Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

Cliff Walk Suspesion Bridge Walkway
Most of you know, I am not the type of person who is ‘one with nature’. I would happily swap a day in the woods for a three course meal any day. The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver however, is definitely an exception to this rule. Seb, Louisa and…
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Fall on Toronto Island

Toronto Island is great! It’s 570 acres of amusement parks, beaches (including a nude one), toy trains and yachting. It even has its own airport. With more than 2 million visitors each year the island is one of the city’s top attractions. Yes, it’s especially nice on a nice summer…
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East Side Gallery, Berlin

I am currently obsessed with all things Berlin. Since Jake and I visited a few weeks ago, I have already read two books and watched three documentaries about Berlin and its fascinating history. I absolutely love this thriving city – its trendy restaurants, fashion forward shops (click here to read…
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Voo Store, Berlin

I was in Berlin a few weeks ago with my friend Jake – playing hipster as you do. If you know Berlin well, you know that no trip to this capital city is complete without a little gander down the cultural melting pot that is Kreuzberg – the spiritual Mecca…
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Brooklyns in Brooklyn

New York has so much to offer if you are a tourist. The Statue of Liberty, Coney Island, Times Square, American Museum of Natural History – there is something for everybody! It’s like no other city in the world and you can easily spend a few weeks trying to explore…
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Sunsets in New York

You gotta love New York! It’s my favourite city in the world and I fall in love with this city all over again every time I visit. It’s fun, exciting and is just that tad bit edgier than London (London, I still love you ofcourse!). Having been to New York…
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Exploring Kerala By Boat

Kerala is one of the most beautiful places in the world. No, I am not saying that as a biased Indian. It really does live up to its image of being ‘God’s Own Country’ with its serene beaches along its long shoreline, lush hill stations brimming with exotic wildlife and…
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Edinburgh Castle

No trip to Edinburgh is complete without a trip to its castle on the rocks. One look at this ancient stronghold as you walk up the Royal Mile towards its sprawling esplanade is all you need to appreciate why this fortress is Scotland’s most popular tourist attraction. Agreed, it’s not…
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Edinburgh Christmas Markets

A few weeks ago Travelodge very kindly offered to send me on a weekend break to Edinburgh to experience Christmas in Scotland. Ofcourse I said yes! Although I do visit Edinburgh quite a bit with work, I haven’t really had a chance to come up this wonderful Scottish city when the lights…
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