20 Jan 2022

The Future of World Travel 

When you speak of world travel and what the future holds, it’s hard to imagine the Wright Brothers only took their first successful flight just over 100 years ago. The fixed winged aircraft paved the path of what we call travel today. Little did anyone…


2014 FIFA World Cup Travel 

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has officially begun and is one of the biggest sporting events on the planet, with fans travelling from all corners of the globe. Whether you are a football fanatic or more relaxed unless there’s a World Cup on (like…


Gumball 3000 London 2014 

If you’ve heard of the Gumball 3000, you’ll know it’s a petrol-heads heaven, an annual British motor rally spanning across 3000 miles of the world. This year the Gumball rally began in Miami’s South Beach, embarking on a journey consisting of amazing cities, cultural contrasts…

Travel Tips

50+ Expert Travel Tips 

What do Matthew Kepnes, Samuel Jeffery, Audrey Bergner and Graham Hughes all have in common? They are all expert bloggers in backpacking and world travel and have shared their best travel tips with Round the World we go. We have managed to find the very…

The Family Jones Project

A Saturday in Soho, London 

The late may bank holiday has just gone and it took us to Soho, London. Those who are aware of Soho, theaters, glitter, and London’s ‘naughty district’ may spring to mind, but the labyrinth of rabbit warren like streets have a lot more to offer….


Round the World pins #3 

Happy Friday! This week we have put together some inspiration of images from across the world to help inspire us and hopefully you too! With so much to see in the world it’s hard at times to really decide on where to go next. Do…


Bluebells in Blossom, Fordham 

We have seen a few blog posts floating around recently regarding what is outside of your front door, as let’s face it, you don’t have to travel thousands of miles away to find yourselves getting lost and exploring new places. As we have recently moved…


Flying Sky High 

Before I say anything, take a moment to take in the astounding beauty from the main image taken whilst flying over the south coast of England! As you may have previously read in part I of our flying story, for my birthday Kate had arranged…


We’re on the move 

So you may be questioning why we’ve been a little quiet lately, well the news is we are going to move home! After living on a third floor apartment together for just over a year, we wanted a bit of a change and to make…


125 years of The Eiffel Tower 

125 years ago today, the Eiffel Tower officially opened after just 2 years, 2 months and 5 days of construction. Originally built for the 1889 World’s Fair and named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower; it is still as…