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Snorkelling at Abang Island

Snorkelling at Abang Island

Snorkelling at Abang Island Clear turquoise seas? Colourful corals? Deserted tropical islands with palm trees and mangroves? Snorkelling at Abang Island in Indonesia had all that and more! Yes to […]

booking cheap business class flights

Booking Cheap Business Class Flights

Booking Cheap Business Class Flights – Long Haul Booking Cheap Business Class Flights – Sometimes you could be forgiven for thinking I’m a little, shall we say, unhinged? Well, based […]

Visit Casa Batllo in Barcelona (5 Top Tips)

Visit Casa Batllo in Barcelona (5 Top Tips)

Casa Batllo / Casa BatllΓ³ – (5 Top Tips) Visiting Casa Batllo, also known as the ‘House of Bones’ was, undoubtedly, my favourite Gaudi building in Barcelona, Spain. With its phenomenal […]

Park Guell - GAUDI GOES OUTDOORS

5 Top Tips for Visiting Park Guell – Gaudi Goes Outdoors

Visit Park Guell – Gaudi Goes Outdoors Gaudi didn’t just design indoors, Park Guell is a great testament to his skill in an outside space. If you are looking to visit […]

Visit the Sagrada Familia

Visit Sagrada Familia – What you get when you cross a Church with a Porcupine

Visit Sagrada Familia What do you get if you cross a church with a porcupine? The Sagrada Familia is arguably Spains most recognized building and, of course, has a huge […]

Guide to Public Transport in Barcelona

Your Guide to Public Transport in Barcelona – How to get around

Your Guide to Public Transport in Barcelona – How to get around Barcelona is a bustling city with a fantastic vibe that begs to be strolled around, but there are […]

The Plough Coldharbour

The Plough – Coldharbour

The Plough – Coldharbour Set in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, AONB, is The Plough Coldharbour. The Surrey Hills were designated an AONB in 1958. They receive […]

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The White Horse – Shere

The White Horse – Shere The White Horse – Shere was built in about 1425 as a farmhouse. The Inglenook fireplaces were added later in the 1600s and it became […]

Munich Christmas Market

Munich Christmas Market Ah, a proper Christmas. Chesnuts roasting on an open fire, snow covering the ground, mulled wine, carol singers, overeating and drinking. Yes, an almost Dickensian Christmas. Obviously, not […]

 

 

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