Jaillen Yehia

Camping


Weekend Shortcut: Eco Camping In Sussex Woodland at Beech Estate

Written by Jaillan Yehia

Do you love getting into the outdoors, cooking on an open fire and sleeping under the stars? If you’d asked me that very question just a few years ago I would have answered firmly in the negative; as I didn’t understand just how amazing a camping break can be. These days my feelings about camping […]

Bringing Camping Home From Canada: My Ultimate Camping Checklist

Written by Jaillan Yehia

I blog about lots of travel experiences here, like delicious foodie weekends away in the UK or chilled out sunny holidays in the Balearics, but one thing I’ve never really talked about online is actually one of the single most defining travel experiences of my life: falling in love with camping while living in British […]

Going Glamping: A South East Safari At Kent’s Port Lympne

Written by Jaillan Yehia

I’ve been looking forward¬†to writing about my short break safari at Kent’s Port Lympne Reserve ever since I got home. But every time I sit down to tell you about the experience, I end up getting distracted by all¬†my photos of the cute¬†baby rhino, ickle giraffe and all the other animals they have roaming around […]

Road Trip Checklist: 6 Practical Things To Know Before You Go

Written by Jaillan Yehia

I’ve just bought my first car, and for a traveller like me, that must mean more road trips! It may not be anything fancy but it is the first car that’s ever had my name on the registration papers, so I’m pretty keen to take good care of it. And I’m also keen to take […]

10 Travel Lessons To Transform Your 2016 Trips

Written by Jaillan Yehia

I’ve picked my own top 10¬†travel highlights from the last year¬†and reverse engineered them to calculate just what made them so memorable and share my¬†ultimate list of travel lessons to keep in mind while you plan your 2016 trips. As travel addicts we want it all and we want it everywhere – but these 10¬†travel […]

Classic Canadian Lake Camping At Weaver Lake BC

Written by Jaillan Yehia

If you’re looking for a scenic yet rustic Canadian camping experience, within a 2 hour drive of downtown Vancouver – and one that doesn’t require a 4×4 to access –¬†this small picturesque lake offering trout fishing, boat rental and hiking¬†near Harrison Mills, is a great option for adventurous locals and holidaymakers alike. Let me tell […]