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My first time in Vietnam

So, from the moment I received the invite to the Vietnam beach trip, I could not wait to board the plane and see some of the best beaches in the world and boy did it kick off in style, with an upgraded to Business class from London to Bangkok and Bangkok to Saigon. This started with […]

A fantastic time in San Francisco

Ever since I ticked off New York a couple of years ago San Francisco jumped to the top of my ‘must visit’ list. So I was… let’s just say a little bit excited to take to the skies and finally land in the City by the Bay. I arrived on a Saturday night and checked […]

New York

24 hours in Brooklyn

Like most visitors to New York, my first trip was all about the iconic sites – art at the Met, window shopping on Fifth Avenue, boat trips to the Statue of Liberty and pretzels in Central Park. I didn’t even leave Manhattan, but there is so much more of the city to explore outside that […]

My first time in New York City

I’ve always wanted to go to New York and was massively excited to be going for the first time with work to extend my knowledge of this fantastic city. I had an idea of where I wanted to go and what I wanted to see. I was getting even more eager to be there when the […]

Hong Kong

10 things to come from Hong Kong

Hong Kong; somewhere we’ve all heard of and somewhere most of us probably want to visit. But aside from the fabulous food and the stunning skyline, just what has the world been given from Hong Kong. Here are our top 10 things to come from Hong Kong. Tsingtao Beer Everyone loves a beer and tasting […]

Alternative Christmas shopping to New York

New York has Fifth Avenue and the original Tiffany’s, not to mention world-famous department stores like Macy’s and Bloomingdales, the houses of just about every big-name fashion designer and some of the best-known bookshops. However, that doesn’t mean that New York is the only place to do your Christmas shopping. This year, why not seek […]

Malaysia

Top 10 beaches to visit in Asia

There are thousands of beaches in Thailand alone, never mind Asia. Not all beaches are created equally though – if you’re planning a visit to the continent you’ll need to have a good idea of the best beaches for your holiday intentions. After all, you don’t want to find the family wandering onto a nudist beach, […]

Far East: Know your phrases

As a traveller in Asia, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to get by in countries where you don’t speak the language. Even if you’re the only person who speaks a word of English, you can usually rely on nonverbal forms of communication, along with local people’s genuine desire to be helpful, to get […]

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Locals’ guide to the Maldives

| May 8, 2015

Picture a tropical paradise of tiny islands with palm-fringed, white sand beaches surrounded by coral reefs and turquoise waters. It’s a scene straight out of a travel brochure, but the dream becomes reality in the Maldives. A remote archipelago in the Indian Ocean, only 200 of the Maldives’ 1200 islands are inhabited, and most of […]

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A view to remember: Seven essential Chicago skyline bars

| April 30, 2015

In a city as magnificent as Chicago, you’ll want to experience all its glory, and the best way to do this is through its magnificent sky bars. Providing unparalleled views of the cityscape, alongside a variety of drinks, food and a sense of exclusivity, they’re the perfect way to spend an evening, or all night, […]

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Top tips for attending sporting events in Florida

| April 24, 2015

Inarguably, Florida is America’s sun drenched paradise, where people from across the nation and world flock to escape the dark and frosty downsides of a northern winter. While its beaches and theme parks may be enough for most travellers, some sports fanatics can’t pass up a chance to take in a game involving some of […]

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Best places in Australia to find temp jobs

| April 16, 2015

If you’re heading to Australia on a working holiday visa, the chances are you’re going to have to wing it when it comes to locking down a job when you land. Although the prospect of arriving in a new country with nothing lined up may be daunting, a bit of know-how and some get up […]

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