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Exploring Gothenburg’s Southern Archipelago.

A quick twenty minutes on the tram from central Gothenburg and you can be at the port of Salthomen; the gateway to the archipelago. The archipelago has 5,000 permanent residents and another 6,000 residents during the summer months. All the islands are strictly car free but that doesn't mean you won't see any vehicles! The residents of Gothenburg’s archipelago rely on golf buggies to get them from one end of the island to the other! ...
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Liseberg Christmas Market in Gothenburg, Sweden

This year I was after a chilly, Christmassy weekend away. Even more so since the weather in England has been so crazily warm (people should not be sat outside pubs in t-shirts on 20th December)! My boyfriend and I are spending Christmas with our own families this year, so as a treat I thought we should have our own Christmassy weekend away together. I wanted a Christmassy market with a difference. Not a German one, ...
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Making Cocktails & Playing with Dry Ice at ABQ London / Breaking Bad Popup!

When I was travelling through South America last year, I took it as the perfect time to watch a show I'd heard everyone (particularly my littler brother) raving on about: Breaking Bad. I downloaded the shows, filled my ipad up with them and watched endless episodes on overnight bus journeys. It kept me entertained for a good three months of exploring the continent and even a few weeks once I'd returned. When I saw the ...
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Adventures in York & Rievaulx Abbey on video

It's time to share with you all a video I put together to show you my adventures in York and Rievaulx Abbey. I was in Yorkshire to stay at The Black Swan Hotel in Helmsley for the night and, rather than just go all the way north for just a night, I thought I'd make a proper break of it and spend one day visiting York, before spending a day in the county side with ...
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VLOG. Scotland: Brilliant Moments are closer than you think

My recent trip to Scotland was incredible, brilliant, fantastic, superb, amazing... You get the idea! For a three day trip there were a huge amount of brilliant moments. From the time we were serenaded by bagpipes on to the Caledonian Sleeper, to a spa experience, lunch in a tree-house, falconry and a helicopter tour - and that's just day one! I've attempted to capture some of the #brilliantmoments VisitScotland provided us with on video. Take ...
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VIDEO: Adventures in Peru

I've finally got around to putting together some of the video content we took at random opportunities when travelling through South America last year! In this video you can expect to see the adventures in Peru that we had including, Lima, sandboarding in Huacahina, visiting the Colca Canyon and of course, taking the Salkantay trek to Machu Picchu! If you've been to Peru I want to know what YOUR favourite adventure was. And if you ...
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Best Reads & Watching of 2014 | #Currysfiresidefiction

The gap between Christmas and New Year is the perfect time to snuggle up on the sofa with a good book, film or television series. This is especially true if, like in my family, DVDs and books are common gifts to each other. Curry's are running a competition they're calling #Currysfiresidefiction where they're asking people to write about their favourite book and film or television series of 2014. Usually I'm one of those people who ...
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