Is Bristol the Perfect London Alternative?

Bristol is the creative university town on Englands west coast synonymous with Banksy street art, hot air ballooning and the Clifton suspension bridge. Boasting a more laid back lifestyle with lush green spaces and loads of transport links, could this be the perfect London alternative?Β 

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Travel & Life Abroad Second Year Lessons

Just as I wrote last October on what I learnt from one year of travel and life abroad, in homage to the end of my UK youth mobility visa,Β I have again rounded up a second year of reflections for today’s post.

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Where to Eat Vegetarian & Vegan in Sydney

Get excited for the vegetarian dream in Sydney’s inner city suburb of Glebe! Just ten minutes by bus from Central Station, you have a mecca of cafes and restaurants at your disposal, many serving fully vegetarian menus plus vegan options.Β 

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Running Away for Real

As a kid and a teenager I always daydreamed a lot. My most common fantasy was of running away to create a fantastic new life from the hut in our apple tree. As I got older this fantasy transitioned to moving overseas to travel the world.

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Soul-Searching Through Sintra, Portugal

After a difficult few months and a long winter, escaping to sunny Portugal sounded like the perfect therapy. I started off strong, excited to bask in the sunshine, become acquainted with the people, and indulge in many custard based desserts.

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Where to Eat Vegetarian & Vegan in Edinburgh

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It’s not all Haggis and Black Pudding up here! Who would have thought Edinburgh would bring such a decent helping of dining options for us veg lovers too?! I’m always excited to try new restaurants and local food when travelling so let me walk you through some of my favourites from my long weekend in the city.

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What to do on a Weekend in Edinburgh

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We arrived at the crack of dawn via overnight bus from London Victoria. As far as bus journeys go, I’d say it was fairly okay and I got a good amount of sleep. If you’re attempting this I’d definitely recommend 3 things; noise cancelling ear plugs, a sleeping mask and something warm to throw over yourself – the aircon gets cold!

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How to Travel Eco-Friendly

Travelling takes me to so many breathtaking destinations, but it breaks my heart when I notice a trash trove in the waters of Thailand. Fortunately it’s getting easier to travel without the trash and in this post I’m going to talk about a few ways I’e been working toward this!

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Pompeii to Picture Perfect Positano

Someone once said the best part about Naples is driving through it to get to Sorrento, and while my experience of Naples is short and brief, I think I can vouch for the that. The island of Capri is just a ferry ride away from Sorrento, and even St. Agnellos vineyard views had me wanting to wander another day or two here.

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Alternative Accommodation from Airbnb to an Ice Hotel

What really excites me about travel these days is having the chance to stay in all different styles of accommodation. From a cosy Airbnb apartment to a glass igloo under the stars, there’s now seemingly never-ending ways to stay your way around the world. Here are just nine modern styles of accommodation to add to your travel bucket-list!

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