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In BIG pictures: a journey through Cuba

Cuba had been at the top of my travel bucket list for years (I blame Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights) and last month I finally got to fulfil my dream spending two weeks travelling through the land of salsa, rum and endless Caribbean sunshine….

Posted on: March 6th in Caribbean, Our Trips by .

In BIG pictures: a wintry Devon, England

Although mostly deserted this time of year, coastal counties in England take on a new kind of beauty during the winter months. From the proud historical city of Exeter to the seaside town of Teignmouth here are hauntingly beautiful scenes of a wintry Devon, England…

Posted on: February 13th in Our Trips, Travel, UK by .

10 reasons why we think you should visit the Amalfi coast

The 50km stretch of terraced cliffs, winding roads and pastel wedding-cake villages that make up the Amalfi coast rates pretty high on many traveller’s bucket lists. A couple of years ago we flew into Naples, hired a car and explored its craggy charms….

Posted on: January 6th in Europe, Our Trips, Travel by .

In BIG pictures: our travel highlights of 2013

This is the time of year we always like to reminisce and from looking back on all our travels from summer Euro road trips to Liming in St Vincent, 2013 has been quite a year. This is a selection of our favourite travel moments we’ve collected along the way….

Posted on: December 30th in Our Trips, Travel by .

In Autographer pictures: a wintery Edinburgh

When we were asked to try out an Autographer we jumped at the chance; it’s a super smart piece of camera kit, that is helping to pave the way for wearable technology. The Autographer is an intelligent wearable camera – with a wide angle lens, GPS technology and a range of sensors, it automatically captures life as you live it….

Posted on: December 23rd in Our Trips, Travel, UK by .

A Christmas weekend in Edinburgh

Thankfully we can’t think of too many times the weather has played havoc with our travel plans, but when Scotland and the east coast of England experienced its worst storms in 30 years the day before a train trip to see the Christmas markets in Edinburgh, things weren’t so looking good….

Posted on: December 16th in Europe, Our Trips by .

A taste of Tuscany: an Italian cooking experience

Why would you want buy your food pre-packaged from Tesco when you can skip down to the garden and pluck pesticide-free herbs and gather eggs from a happy hen? Locally sourced and welfare-friendly food is becoming a huge trend in foodie circles and where better to indulge in your thoughtful food passion than a sprawling traditional villa nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany…

Posted on: October 10th in Europe, Our Trips, Travel by .

In BIG Pictures: Capture the Colour

Thank you to our friends Goats on the Road for nominating us for the Capture The Colour Competition. Launched by Travel Supermarket, the contest challenges bloggers to select five of their favourite travel photographs that best capture the colour of five categories: red, blue, green, yellow and white…

Posted on: September 27th in Our Trips, Travel by .

Staying in Knightsbridge without breaking the bank

We’ve got to be honest, it’s not often we get to stay in a Knightsbridge hotel. So when Secret hotels offered us a stay in one of the most exclusive parts of London known for its huge department stores, boutique shops and gorgeous eateries we didn’t have to think long about our answer….

Posted on: August 22nd in Our Trips, Travel by .

Cool hotels of London: K West Hotel & Spa

Sat on a quiet residential street in west London, K West Hotel & Spa with its huge glass front exterior, cuts a surreally striking figure, especially amongst the sea of Victorian terraced houses which surround it. Just a mere two minute stroll from Shepherd’s Bush station and the shopping behemoth Westfield London…

Posted on: August 9th in Cool Hotels, Our Trips, Travel, UK by .
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