Buses, trains but no planes by Alison Laycock

This is my latest travel book which I have recently uploaded to Amazon Kindle. I have been writing it since 2019 on and off and am very pleased to have finished it ready for people to purchase, read and review hopefully. I had thought this would be my first travel book as I started writing it in 2019 after publishing my first book ‘Being the Best You Can Be” and then ‘We all Walk our Own Camino’ came through to me and I had to complete that book when it called me. 

‘Buses, trains but no planes: 23 countries and 45 places in 7 months’ covers my travels around Europe from 2018 to 2019 where I travelled by (yes you’ve guessed it) buses and trains but no planes despite being told it would be so much quicker. The whole appeal of Europe is surely that it can be travelled so easily from border to border rather than airport to airport. 

Some of the countries it covers include: France, Italy, former Yugoslavian countries, Albania, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein and many more. There is a travel journal at the end along with the journal prompts which come throughout the book along with information about the places visited as well as travel aspects such as minimalism whilst travelling, intentional travel, self-care. 

If you are interested in travel, solo travel, journaling, Europe travel and/or travel stories then please check out the link below to buy the book at £5.99.

Buses, trains but no planes: 23 countries and 45 places in 7 months https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0B5HLS198/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_8Y2YJQBV5010PRANSQE2

Love for imperfect things: Haemin Sunim

With the subtitle ‘How to Accept Yourself in a World Striving for Perfection’, this is a worthy sequel to ‘The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down’. This book holds a key message that will benefit anyone who picks it up, whether you choose passages or read it all the way through, there will be something which resonates with you.      Continue reading “Love for imperfect things: Haemin Sunim”