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Coffee

Caffeine addicts all over the world unite! Studies say that drinking coffee can lead to a longer life, slash the risk of cancer and help lose weight. Finally! something millions of us enjoy that’s actually good for us! In this post we showcase ten coffee shops from around the World that are a must visit for every coffee connoisseur. Cafe Tortoni,…

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We Brits are privileged to have some of the most spectacular driving routes in the world right there on our doorstep. You can rant and rave about Route 66 all you like, but check out just a sample of what Europe has to offer and you won’t be disappointed.  Make sure your car is ready for the road trip; giving…

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London attracts millions of tourists all year around; however there are ways to see London before it hits peak tourist season. Understandably, the UK capital is most popular in the late spring and summer months when the sun is in the sky and the schools are off. It can also get pretty busy, or at least more so than usual…

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La Rosiere

We love ski holidays and try to do one each year. Last April we enjoyed a family ski holiday with our two boys aged 6 and 8 in La Rosiere in France which was fantastic. It was great to ski somewhere much closer to home (Cornwall, UK) for a change as we usually head out to Canada. La Rosiere is…

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Whether they’re on your doorstep or half a world away, national parks, game reserves and protected marine environments are some of the planet’s most precious resources. Taking a solo trip to visit them or using the experience as a way to introduce your kids to the creatures we share our home with can be incredibly eye-opening and meaningful. Here we…

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It’s probably fair to say that the Northern Lights are the single most spectacular show put on by mother nature, anywhere in the world. More formally known as the Aurora, catching glimpse of the Northern Lights for the very first time can be a truly life-changing experience. It’s the kind of celestial light show that has the power to reduce…

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The Dordogne region of France is a place I’ve wanted to explore for a while now and finally got the chance in May with a wedding I photographed in the Dordogne at Domaine de La Léotardie. The dates coincided nicely with our boys school half-term so we made it into a family holiday and here’s all about about our stay along with…

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Travelling can be expensive when you are with the entire family and especially when you are travelling during peak season. However, this should not discourage you from enjoying your trip. In this article, we will present some tips to help you enjoy your trip even when it is peak season and everything seems hard, crowded, expensive and difficult. Air travel…

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It’s a dream for many of us to be our own boss within an industry that we love such as travel. The travel and tourism is the world’s biggest service industry and here in the UK it’s worth a staggering £117 billion and growing!  How many times have you stayed in a poorly run hotel and thought…”jeez, I could do a…

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