Hey There! I am Kat. The idea of the blog originated when I packed up my life in 2013 to move to London to start a new adventure. What a roller-coaster that was! It took me a while but I finally got there and I created Kat’s Gone Global in 2017.
On my blog you’ll find the practical information I learnt about moving to the UK, my explorations around London and budget-friendly travel tips that will help you avoid making my terrible mistakes.
You can see why it’s Russia’s Cultural Capital with buildings like The Hermitage, The General Staff Building and other museums that have gathered true masterpieces of painting, sculpture and jewellery. It’s also home to the Mariinsky and Mikhailovsky Theatres which host Russia’s famous ballets. Summer is a fantastic time to visit St Petersburg, especially with […]
Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital. The city is buzzing, chaotic and energetic. It keeps you on your toes with the flurry of scooters, constant beeping and occasional risk of losing your life crossing the road. Also fantastic if you love food! Top Tip: Organise a tour with Hanoi Kids, the tours are meant to be amazing […]
With our short timeframe of two days, we covered a lot of ground, 800 km’s to be exact. We managed to do quite an amazing Whistle Stop Tour to what the Perthians call Down South which covers Margaret River and the South Coast. It’s not an area you can do without a car or at […]
Most of us have heard about Cambridge from its prestigious colleges and regatta on the Thames between Cambridge and Oxford. Each university has claimed great minds, just taking in Cambridge town itself is to think of individuals likes Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawking wandering around the campuses and town. How to Get to Cambridge London […]
Hoi An is different to the other cities in Vietnam, it’s a lot more peaceful and relaxed. There are lots of elements that make Hoi An a charming city, from its signature lanterns, to the mixture of architecture and canals, making it a great place to visit. Getting to Hoi An Hoi An is pretty […]
Portugal was never on my Europe to do list until recent times and I am disappointed in myself that I didn’t add it sooner! Porto exceeded my expectations and cemented why I am starting to fall in love with Portugal. It has good quality food, wine, port (which is no surprise) and custard tarts which […]