In light of the current situation, we have been creating data visualisations to really put into perspective what is currently going on around the world.This page will be where you can find updated data and visuals. We will be updating these each day with the latest data from the ECDC (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control).Further data has also been sourced from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering, particularly in regards to data on states, provinces, territories and regions in countries around the world.

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and it's one of my hobbies to not say 'I love you' to my boyfriend. Not to just never say it (that would be a bit odd), but rather to say it in a different language. It's become almost a ritual where he says 'I love you', I respond with 'I love you' in another language and he asks 'what's this one?' As a massive language nerd, it's pretty fun.So you can learn how to say I love you in every European language, I've created this blog post of translations and fun language facts. Read on to find out how to say I love you in different languages!

[UPDATED 15TH MARCH 2020]It feels like there has been nothing else in the news aside from Coronavirus in the last few weeks and, in all honesty, that's really because there hasn't. Each day we have seen more and more articles about rising numbers of confirmed cases and even news about entire travel bans and countries on lockdown.There have been many questions about what to do during the outbreak and whether you should still travel during the outbreak and which countries you should avoid entirely. Some people are in the 'don't stop travelling' boat while others say that everyone should stop travelling until the virus is contained. So, which is it? Should we still travel? Should we cancel all plans? How are we affected if we do?We are here to try and answer some of the questions surrounding Coronavirus as well as travelling during the outbreak.Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional myself. This article was written utilising many reputable sources including the WHO, CDC, NHS and studies in medical journals.

If you've been following me on Instagram, then you've likely noticed that I'm spending a lot of time in Gibraltar. If you aren't (maybe you came here from Google or Pinterest), then you've been missing out on all the awesome things to do in Gibraltar that I've been posting about on my feed and showing on my stories. It's currently half true that I live in Gibraltar now - I spent the entirety of the last month there as well as a week in November and a week in December 2019.Spending so much time in Gibraltar has really enabled me to properly explore the territory, as well as venture further afield into Spain. Before I started dating my boyfriend (the reason I sorta/kinda live in Gibraltar now), I didn't know much about this British Overseas Territory at all - I'd never visited before and I didn't really know what the main sights were other than that big ass Rock everyone talks about.In this article, I'm going to cover the top ten most awesome things you can do in Gibraltar. It's a mix of sightseeing, cool things you can only do in Gibraltar and some food and drink recommendations. Keep an eye out for more articles on things to do in Gibraltar as well as Gibraltar itineraries in the near future!

It can be hard to choose Valentine's day gifts for your partner, especially if they love to travel. After all, a trip would be one of the ultimate romantic travel gifts but it's not always possible within a budget! When buying Valentine's Day gifts for your travel-loving partner, it's much better to go for meaning and experience rather than value (and, indeed, for any Valentine's gifts!).This year is my first Valentine's Day that I'll be celebrating with a partner in four years so I've been scouring the internet for the ultimate romantic travel gifts to make sure I have the perfect gift. Since I was doing that anyway, here are some annoyingly adorable and cute (and some less annoyingly adorable and more practical) gifts for the special travel lover in your life.

After my first trip to Morocco, I knew I wanted to go back. However, Morocco is not necessarily the most stress-free holiday destination due to a few aspects (like constantly trying not to be sold to in the souk) so I definitely wanted to see part of Morocco in a much more relaxing way.

When I heard about the opportunity to relax at Agadir's Robinson Club - one of the best examples of all inclusive in Agadir - I jumped at it. This would be the perfect way to see an area of Morocco I hadn't yet been to and to be in Morocco but relax at the same time.This was actually my first ever all-inclusive resort experience and I thought I might get bored of being in one place... but it absolutely surpassed all my expectations. Read on to find out exactly why you should do Agadir all inclusive and all the reasons to stay at ROBINSON Club Agadir!Disclosure: I travelled to Agadir as part of a paid campaign with ROBINSON. All opinions are, as always, my own. There may also be some affiliate links within my content that help me to keep this blog running at no cost to you.

Paris is, without a doubt, one of my favourite cities for Christmas decorations and Christmas lights. The ‘City of Light’ is a festive treat every single year with incredible decorations in many of the main areas of the city, as well as some of the biggest department stores like Galeries Lafayette. Christmas in Paris is definitely something to experience!There are also some smaller, less well-known spots dotted around the city that are worth a visit if you have the time. I’m not the most festive when it’s early December (I’m at least a mid-December person) but I was definitely feeling the Christmas spirit exploring these spots in Paris!