Photography Journal: The North York Moors

A few months ago, we spent a lovely wintery weekend around the North York Moors…. and I completely forgot about the photos that I took! Most of the moors are quite flat, and so as someone who loves a good hike up a mountain, it wasn’t my favourite national park the U.K. has to offer. […]

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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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Macaron Madness: my guide to the best sweet eats in Paris

A few weeks ago, we spent the most glorious weekend in Paris. I feel slightly ashamed to say it, but before I left, I thought “Paris won’t be like it is in films, it will be touristy and stressful… probably underwhelming…. BUT I’M SO EXCITED FOR THE PÂTISSERIES”. Now, let me just start by saying […]

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Saint Germain des Prés – My Favourite Neighbourhood in Paris

We recently spent a wonderful (but all-to-short) weekend in Paris. For our trip, we chose to stay in Saint Germain des Près, mainly because of it’s central location. When we hopped off the metro at Odéon, I immediately knew this was my kind of neighbourhood, and after walking around most of Paris, I can now […]

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Paris: Falling in Love With the City of Love

Paris is such an iconic city. Fun fact: I actually won a trip there when I was 6 years old. I entered a competition through my French club and sent a cassette tape (yes I did say CASSETTE TAPE… 90’s kids, ya feel me) of me singing the french nursery rhyme ‘Allouette’. That tape represents […]

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Michie’s Guest Post 3: Phnom Penh & Phu Quoc

The third in Michelle’s guest blog series on her trip to Vietnam and Cambodia. Read all about her time in Phnom Penh visiting the historical and harrowing Killing Fields and S-21 prison, and her long (but totally worth it!) journey to Phu Qoc.

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6 Tips For The Perfect Rockies Roadtrip

Last summer I spent the most INCREDIBLE two weeks road-tripping through the Canadian Rockies, and I have to say, I think I left a little piece 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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Spending A Wintery Day in the Lake District

For a little getaway between Christmas and the New Year, we popped up to the Lake District for some fresh country air. We stayed in a lovely little Inn just outside of the national park, called The Inn at Brough, and spent a beautiful wintery day driving around the lakes from Ullswater, to Derwentwater, to […]

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