• 48 Hours In Amsterdam – How To Make The Most Of It

    February 14, 2019

    Weekend trips around Europe are quickly becoming my favourite kind of breaks. They require minimal effort (no visas, hand luggage and short flights), cost less (flights for £80 – whaaaaat?) and require minimal time taken off work. For my recent trip to Amsterdam, we didn’t need to take a single day off work. A super early…

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  • Important Tips On How To Fly To America, Stress-Free

    January 5, 2019

    Well, to say that I’ve had a stressful few days would be an understatement. I was meant to go on holiday two days ago, on a sunny cruise vacation with my friend, out of Orlando, Florida. I was supposed to enjoy a week of relaxing, eating all the buffet food, and have my prosecco delivered…

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  • How To Spend 72 Hours In Split, Croatia

    September 20, 2018

    Back in June, we jetted off to Croatia for a week of sun, relaxation and Games of Thrones location sightings. Which was bloomin’ marvellous! We wanted to make the most out of our time so we split our week in half, spending the first few days in Dubrovnik and then spending our last 72 hours…

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  • How To Make The Most Of Your Disney Cruise

    September 4, 2017

    When I tell people that I worked for Disney Cruiseline, so many people are surprised because they had no idea that Disney did cruises! If you live in America it may be a different story, but in England nobody seems to know that it’s a thing. (And you should because the Disney Magic ports out…

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  • My Top 5 Best Brunch Spots In Downtown Toronto

    August 1, 2017

    If you know me, then you know that breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. The pastries, the egg combinations, the meats, the avocados, even the cereals; I love everything about it! So as you can probably assume, brunch is my favourite, because it makes it socially acceptable to eat breakfast at any time…

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  • Wandering Wynwood Walls, Miami

    March 18, 2017

    When you visit the same ports all the time it’s easy to get stuck in a rut of visiting the same places you know every time. In my case, this involves yo-yoing in Miami between Lincoln Road and Target. So today I decided to try somewhere different on my Miami day. Today, myself and my…

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  • A Small Piece Of Tranquility In Nassau

    March 10, 2017

    There’s something to be said in that you can find beauty wherever, as long as you’re looking in the right place. Nassau isn’t particularly my favourite place in the world… which is a shame since we visit there often on our current cruise itinerary. It’s not that Nassau is necessarily a bad place – it’s…

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  • What Am I Waiting For?

    January 20, 2017

    My goal in life is to travel to as many places as possible, and experience as many things as I can. It could be the Sagitarius in me, or the way that our generation thinks, but I think it’s a pretty fair and decent goal! My grandparents did a lot of travelling in their younger…

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  • Toronto Christmas Market Fun

    November 21, 2016

    It’s not truly Christmas season without a good ole Christmas Market! So what better way to spend our last Sunday in Toronto, than at the Distillery District Christmas Market? The lights were glistening, the countdown clock was ticking, and the market stalls were abundant with amazing smelling food, warm drinks, and Christmas ornaments. Oh, and…

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  • Most ‘Instagrammable’ Spots In Toronto

    November 16, 2016

    Toronto is a great city! It has a healthy balance of cosmopolitan areas, to quirky backstreet cafes and thrift shops, to dazzling waterfronts, and cool views from the top of the city. So I figured I would put together a little guide of some of the best spots I’ve found for awesome pictures – and…

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  • Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Run Away To Villefranche…

    August 12, 2015

    I get to see some pretty awesome places with my current job. In the past 6 months I’ve been to Toronto, Florida, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Spain, France, and I’m probably forgetting other places. I get to see the differences between each country; the culture, the landscape, the exchange rate (Norway, I’m…

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