In my last post about Budapest I talked about the famous ruin bars which dominate the city’s nightlife scene. This time, I’m going to talk to you about a lesser known but still highly popular hotspot for a night out in the Hungarian capital! The Gozsdu udvar, or the Gozsdu courtyard or passage, is a deceptively long walkway in the… View Post

A couple of weekends ago I went up to Leicester for the first time ever to attend the East Mids Meetup, a blogger meet for those of us from the East Midlands. Organised by the wonderful Emmie from Carpe Diem Emmie along with Kirstie, Kirsty and Lianne, the event was held at Manhattan 34, a great little cocktail bar serving all… View Post

All too often I find myself sat at my laptop or on my phone or on the computer during my lunch break at work looking up flights and accommodation in far-off countries. When I’m working, all I’m thinking about is the money I’m earning and saving for my (fingers crossed) big move abroad next year (watch this space – more… View Post

Budapest is a beautiful city full of stunning architecture, fascinating culture and history galore. It’s also a lively, young city and is fast becoming a popular destination for party weekends and stag and hen dos, unsurprisingly so, as their famous ruin pubs are one of the most exciting features of the little city. Mostly situated in the popular Jewish quarter, the… View Post

In true Hannah International style, this post comes a few weeks late. Mid-June, I was spending a weekend in Birmingham with friends and their family, and I sneaked away from them for a few hours on the Sunday to attend my second ever blogging event – the Blogger Tiki Party! Organised by the wonderful Kirsty from Kirsty Leanne, and hosted… View Post