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10 things to do in Vienna – a native’s guide

Vienna is a beautiful, cultured city and so much more than just white Lippizzaner horses and Wiener Schnitzel. If you want to get a feel of real Vienna, strike a balance between must-see attractions, little known secrets and fun things that are typical for the Austrian capital. Here is my pocket manual for…

Posted on: July 8th in Europe by .

Exploring Uganda: from lazy days to raging waves

As I touched down in the country Winston Churchill once called “The Pearl of Africa” I wondered why neighbouring Kenya and Tanzania gets the lions share of travel press coverage while Uganda only seems to gets a tiny morsel. When I told my friends I was off to the landlocked East African country…

Posted on: July 8th in Africa by .

A Marrakech kitchen – cooking with Lalla Fatima

On the 18th May we flew out to the exotic North African country to start our seven night Moroccan adventure with the independent travel experts Rickshaw Travel. Spending three days in Marrakech, one of our days was spent in the company of Lalla Fatima at her cooking school…

Posted on: July 4th in Africa by .

Les Misérables – a London VIP show and tour

I have a confession to make. Even though more than 60 million people worldwide have seen Les Miserables on stage and the recent film has turned it into an extraordinary cultural phenomenon, I still haven’t seen the show, the film or even read the book. It’s not to say I haven’t been curious though…

Posted on: July 4th in Travel, UK by .

10 awesome London events to go this summer 

With the summer already in full swing, you shouldn’t be missing out on any more fun. From cool open air movies to lazing around on a city beach, here’s our top picks for 10 awesome London events to go this summer…

Posted on: July 1st in UK by .

Luxury evoJets review: the Carolinas

Though they are separate states with unique identities, both North and South Carolina share some gorgeous attributes for their throngs of yearly visitors. Majestic mountains, lush forests and serene beaches dot the map in both of these classic Mid-Atlantic States. The hospitality of both is also equally legendary…

Posted on: July 1st in Travel by .

Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France: a remembrance trip

As we walked around and listened to the guides, the true tragedy what had happened gradually started to sink in. The number of casualties during WW1 is believed to be around 37 million (with over 16 million deaths) and if you had passed through this particular corner of France towards the end of 1918, nothing would have remained, not a single house, church or even a tree….

Posted on: June 27th in Europe by .

Essential tech kit for a travel blogging geek

Savvy travellers would never leave home without their tech essentials, especially if you’re travel blogger. If you’re someone that needs to keep your blogs and social networks up to date at all hours, then these products could become of your essential travelling kit…

Posted on: June 27th in Travel by .

10 of the most beautiful places to visit in Wales 

Often overlooked in comparison to England and Scotland, Wales actually packs a hell of a lot of beauty into a relatively small mass of land with sprawling mountain ranges, lush green valleys, ragged coastline, gorgeously preserved castles and postcard-pretty market towns. We feel Wales doesn’t receive half the amount of attention it deserves…

Posted on: June 23rd in Beautiful Places, UK by .

Travel intelligence: finding a Caribbean island to suit you

Whether it’s relaxing on the beach or playing water sports, Caribbean vacations offer something for everyone – but with so many islands to choose from, how can you be sure your destination will have everything you need? Here are some things to consider when planning your next Caribbean vacation….

Posted on: June 23rd in Travel by .
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