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From Madrid With Love

Known for its buzzing nightlife, there is no wonder that no city can live up to the constant energy and liveliness of Madrid. Madrid is a city that knows how to live for the moment. It is spontaneous, with a constant buzz always in the air. The mass vigour expressed from Spain’s capital city can …Read More

Travel Review: From New York with Love

The Big Apple, The Empire State, the City that Never Sleeps. Just to name a few of New York City’s nicknames. It’s truly a city that is so good that of course it was named twice. There are so many different reasons to fall in love with this incredible city. For me it was the …Read More

From Cape Town With Love…

Cape Town: a city that is stunning from the sky to the sea. This city is steeped in so much history from all around the world, and it’s this that makes Cape Town totally unique and rich in culture.  It’s known as the ‘mother city’ due to its crucial role in South Africa’s history. I …Read More

Travel Review: From Sydney with Love

Why do I love Sydney? It’s probably more to do with my love of Australia in general. Sydney is somewhere everyone wants to go and if you don’t want to go there then you are probably lying to yourself. Sydney is undeniably glamourous. With its collection of beaches, shopping, bars, events and numerous things to …Read More

Travel Review: From St Petersburg with Love

There is no other prominent symbol of Eastern Europe than Russia. It’s not your usual trip to say the least but it will be an experience. Although Moscow is the capital city I say pick St Petersburg over it any day with its elegance and colourful streets that will amaze you. The biggest shock, especially …Read More

10 Weird New Year’s Eve Traditions from Around the World

2016 is drawing to a close and one of the biggest nights out of the year is just on our doorstep. New Year’s Eve is here! Most of us go to house parties, nights out, be them in your local hometown club or a hugely anticipated event you’ve been waiting for. However, across the globe …Read More

A 2.5 day glimpse into the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Anyone who has ever attended the Edinburgh Fringe Festival will know that the amount of choice is both staggering and overwhelming; to the unenlightened few who may be sceptical about this, remember it is only the biggest arts festival in the world. Of course, the sheer number of shows inevitably leads to agonising over making the …Read More

Adventure Through the World (Part two)

More Inspiration and handy tips for future holiday spots! Beijing, China; A Review by Hannah Fitzgibbon Beijing is a city of surprises. It has traditional market areas where it feels like life hasn’t changed for centuries, with tiny old women selling crickets for sale in tiny wicker cages, or a stooped man pulling a cart …Read More

Adventure Through the World (Part one)

Inspiration and handy tips for future holiday spots! Woolacombe, Devon – The U.K. Summer Holiday by Greg Beavis Shoestring budget? Want a hassle free holiday? Want to have sun, sea and sandy beaches? Well, a U.K. based holiday may be the one for you, more specifically the West Country. Of course language is still a barrier, …Read More

Reasons to visit the land down under

Australia has got it all: cool cities, tons of beaches, happy people and sunshine in the months of November and December. It’s big enough that there is always somewhere new to explore, although that’s only if you can tear yourself away from where you already are! So here are just a few of my top …Read More