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How To Plan A Multi-Stop Trip 

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This is a collaborative post. 88% of Brits enjoyed a holiday in the year ending July 2019, the highest figure since 2011. But do you prefer to visit one location, or move from place to place?   Multi-stop trips can offer a greater sense of adventure, allow you to fit in more sights, and often work out cheaper than travelling back and forth. While international travel is on hold for now, if you’re lucky you’ll have …

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How To Make Cruising More Environmentally Friendly

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This is a sponsored post. Travel, even if you are very environmentally conscious, should not be treated as something you need to avoid at all costs in order to reduce your carbon and ecological footprint – this is my view. Frequency – yes, short distance flights – yes, business travel – yes (do we really need to travel for business …

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How To Get More From Your Travels

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This is a collaborative post. There’s much to love about setting forth on an adventure, but it’s true that things can begin to feel a little “samey” after a while, especially if we’ve been more or less doing the same thing for a while. It’s important to remember, however, that there are always ways to push yourself and get more …

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2020 London Theatre Bucket List

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This is a collaborative post. Since the new plays and shows for 2020 just began or recently available fo book the tickets – I’ve got this year’s bucket list ready too. And what a bucket list – London as usual, will be buzzing with great shows, dramas on stage, brilliant characters and big names. I can’t wait to see these! …

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Winter Holiday In Sintra (Portugal) – Places To Visit With Kids

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We haven’t travelled around Christmas in years, probably last time we went away in December it was on our honeymoon. I’ve never been to Portugal but I’ve heard a lot about how laid back and children friendly most of the places are. So booked a week and stayed in the Pestana Sintra Golf Hotel which was a great choice. As …

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Sustainable Travel: 3 Fantastic Spa Break Staycations In The UK

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One of my biggest challenge when it comes to living more sustainably and reducing our carbon footprint is that I love travelling. I always did, this is why I lived in different countries: I just love exploring places. However, with trying to be more conscious about our carbon footprint we decided to take less short flights. We also use trains …

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Sustainable Treasure Hunt: Charity Shops In Kensington

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The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own. Kensington is one of the best places to visit in London. I love Kensington Gardens, The Victoria and Albert museum is my favourite place to be in town, there’s the Design Museum, the Natural History museum, lots of nice places to eat and sit down for a coffee, …

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Pestana Sintra Golf Hotel (Portugal) Review

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Back between Christmas and New Year we went for a week to Portugal to catch some sun and sea air. )We really try to limit our international travel because of environmental reasons of course, trying not to fly more than once or twice a year – this was our second one in 2019 – so not too bad.) We did …

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Entertainment Ideas For Those Long Delays

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This is a collaborative post. When we travel, there is always a delay somewhere along the lines. And before long we become used to it. That part of that becoming used to it is through making sure that you have your entertainment with you, and you an outlet at all times. Some of us write blogs, the sum of us …

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Bologna Bucket List For First Time Travellers

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This is a collaborative post. Often being said that Bologna is the most underrated town of Italy, compared to Rome, Milan or indeed even Venice. But Bologna has a lot to see and do,  especially if you’re a foodie and a lover of all food Italian: one of the most prolific food regions in the world producing products like Parmigiano-Reggiano, Modena balsamic vinegar …