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Our Post-Lockdown London Must Visit List

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In collaboration with Hotels.com, but all views are my own. I’m sure I can speak for most of us: we all have a must-do and must-visit list in our head put together what are we all going to do when this lockdown ends. For us, there are lots of things of course: the children’s extra curriculum activities they love like …

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Must-Visit Temples and Shrines in Tokyo

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This is a collaborative post. Tokyo, which was largely influenced by Buddhism is known for having some of the most beautiful temples and shrines in the world. They have their distinct features and therefore, such a visit is well worth it. So, here is a list of must-visit temples and shrines in Tokyo to add to your itinerary! You can …

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Planning a Trip for After the Coronavirus Pandemic

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This is a collaborative post. Regardless of where in the world you live, COVID-19 has certainly put your life on hold regarding relationships, social occasions, and especially travel. Due to restrictions in place, holidays have been put on hold and even cancelled as a result of the developing pandemic. However, if you have been forced to stay indoors during the …

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Our First Visit To KidZania London

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Press trip. Back in October half-term, just before the second nation-wide lockdown we were lucky enough to visit KidZania London. We were invited to explore the place for the first time as we have never been before. I would say the children would have been a too little before. But now they are at the right age. I’d say it’s …

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4 Underrated Spots in Phoenix

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This is a collaborative post. Phoenix has been growing extremely rapidly in recent times. In fact, many people have ranked Phoenix as one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, as Phoenix real estate flys off the market and is rapidly bought up. While many people know about the area’s great weather, a booming economy, and popular tourist sites, there’s …

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Best Places to Move For a Warmer Climate

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This is a collaborative post. Most people love to spend time in the warm weather. They associate the warm weather with summertime beach fun and relaxing by the pool. Studies show that warmer temperatures, on average, make people happier. The problem is finding a location with a warm climate that also matches your personality. You don’t want to move to …

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Visiting The Eden Project

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Press trip. Visiting The Eden Project has been a bucket list item for me for years. As a green minded person, it was always on top of my list to visit. I was so happy when they invited me for a visit and we managed to spend a day there when in Cornwall during last autumn half term with the …

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Top Summer Weekend Getaways in the USA

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This is a guest post. There are so many great places for a summer weekend getaway in the USA, it can be difficult to pick just one! Whether you’re looking for an active outdoor adventure or some relaxing time by the beach, we’ve got you covered.  The Hamptons To start our list off with a bang, let’s look at the …

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How To Plan a Sustainable Ski Holiday

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This post may contain compensated elements. It is quite difficult to educate skiers about the negative impact their favourite sport can make on the environment. We all assume that it is the sole responsibility of the local mountain communities who make a livelihood from skiing to conserve and safeguard the slopes which have sustained them for so many years. While …

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Staycation Whilst Social Distancing: Why 2 Berth Caravans Are Perfect

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Sponsored post by Bailey of Bristol. The summer of 2020 was something nobody will forget. I don’t know about you, but for me it was a definite realisation that for the near future staycations and self-catering holidays are the way forward. We’ve been trying to do more of this anyway, as a bid to reduce flying and our carbon footprint.  …