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A Weekend in Liverpool: What To Do In The UK’s Coolest City

Liverpool is a city that’s long been overshadowed by its own caricature. Built on clichés and contradictions, it’s both the nostalgic home of the Beatles, and a place of ferociously passionate football fans, strikes and riots. It seems that Liverpudlians are depicted as either warm and welcoming, or hardened ‘scousers’; with no real grey area in-between.  Having never visited Liverpool, these clichés were our only…

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Travelling with your sibling: why everyone should try it

For most, travelling with your siblings is something only endured when you’re younger: an experience limited to annual family holidays in Spain; brutal fights in the back of a car during a claustrophobic road trip around France; or trying to drown each other in a swimming pool somewhere in Europe. Once those golden days are over, summer holidays end and you move out of home,…

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Welcome to the circus

Call me a miserable child but when I was younger, I didn’t visit a circus. Not once. I have a vague recollection of a fifth birthday party, in which a clown appeared. I don’t remember feeling particularly impressed by him and was more interested in my new Polly Pocket necklace and leotard (early 1990s). I do remember, however, the film Dumbo and I hated it.…

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My Tuscan wedding

I’ve been so excited to share this post with you all. It’s a post that’s only fair after my incessant mentions of it over the last 18 months: my Tuscan wedding! Remembering next to nothing of the day itself thanks to a mixture of nerves, adrenaline and alcohol, being able to look through all 800 (!) photos this week has been really special. Below is…

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Six best travel reads

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 [easyazon_link identifier=”0099771519″ locale=”UK” tag=”twithatra-21″]Memoirs of a Geisha[/easyazon_link] 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.…

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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 feet and ancient Roman sights galore, Verona is an ideal city break. Below is our weekend guide to the city. Getting there and transport Dinky Verona airport is a 20 minute taxi ride…

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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 family photo shoots and helped set up makeshift dark rooms for our Dad. I was the girl in my student union lugging around a clunky SLR camera, whilst my friends carried…

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