Six best travel reads

    July 23, 2016

    What inspires you to travel to different places? Stunning photography? Glossy brochures? The local cuisine? For us, much of our inspiration has come from reading – and not simply guide books or travel magazines. I still remember reading  when I was a teenager and being mesmerised by Arthur Golden’s beautiful descriptions of Japan’s delicate blossom-filled gardens and mist-shrouded mountains. A few years later and I visited, with that narrative still in mind. Today, we continue to love reading books based…

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    A weekend guide to Verona

    Fair Verona – made famous by Shakespeare’s tale of Romeo and Juliet – is a beautifully compact city that’s perfect for a weekend break. Easy to navigate by foot, plenty of shady squares to rest your…

    July 22, 2016
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    Travel Photography Essentials

    Photography has long played a leading role in our lives. We have been photographed and filmed from the day we were born (let’s not dwell on that traumatic birth video), appeared in sensationally eighties…

    July 19, 2016
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    A day trip to Capri

    Capri – a rocky island located off the bay of Naples – is perhaps one of the most famous and glamorous spots in Italy. Long before today’s current celebrities were arriving by helicopter, the Romans…

    July 18, 2016
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    Free wanderlust wallpapers for your phone

    If, like us, there’s often long periods of the 9-5 between your adventures, then you’ll understand how important it is to keep yourself motivated. It’s easy to become absorbed back into routine and money that…

    July 15, 2016

    July’s giveaway with My Little Box

    July’s TTT competition* is coming a little later this month but it’s well worth the wait. We’ve teamed up with My Little Box to offer one reader the chance to win July’s Coconut themed…

    July 15, 2016
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    What Does Brexit Mean for Travellers?

    What does Brexit mean for travellers? That British vote to leave the European Union kicked up a big stink, right? It’s even landed the UK with a new prime minister. Is it all over…

    July 14, 2016
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    25 Thoughts of a Blogger

    1) How hard can blogging be? I’m going to make this look easy. 2) Why is blogging so hard? I can’t think of any other adjective aside from ‘amazing’. It’s amazingly difficult. 3) A moment…

    July 12, 2016
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    Accessorising with Fossil

    When it comes to writing about fashion, we tend to leave it to those knowledgeable fashion bloggers. Whilst they are busy documenting their latest hauls or carefully curated wardrobes, we’re sat wondering why the…

    July 10, 2016
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    Boutique Luxury on the Amalfi Coast

    Tucked away at the bottom of one of the Amalfi Coast’s steep cliffs in Praiano sits a minimalist’s dream. With gentle curves and a dazzling white interior, set against the vibrant blue sea and colourful Murano…

    July 6, 2016
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    A Guide to Bath

    ‘Oh, who can ever be tired of Bath? Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen Bath – one of the UK’s most beautiful cities – has long featured in tourist guides. For over 2,000 years, tourists of…

    July 5, 2016