On this episode I get to chat to the wonderful Claire Robinson from the UK travel blog blog Weekend Candy. Claire’s mantra is “two days – make them count”, and I couldn’t be more down with that sentiment. Like me, Claire fits her travels around her job and we chat about planning the perfect weekend escape, finding incredible places to stay and building trips around something historic (we are both nerds after all)!

Another passion we share is gin, and Claire gives us the rundown of her current favourites, and how gin is part of her travel experiences, and I finally get to understand what wild camping actually is!

Claire shares with us her top tips for visiting the Cotswolds and her current home city of Cheltenham – if you like chocolate box villages and cutesy places to explore you’ll love this episode.

Claire Robinson

Are you in desperate need of a brilliant weekend break? Then this podcast episode with @weekendcandy gives you everything you need to plan an incredible getaway for those all important two days.Click To Tweet

Where you can find Claire online:

Things we mentioned on the podcast:

Claire Robinson

How you can listen to the podcast:

Remember to tweet me at @SamRSparrow with the hashtag #thetravelust with your favourite travel tips and memories and your perspective on what we’ve discussed on the show, and check out the back catalogue of my travel chats with other incredible travellers!

Want to know about planning awesome weekend breaks, cute Cotswold villages and having a thing with gin? Listen to this podcast RIGHT NOW!Click To Tweet

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, I’d love you to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts so that more people can be inspired to travel and develop that sense of travelust.

ENJOYED THIS POST? PLEASE PIN IT

UK Weekend Breaks | Planning A Holiday | Weekend Holidays | Travel Tips #traveltips #thetravelust

UK Weekend Breaks | Planning A Holiday | Weekend Holidays | Travel Tips #traveltips #thetravelust

Looking for part-time travel, but full-time fun?

Subscribe, and every fortnight you'll receive inspiration for gorgeous city-breaks, UK travels and offbeat experiences, alongside my own musings and tips on travelling with a full time job.