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.
London has a sea of bold skyscrapers and the most interesting being in the city of London such as the Walkie Talkie, Cheese Grater, Gherkin and Heron Tower. What better way to enjoy London’s view than in one of these wonderful buildings capturing panoramic views across the city. Here are my top five places with […]
The Swan Valley in Perth, Western Australia has an award-winning food and wine trail so with that in mind, as you can imagine it has remarkable wineries, restaurants and cafes, breweries and distilleries, arts, crafts and local produce. You can either get a tour bus (generally around $100) or a self-drive tour which you will […]
Street art and graffiti has really skyrocketed in the last couple of years and now some cities are totally embracing this as a part of their identity especially in London’s East End. Shoreditch has incorporated this as a part of the vibe and feel of the area. It’s now is a hotspot for famous street […]
Warsaw’s history is well known, the city was destroyed in WWII and now is home to varied architecture from neoclassical palaces to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers. Here is my Ultimate Weekend Guide to Warsaw. Saturday Morning Learn the history of Warsaw by taking a walking tour. Warsaw Old Town was destroyed in WWII. Iron […]
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is a picturesque park surrounded by mountains, a vast network of caves, tropical forests and underground rivers. I highly recommend adding this to your Vietnam tour! Since 2003 the park has been listed as a Unesco World Heritage and is a perfect place for those who desirable adventure. The […]
Calling all beer lovers, London has the perfect thing for you! The Bermondsey Beer Mile. Located in southeast London is a stretch of elevated train tracks where a bunch of brewers decided to cleverly to locate their microbreweries under the railway arches. Luckily for us, the public, the breweries open their doors to the public […]
If you were born in a Commonwealth country, chances are that you have ancestral ties to the United Kingdom (UK). If it were your grandparent/s that were born in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man you may be eligible for UK Ancestry visa. The visa allows you to work and live […]
You can see why Russia is fast becoming a popular tourist destination with magnificent attractions like the Hermitage, the Kremlin, Kazan Cathedral, St Isaac’s Cathedral, Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood and St Basil’s Cathedral. There are a few things you need to know before heading to Russia and I have detailed 19 […]
Moscow is renowned for Red Square, the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral, the list could go on. It’s the capital of Russia, has an astounding 13.5 million people that live there and 9 million people a day catch the metro. Ok, so 13.5 million isn’t a lot when you think about Beijing or Delhi but […]
The Moscow Metro is known as one of the most efficient and cheapest underground transit systems in the world and I would have to say the Moscow Metro is also one of the most beautiful. The stations are tourist attractions in their own right. The idea behind the stations was to make the city’s metro stations “palaces for […]