Category: Travel

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A Brick-tastic Trip: LEGOLAND Windsor Review

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be invited along to a mid-week break to LEGOLAND with my boyfriend and his little boy. Having never been before, I was genuinely buzzing to go, especially as we were staying in one of the LEGOLAND hotels and the weather was B E A U T […]

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Two SUP boards by a lake in Knowle

Stand Up Paddleboarding with Croyde Surf Academy

For Mother’s Day earlier in the year, my brother, sister and I had clubbed together to buy a stand up paddle boarding (SUP) lesson, and I’ve been on the search for a new hobby (alongside Geocaching)  so decided that I would accompany her! With this weekend bringing the glorious sunshine to Devon, heading out to […]

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7-Days in Dubrovnik, Croatia

7 Days in Dubrovnik: A Week in Series

The Croatian city of Dubrovnik has long drawn visitors from all over the globe to explore the area’s extensive history and enticing beauty, and is, in fact, amongst the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea! Regarded as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979, the baroque buildings, limestone streets and clear blue waters […]

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24-Hours in Paris

If you’ve not already been to Paris, I would recommend adding it to the top of your bucket list, even if you only visit for 24-hours. It’s a truly incredible destination that is most well-known for the Eiffel Tower. However, there is so much more waiting to be discovered just beyond the surface that makes […]

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Planning a Holiday with No Planes Involved

When I was younger, I wasn’t exactly scared of flying; it just used to make me feel a little anxious. However, after a long-haul flight to and from Thailand, and travelling to and from uni for several years via the sky, I soon got over the nerves. However, my other half does not do well […]

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A woman practising yoga in an infinity pool

5 Ways to Keep Fit on Holiday

I’d just like to start this post by saying that I am by no means saying that you shouldn’t be able to take a break on holiday. But, speaking from experience and from the stories of all my friends, one of the biggest disappointments about their holidays is coming home to find out they’ve piled […]

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Walking through Theoule sur Mer

A Week in the South of France

In September 2016, I visited the South of France for a week and had the most incredible time. It was the first holiday I’d been on with my partner and the first holiday I’d been on of this type (my travels before had included backpacking in Thailand and island hopping in Greece), and I still […]

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Planning my 2018 travel with a map and my macbook

My 2018 Travel Plans

This month so far has absolutely flown by; I had my last hand-in for the first semester of my final year on January 8th and now am starting my literature review for my dissertation – STRESS. Paired with the fact I’m working full-time for the month, the days seem to pass in the blink of […]

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My 2017 Obsession: Geocaching

I have to admit that I get an obsession over certain things quite easily; whether it’s a new jacket I’ve been lusting after, a set of Spectrum brushes, an indulgent dish or over Geocaching! When I first started heading out on these adventures I wasn’t really sure what to expect, it had been recommended by […]

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7 Things Travelling Has Taught Me

I am lucky enough to have been on some incredible trips in my life so far, from family holidays to Germany, to travelling solo to Thailand and enjoying the luxury of a villa (with a hot tub) in the south of France. Every trip teaches me something new, be it about travelling, my personal tastes […]

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