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Review: Luxury Business Cards from Aura Print

Will Rogers once said that “you will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” which is why when representing yourself, you want to do it in a way that stands out. As a travel blogger, the main way that I represent myself is online, through word of mouth. However, there are increasing occasions were I need to represent myself offline. I do...

Review: Walking the South Downs with Trespass Illya walking boots

The World is an incredible place, and over the past decade of moving around, I have been privileged to have lived in some stunning places. From the Idyllic city of Lancaster, on the edge of the Lake District in England, to New Zealand’s South Island, and now the South-East of England. The more I have travelled, the more it inspires me to get outside and see my...

Printing your Instagram memories with Printrbook

The way in which life is captured and viewed has changed significantly over the past several decades, Photographs are no longer taken, developed, printed and filled away in the family photo album, but are now captured, and accessible globally, within a matter of moments. Most people nowadays own a smart phone, and are highly active on the social media platform...

Brunch at the Crazy Cat Cafe, Milan

Cats are cute, and often spend the majority of their time lazing around, but most don’t mind being played with or petted. Now imagine combing this activity with having a good slice of cake and a cup of coffee: Welcome to the Crazy Cat Cafe, Milan The rise in popularity of cat and animal based cafes, comes from those which started out in Asian countries such as...

Walking over an icon, with UP at the 02

I remember when they built the o2, (or the Millennium Dome, as it was known as then). It was the futuristic dome shaped building, based on the edge of the Thames in North Greenwich, London.  Open for just 12 months, it was a highly controversial attraction at the time, which housed the Millennium Experience; an exhibition celebrating the third Millennium. Over the...

Affordable stays at the Spar Hotel, Marjona, Gothenburg

It can come as no surprise that when visiting any of the Nordic countries, that a trip of any length will be costly. I found this out during trips to Norway and Denmark, when you won’t get much change from a £20 note for lunch.  This can often put people off visiting.  However, it need not to.  With dramatic landscapes, trendy cities, a great history, and...

Staying hydrated as you travel with the B on 1 water bottle

If waterholic was a word, then I am sure I would be one.  For those that know me, will notice that I am never too far from my water bottle (that and a good cup of tea!) Water makes up most of what I drink in a day, and is important for both physical and mental functioning. As I travel frequently, I am always on the lookout for a good solid and easy to use drink...

Where I stayed in Prague: Park Inn Hotel

Prague, the capital of Czech Republic is a popular weekend city break, and after spending 5 days there myself, I can see why. It’s historic old town square, delightfully colourful buildings, friendly locals and tasty food, make it a loveable city. Many people will flock to Prague for the obligatory hen/stag weekend, and so as well as the colourful buildings...

Staying in the Bavarian Hills at the Best Western Plus, Rehlegg Hotel

I opened the curtains, and stepped out onto the balcony. I stopped, and observed. I smelt the countryside air, listened to the birds sing, and just marvelled at the mountains. Was I dreaming? No, but I felt like I could be; having been in the busy city of Munich, just one day previously. The Best Western Plus, Rehlegg Hotel, was a 2 night stay, in my 6 day trip in...

Flying into the Park Inn by Radisson, Amsterdam Airport

The alarm goes off at 5am, and bleary eyed you hit the snooze button, thinking that it can’t quite be time to get up. Early morning flights are often the cheapest, and can be better, as you’ll get to spend a full first day at your destination. However, it’s the getting up, and trekking to the airport that is no fun, unless of course you are at an airport hotel...

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