Cruising the Amalfi Coast: 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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Greek Island Hopping with Med Experience

Like many New Zealand teenagers, I long daydreamed of having a life abroad travelling the world. One of my early inspirations was the film β€˜The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants’ where Lena visits the Greek Islands for the summer, so travelling with Med Experience around the Greek Islands was literally my dream come true.

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Bruges Brings the Perfect European City Break

Time just melts. Turn a corner at the canal, take a sip from the brewers tap and hear bells chime throughout the land. In just a few hours by Coach, Train or Plane you’ll be strolling in the magic of this medieval masterpiece.

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Ways We’ve Spent Christmas Around the World

For December’s blog post this year, I wanted to create something warm and fuzzy to bring together some of the amazing humans I have come to know over the last twelve months, to showcase a little bit about where they come from, perhaps where they’ve been and how different people are spending the festive season […]

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What I’ve Learnt… One Year of Travel & Life Abroad

Tomorrow (26th October) officially marks the one year anniversary since I departed Auckland International Airport with my friend Emily on an overseas adventure to Japan, then Europe and eventually the United Kingdom, where I now live with my boyfriend David in London. We have done a lot in the last twelve months. Personally, I’ve visited […]

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Amsterdam for the Weekend

What a treat you’re in for with Amsterdam. Whether you reach the Dam by plane, bus or boat, it won’t be long before you’reΒ amongstΒ the bicycle bells and coffee house smells. This capital city is actually surprisingly small and very easy to get around, but don’t let its size fool you – Amsterdam has more than […]

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Making the Most of a Weekend in Paris

Good morning, you’re in Paris! And I’m sure the first thing you’ll be thinking about is when and where you can eat yourself into a food coma on croissants and crepes. Day 1: Well your first stop best be Marche Bastille – one of the largest and most famous markets in Paris and no better […]

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Barcelona for Food Lovers

Say Hola and Itadakimasu! Never did I think we’d be munching on authentic Japanese cuisine in the land of Tapas. Barcelona is a smorgasbord for your senses and here are the must eat at places of Catalonia’s capital. Mercat de la Boqueria Start off with your mandatory visit to Barcelona’s most well known market. Fresh […]

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Hello, from Christmas in Europe!

9 Countries in 3 months has gone so fast. Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and now England. I’ve seen and done so many things I can hardly remember. Every now and again Dave will mention something we did and I have to dredge it up from the swamps of my […]

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