos is different. Los Cristianos has sentimental value to me. A couple of years ago, this… Read More
Tuesday, 10 September 2019