It is a little over 3 months since our last 2017 review and we have been busy little travellers.
We know you remember where we had been and what we had been up to but just in case you need to refresh your memory, you can check out our first 6 months of travels here.
During the last 3 months we have toured throughout Europe. We have been back to the Netherlands, France, England and Scotland to meet up with family and friends, as well as adding new destinations in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Whilst it has been amazing and of course had it’s ups and downs, we are pretty tired and really ready for a month of rest, relaxation and work. Yes, you read that right, work!
We are looking forward to spending this month working on the blog; as it has been a bit neglected with all the fun and frivolity of family and friends.
So you can expect to find lots of new Travel Guides, Travel Tales and Health and Fitness posts, coming at you over the next month or so.
If you can’t wait until we are ready to post a Travel Guide or Traveller’s Tale about any of these or previous destinations we have visited, please contact us and we can email or message you with information about things we loved, didn’t love so much and other stuff you may need to know.
We are sure there will be more than a few of you who are jealous of our chosen destination for this month of RnR and you will have to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to keep up with our daily posts and find out where we are (yes it is Where’s Wally!).
So without further ado, here is how we spent the last 3 months in Europe, since our last review in June 2017:
- Maldegem, Bruges, Ghent
- Malmo, Gothenburg, Stockholm
- Amsterdam, Utrecht
- Paris, Mont St Michel, Calvados, La Cheze, La Peze, Rocamadour, Nice, Grasse, Cannes, Arles
- London, Liverpool, Hayfield, St Albans
- Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dunning, Cullen, Inverness
Looks like you spent those 3 months very well!
Hi Jas, thanks for commenting. We think so, it was a whole lot of fun
That’s a lot of travel! What a fantastic 3 months you’ve had 🙂
Hi Alex, it has been a huge amount of fun but now it is work time. We have actually been travelling for 10 months! Thanks for commenting
looks like you’ve been very busy! looking forward to reading your article on Amsterdam 🙂
Hi Gabby, thanks for your comments, have you subscribed to ensure you get notified when we post about Amsterdam?
You have managed to visit a lot of places in these 6 months! It’s amazing that you got some local experiences as well due to visiting your family. Make sure to include those off the beaten path places in your guides as well. 🙂
Hi Joanna, thanks for commenting, we will be sure to include the off the beaten track places, they are our favourites.
Well, we can see you have been very busy 🙂 And you are not done yet. You have such great destination on your list! How was your French escapade?
Hi Em, thanks for your comments. We are currently in L’Isle sur la Sorgue and loving it, the French road trip was lots of fun. Keep an eye out on the blog for our post. Happy Travels
You’re gonna be pretty busy! I wanna do that someday. I’ll be waiting for your Europe post.
Hi Carla, thanks for your comments, we sure are busy but enjoying looking back over our travels and it will keep us going for at least this month. Have you subscribed so you get a warning of a new post?
So adventurous:) I want to do that one day! So jealous to see All the pics thanks for sharing
Hi Jackie, thanks for commenting on our blog post, you can check out more of our pics on Instagram. Have you followed us yet?
You’ve done so much in three months, I can’t wait to read all about it. Where was your favourite destination? Would love to visit the Baltic countries!
Hi Lana, thank you for your comments. It is always hard to choose a favourite but Tallinn was gorgeous and as always we love Scotland. Keep an eye out for our tips on the Baltic countries, they are amazing. Happy Travels
You’ve traveled so much! Can only say that I’m jealous
Hi Jay, thanks for commenting. We hope you can get to travel more soon too
Crazy cool travel schedule! You guys are blessed. Waiting for your posts now when you’ll start writing.
Hi Petya, thank you for commenting on our post, we are busily writing away. Hope you can stay tuned for the stories
Wow what an adventure! There are so many places to discover in Europe.
Hi Laura, there are so many more to see yet. Thanks for commenting
Looks like you had quite an eventful time during eh past 3 months. Great going!
Hi Sindhu, thank you for commenting, we have lots of stories to tell. Stay tuned
wow, sounds like you guys have been really busy. I can;t believe how many countries you have visited. Cant wait to read about all your adventures and grow you blog more. all the best.
Hi Bee, it has been a crazy busy time but also very enjoyable. Thanks for your comments
Such an amazing itinerary! Sounds like such an exciting adventure and I can’t wait to read more! Also, I know how you feel about having some “down-time” after such extensive traveling – it can take a lot out of you physically and mentally!
