Skiing in Bansko, Bulgaria – A Beginner’s Guide

[AD] This post includes gifted accommodation, ski hire and equipment however, all opinions and photographs are my own. If you are looking for an affordable skiing destination which is suitable for beginners as well as…

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Greek Gastronomy and the National Geographic Traveller Food Festival

Greece is renowned as a multi-dimensional destination thanks to its unforgettable culture, gastronomy and great weather. Breath-taking landscapes, picturesque coastlines, as well as 18 UNESCO World Heritage sites waiting to be explored are a few…

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Kenya: Conservation is key

Conservation is key for the future of our planet. This may be the preservation or protection of the environment and natural resources, cultural heritage or plant and animal species. Kenya, otherwise known as the safari…

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5 of the Best Places for Breakfast and Lunch in Rotterdam

Whether you are an early bird or you enjoy a lie in, breakfast and lunch are both key ingredients to a successful day in Rotterdam. Food is high on the agenda wherever I travel, so…

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Solo Travel: A volunteer project in Cape Town, South Africa

A Volunteer Project in Cape Town So back in 2012, I was single and ready to mingle. The world was my oyster and I wanted to do something adventurous and life-changing. At the time, my…

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