Dan’s Guest Post: The Lichfield and Kakadu National Parks

Time for another guest post – yay! This one is from my friend from way back when, Dan (it feels so weird writing that…. you’ll always be Seymour to me…. well… ‘Cmor’, because when we were tweens we wrote everything phonetically). He’s an even keener travel bug than I am – I’m never quite sure […]

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Travel on a Budget: How to Save Money In Norway

So here it is … the last (and belated) of my posts on our recent trip to Norway! This makes me sad…. because now I feel like the trip is really over (haha!). Norway is a truly incredible country ย – I mean, I’ve been able to squeeze SEVEN blog posts out of a two-and-a-half day […]

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My first AirBnb experience – was it worth the hype?

Since becoming a ‘sort-of’ member of the travel blogging community (I’m trying to get into twitter at the moment…It’s such a great way to chat to other bloggers.. but it’s also a platform that I’m not that naturally drawn to….. which is weird…. because it’s the one social media platform where I feel it’s okay […]

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What to pack for the 28km hike to Trolltunga!

At the end of last month I flew to Norway with Aled and some friends, and hiked Trolltunga! You can read more about the hike itself here. Trolltunga was my first black-rated hike, and so I took a lot of time reading blogs and doing my research before I left. Something that I thought would […]

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Shutterbuggin’: A Photographer’s Guide to Paris

There are few cities more picture-perfect than Paris. It is literally a photographers DREAM! Here are my top tips for getting the best Parisian snaps (and you’ll notice that none of them require a fancy pants camera! win!) 1. Look BEHIND you I’m pretty sure that when I’m travelling, I’m often perceived as the ridiculously […]

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6 Tips For The Perfect Rockies Roadtrip

Last summer Iย spent the most INCREDIBLE two weeks road-tripping through the Canadian Rockies, and I have to say, I think I left a littleย pieceย big chunk of my heart there. I fell in love with the winding roads, which are enveloped by awe-inspiring mountains and decorated with lakes that are the most striking shade of blue. […]

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HOW TO: Plan The Perfect Trip

I’ve always been a planner. Even if I go away just for a weekend, you can bet that I’ve researched the top things to see, the best places to eat, and worked out a mini-itinerary in my head loosely based on the weather forecast. Maybe its my scientific mind constantly striving to be as efficient […]

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