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.
After reading all the internet had to offer on the infamous Belgrade to Budapest Overnight Train I was a little worried about catching the train! I spoke to our hostel to double check that our decision was the right one and that we wouldn’t end up robbed or stranded somewhere. He laughed and mutter ahh […]
As of the 5th of November, the whole service has changed and it’s no longer the same Premium Service offering by UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI). There is a new service called UK Visa and Citizenship Application Service (UKVCAS) which is run by Sopra Steria in partnership with UK Visas and Immigration. I have searched […]
Sintra is probably one of the most visited spots in Portugal and for good reason! Get ready to explore the colourful Palace of Pena, marvel in the old Castle of the Moors, get lost in the beautiful gardens of Quinta da Regaleira or enjoy one of the many hiking paths. Don’t forget about the incredible […]
Perth has such a laid-back attitude, good weather, beaches and overall great lifestyle. It’s not a city you visit in a rush, take your time, enjoy the laid-back attitude, explore one of our awesome brunches, get some serious outdoors in, take a lovely beach walk and make sure you watch one of Western Australia’s great […]
The Life in the UK test is a key requirement if you plan on settling in the UK. After having gone through the test I thought I would share my experience, all the questions I had, what the process was, the experience on the day of the test and some suggested ways to learn about […]
Now that you have made the big decision to move to the UK (congratulations!) you are probably thinking how much money should I save to move. I recommend bringing over £5,000 as a single person. A budget like this will help you cover three months accommodation, travel, food, six weeks’ worth of bond money, being […]