Welcome to my blog. My name is Kirstin and I am here to show you that you can travel and see the world without quitting your day job (or going over your holiday allowance limit!)
I started this travel blog as a little outlet for me. I used to scrap book for a few years but realised this was too much time, I wasn’t showing it to anyone and I also rarely uploaded photos on Facebook. People started to complain, so here we are!
The title Lets Go Somewhere Else was born when I realised that people were remembering me as Kristin and I had a little panic no one would ever be able to find me online if I told them my name.
My childhood was spent roaming around the English countryside with my small family. Armed with a tent (and a kettle – apparently the most important item) we ventured in to places like Weymouth and Cornwall. I don’t want to say that I came from a poorer than average background, but honestly and realistically, I did. It wasn’t until I was 19 that I took my first trip abroad for my birthday – Paris.
It was soon after that trip that I hopped on a plane for the first time too. My first flight was to NYC was later that year. (I really jumped in at the deep end there, 9 hours!) It was after this trip that despite my fear of flying, my love for travel went way beyond a yearly holiday.
I currently live in London, UK where I was born and raised. I also am currently working as an Office Coordinator for a big travel company.
I have a Photography Diploma under my belt and I really enjoy writing too. I also really like Disney, but I think this will be apparent when you read my blog!
…and that’s me! I hope you enjoy my website and if you want to contact me at all you can do so here: KirstinDalton@yahoo.com
Please note that I do not accept guest posts.
Interserve Magazine (Internal)– “Why Mental Health & Travelling Are The Perfect Pair” – Page 15
Attraction Tickets Direct – “Things To Do In Paris When It Is Raining” (Click here to read)
British Airways Up To Speed Magazine (Internal) – Perfect Days Feature – Visiting Bruges