Home is Where the Heart is – The Côte d’Azur

They say there’s no place like home and it’s true. But what happens if you’re so nomadic that you don’t have a home? No set place to call your own. It’s a strange feeling, but home is in fact where your heart is. And I have to say, my heart is scattered in fragments across…

Instagram for Inspiration

Social media is a funny thing. It has a bad rap recently with different groups of people for different reasons. The biggest factors being that of body image or comparing our lives to those of others. At least that’s what it seems to me by the people I choose to follow and the things I…

Amalfi

We’ve all heard about it. We’ve seen photos and we’ve got an idea of what this coastline is all about, but in reality, we have no idea until we actually visit. It was one of the first places I heard about when I met my husband. He told me all about his job, his life…

The Travel Bug

Traveling is something I’ve been lucky enough to have in abundance since I was a little girl as my family live all over the world. My mother is South African and my father English, so I grew up in England but my mum’s side of the family is large and all of her siblings dispersed…

Keeping busy

I’m sure nobody’s been missing me, but I’m going to go ahead and apologise anyway for going awol the past couple of weeks. As I mentioned before, we were moving the boat from Greece to Italy and had friends with us. We were enjoying our two weeks of downtime and exploring a little & then…

La Vie at Sea

Living on the water is a fun and interesting way of traveling. Getting paid to do it is even better. We have guests on board and go at full steam to make their onboard experience the best, and then when they leave we have time to unwind, enjoy the boat a little as our home…

Let’s talk travel.

Traveling for work is common. A lot of people do it. It comes in all different forms from the odd day-long workshop in a different town, nights away in other parts of the country and working weekends abroad to trips lasting a couple of weeks and those who simply travel for work and are always…