Hi Yesh, thanks for commenting, it sure can take a lot out of you and we are really enjoying lazy mornings, slow work afternoons and getting some blogging done. We hope you enjoy the stories
6 MONTHS! I envy you so much guys – this sounds like an amazing trip! I can’t wait for you to post a lot of new stuff when you finish “working” on your blog. Now I rush to read your post from Warsaw – it’s my city and I’m really curious how was your experience. Next time in Poland please make sure to visit Krakow – in my opinion it’s one of the best cities!
That’s a lot of destinations in 3 months! We look forward to reading some stories 🙂 It’s always good to catch up with friends and family!
Hi Zara, thanks for commenting on our blog. It was great to catch up with family and friends, now we need to rest and recover
That’s inspiring. I want these many travel stamps on my passport too. Am envious of you guys. Sweden and Norway are so winning in my list. I can’t wait to read your travel story about Scotland. Since it’s a lil pricey we have been postponing it from quite a long time.
Hi Moimehr, thanks for your comments. Sweden and Norway are great, we hope you can get there soon. Scotland is fantastic and there are lots of ways to save money. Keep an eye on the blog for some budget tips. Happy Travels
Wow! Must say I’m a little green with envy!! Can’t wait to read all about your adventures. Where was your favourite place in the last 6 months?
Hi Jem, thanks for your comment and question. We always find picking a favourite really hard, Tallinn was a great little city with very few tourists and Copenhagen was just gorgeous.
I am surprised by your long list of countries. It looks like you have a very enjoyable time in Europe. I am looking forward to Europe after reading some of your posts. Keep up the good work!
Hi Valerie, thanks for commenting. We have been so busy and it is hard not to love Europe, with such diverse and fascinating cultural and history
Lots of places you’ve been in 3 months! That’s amazing. Monaco is the first thing that caught my eye. I’d love to read more about that destination. What I’ve seen so far of Monaco is beautiful!
Hi Tifanee, thank you for your comments. Keep watching and you will find a post about our day trip to Monaco, such an extravagant place
Wow so busy travelling! Can’t wait for updates to all the places you have travelled in the past 3 months. Looking forward to seeing more, I love the way you organize your blog!
Hi Anna, thanks for your comments, we love getting positive feedback about the blog! We have been so busy and now it is time to settle down for a bit, luckily it’s in Provence!
I really look forward to the day Mike and I can commit to travelling for months at a time. We are tethered to our hometown right now for a variety of reasons, but soon! I look forward to reading more about your adventures.
Hi Theresa, thanks for commenting. Your recent trip was amazing too. We know you will love long term travel, it is such a wonderful experience although my poor suitcase is suffering
Wow, commendable! I do not think I’d be able to spend 3 months on the road, in one go. I do begin to get slightly homesick after a while. But you have managed to cover so much ground, you did a great job!
Hi Medha, thanks for your comments, we are actually up to 10 months on the road now! And I could do it forever but Ian gets a little homesick too.
Way to go Catherine 🙂
Most folks tend to skip eastern Europe – I’m curious to read about your trips to the Baltic countries.
Hi Mario, thanks for your comments. The Baltic states are incredible and everyone should give it a go, quite different to the usual European destinations.
Wow, that’s a lot! You guys were busy.
Hi Monica, thanks for commenting, we are so glad to slow down now and get some work done
Beautiful travel tales you have shared on your three months long Europe tour. I have traveled extensively in Europe.
And now listening interesting Europe tales through your posts. Thanks.
Thank you Indu, for your comments.
That’s a lot of travel! I’d love to hear about which destinations you enjoyed the most and some reasons why. On average how long did you spend in each place?
Hi Brittany, thank you for commenting on our post. It was a lot of travel, we spent about a week in each country although we did have a friend travel with us, who is a first time traveller so we rushed we did the pack it all in quickly few weeks with him. Have you subscribed to the blog? Please do and you will be able to tell where we loved and where did not so much love. Cheers
Wow you’ve been pretty busy! I am looking forward to a lot of post about Europe soon 🙂 That was quite a route. Especially looking forward to posts about Scotland since I’ve never been and would like to go soon too!
Hi Kate, thank you for commenting. We love Scotland and are looking forward to publishing our Travel Tales, itinerary and Travel Guide. Let us know if you need any help with your plans. Happy Travel Planning