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A close longtime friend of mine recently set off on her first proper adventure, with her husband in tow for six months to a variety of different countries and she has quickly discovered some fundamental truths that those of us who have gallivanted around the globe know from experience. In this world of constant social […]

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The oft gray skies of Dublin may be drenched by pouring rain, but within that exists a population of smiling, kind and welcoming people which will make you glad you made the effort to come to the Emerald Isle, even if its only brief. The beauty of Dublin is that you can walk to almost […]

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Hello friends, I hope you’ve had a great week and brunch is involved for some easy conversation. I thought I would firstly explain how this new feature came about because I’m not really known for doing videos and these posts aren’t about food or travel exclusively. Basically, a few weeks ago I lay in bed, […]

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Austria is a small country in the heart of Europe that has seen itself most recently pulled into news stories in the joint kindness of it’s governments to accept refugees running from their war torn countries. It’s an idyllic little piece of country filled with mountains, lakes and so much greenery that it’s almost too […]

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My journey to Reykjavik began on Icelandair with an evening flight that allowed the national airline to show off it’s special ‘northern lights’ feature as we flew ever closer to this island nation’s shores and a mixture of local artists played over the airwaves as we boarded and departed. Landing at midnight with a glimmer […]

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One of the hottest or rather most popular countries on the planet right now is Iceland. A majestic land of volcanoes, waterfalls and lots of mountains it is only a 3 hour flight from London, though it feels like it could be at the ends of the earth and almost is. With it’s incredible scenery […]

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Not all who wander are lost – J.R.R Tolkien Having the spent the majority of my twenties with my feet touching countless pieces of earth, it seems only fair to reflect back on what it means to be a wanderer in the most freeing decade of ones life. The vast majority of those travels have […]

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“Once you visit Turkey, you can’t not go back.” Those words were uttered to me and my mother as we awaited for a flight to depart to European shores many many years ago and those words always stuck, they lingered at the back of my mind with each new destination I set out on until […]

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Riding the train into the landlocked Czech Republic in the darkness of night, there isn’t much to suggest of what you will see upon rolling into its largest and capital city, Prague, or better known as Praha to the locals. Expecting a winter wonderland, even on the coldest day during my visit there was no […]

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If you were to put a pin down on the map of Germany there would likely not be many thoughts if it landed on a small town in Lower Saxony called Goslar. It is just one of the many historical little towns scattered throughout the country, this charming little town is idyllic, full of history […]

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Within the ‘Happy New Year’ wishes and endless conversations of resolutions, one that we usually want for a new year is to see more of this grand globe we get to live on. This is of course a difficult task because travel is determined by budget, holiday entitlement with work and any number of personal […]

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There is endless to say about New York, more specifically the Manhattan I know and love endlessly. To the world it’s a harsh cold city, but all that stands out when you are there on the concrete streets are the people who look you in the eye and recognize your presence with the nod of […]

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Philadelphia is the quiet city that I imagine would make you comfortable enough to never want to leave. Sure when it’s light out there are parts of the city full of tourists lining up around the corner to get a glimpse at the history that was made here at the beginning of a new nation, […]

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