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5 Reasons Why You Should Move to Melbourne

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A fresh start in a new city is something many of us fantasise about. I for one adore the feeling of arriving to an unfamiliar place and leaving, be it weeks, months or years later, having considered it that special place we call home. I’ve lived in a few different cities now and although it hasn’t even been a year yet, I have to say that none have felt mo[...]

Is El Raval Barcelona's coolest neighborhood?

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I was only 19 when I first went to Barcelona. And I didn't come as tourist. I arrived with just one suitcase and €270 cash in my pocket, ready to pay for my room in an apartment I would share with 4 other people from 4 different nations. That room was in a part of Barcelona called El Raval, making up one side of the infamous La Rambla, the Barrio Gotico's ug[...]

My (mostly) Eastern European Road Trip Experience

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I am admittedly one of those travellers who loves to plan. Not because I like being super organised and enjoy sticking to rigid itineraries; but so that I can see and experience as much as I possibly can when I travel. It’s similar to the age-old expression of ‘biting off more that you can chew,’ but in my case, its cities and adventures. I’m sure that I am [...]

12 Hours in Brighton - A day trip from London

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I fell in love with the seaside of southern England on a trip to Southampton earlier this year and when my partner planned our vegan foodie getaway to London this autumn, I knew I wanted to return to the coast for a brief stint. And what better city is there, to go to on a day trip from London, than Brighton! And so we booked our tickets, made a list of s[...]

Magic Malta: Top 10 things to do in Malta

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Cast your eye beyond the Italian island of Sicily, just above the coast of North Africa, and you’ll find the archipelago of Malta. Plonked in the southernmost fringe of Europe, these little Mediterranean islands are surrounded by the bluest of waters, doused in the most golden sunlight and full to the brim of smooth local wine that’ll have you gasping for mo[...]

10 Ways to turn a Rainy Day into an Awesome Travel Day

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Let's be honest, rain can bring the downfall to a great tip. Or at least, that's what a lot of people think... Bad weather doesn't have to ruin your vacation - take it from me, I love in Scotland! Over the years of living and holidaying on Scotland's rainy west coast, I have changed my attitude towards bad weather dramatically. When it rains as much as it[...]

A Guide to Barcelona for Digital Nomads

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According to Nomad List, I live in the second best city for digital nomads. Only beaten by Canggu, Bali (as of April 2018), the Catalan capital is home to the third largest number of freelancers in Europe. It is, indeed, an excellent base for those looking for sunny weather and fast internet without sacrificing the lovely European charm. I’m lucky to [...]

Your Ultimate Venice Bucket List

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Venice has kind of always been on my bucket list, even though I don't actually have one. It's one of those cities I've always wanted to visit because it seems so otherworldly. No cars, no bikes, no trams and trains, none of these vehicles that dominate every other city with their fumes, sirens, honks and beeps. So when the time came and we started our road t[...]

6 exciting (and free) things to do in New York on a weekend

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There’s no denying that New York is one of the coolest cities in the world, with a ton of things to see and do. But let's face it, just like other cities in the US - like Las Vegas or Washington DC - exploring New York doesn't always come cheap! That’s why it’s not surprising that many tourists choose to stay in New York only for a weekend or for a short [...]

The Travelettes Itinerary: 2 Weeks in Georgia (Yes, the Country)

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Lately, the small country of Georgia (located between Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and the Black Sea) has been gaining more global recognition thanks to trending fashion designers and a budding electronic music scene. Nevertheless, it is still an off-the-beaten-track destination for tourists and I was one of the first amongst my well-traveled friends to visit[...]

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