This week I’m having a good old chinwag with Rhianna, a blogger, instagrammer and online lass from rhiannaolivia.com. Hailing from Yorkshire, we chat about the impact of her Dad’s Navy career on her world perspective and childhood trips down south (including being excited at the hovercraft)!

Rhianna talks to me about the joys of being at home and why backpacking and long term travel doesn’t fit with her lifestyle. We both get really excited about music festivals and how they fit into Rhianna’s travel plans and her top tips for how do festivals in style – it isn’t all about cold damp floors and sleeping in tents.

Finally, we talk about all the destinations on Rhianna’s bucket list and how she plans to travel in the future. If you love being at home but still have loads of places you want to see, this is the episode for you.

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