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Best stylish waterproof coats for autumn

Since I've been in Vancouver it's been pretty much non-stop sunshine. I'm definitely not complaining about it since it's made me feel like I'm permanently on holiday, I have the best tan I've ever had in my life and my new job means I'm always outside so this weather is much appreciated! But, as I'm reminded time and time again by Vancouverites, the rain will come and when it does I'm going to need a waterproof ...
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Books I’ve read recently and loved

I've learned quite a lot from these past six months of travelling (I can't believe it's been six months since we left the UK!). I've learnt that spending time outside is extremely important to me, that powdered milk is a satisfactory alternative to real milk when you have no fridge, and that I love reading and should make more time for it. I started off the trip by downloading a few books on my phone ...
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Kangaroo Spotting in the Blue Mountains

Whilst travelling around and camping in the Blue Mountains we saw so many kangaroos! Every time we saw them we just had to stop and watch them for a while. Kangaroos may be so numerous they're a bit of a pest in Australia, but for us Brits they're pretty impressive! This video lets you in on our camping disater, free campsites in the Blue Mountains and the scenic Three Sisters - probably the most famous ...
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Inspiring travel books & magazines

When I'm not off travelling, writing about it here or sharing photos of recent adventures over on instagram, I'm probably reading about it. I've a stash of wadnerlust magazines, clippings from old Lonely Planet Traveller mags and the majority of my most recently read books feature the adventures of someone else. When I read about adventures it inspires me and gives me tonnes of ideas for my next trips away. It also is pretty relaxing ...
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The Dordogne Valley on video

Sometimes pictures don't quite capture the beauty of a region. Sometimes video does that job much better. When I was exploring some of the most beautiful villages in France recently with Dordogne Valley tourism I captured a few snippets of the area on video. From wine tasting to canoeing, exploring, eating and attending Brive music festival, the Dordogne Valley is full of adventures and needs to be put on your 'must see' list. Fact Box: ...
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MedSailors Greece Review

When I signed up to sail the Greek islands with MedSailors for a week I must admit I had some doubts about whether or not it was for me. I wasn't doubting that I'd love Greece or sailing. I was more worried that the week would turn into a week of drinking from sunrise until sunset every day. I'd associated sailing trips and tours aimed at 20-somethings to be that way. I enjoy a good ...
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Lumiere London

Lumiere London 2016 A couple of weekends ago London, from Kings Cross to Oxford Street in particular, was even busier than normal. Everyone, it seemed, had left their flats and hopped on the tube to take in Lumiere London. Lumiere London aimed to make the grey January days that little bit brighter and it sure did with some spectacular light displays. The event took place over four nights and was absolutely free - always a ...
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