April 2012

Checking in, checking out: The Church Street Town House

April 30, 2012
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After a few weeks of too much work and not enough play, it was time for a little break. I was in the mood for something slick, stylish and super sexy, so I logged onto Mr & Mrs Smith to look for inspiration. All it took was the promise of a complimentary half bottle of […]

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Photo essay: A rainy walk in Munnar, India

April 24, 2012

I’m no photographer but I’m hoping to share my (and my boyfriend’s!) best efforts in this series. Whilst wandering through the Buckinghamshire countryside the other day, the heavens opened British April-style, and I was immediately transported back to a memorable wander I took through the hills of Munnar in India. Not all walks are ruined […]

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Soy vegetariana!

April 23, 2012
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I’d dabbled with the idea of going vegetarian for years but had always struggled with turning down pub burgers and sizzling BBQ sausages. But the day I stepped on the plane to start my RTW trip, I wrote off meat and took a step in a new direction, both literally and gastronomically. You might ask […]

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Darting around in Devon

April 18, 2012
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I’m proud to be a Devonshire lass and although I don’t live there any longer, it’s a beautiful part of the world to visit, especially on a sunny spring day. The other day, I headed down to riverside Dartmouth, located in Devon’s South Hams. It’s deservedly popular with tourists and despite the ‘day tripper’ ferries, […]

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How much I spent travelling the world

April 11, 2012
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Travelling the world isn’t cheap. But then, neither is living your day-to-day life. I remember at one point thinking that the best place to start when planning our trip would probably have been by addressing how much we could afford. However at that point, we could afford nothing at all, so it was hardly worthwhile […]

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Time flies: New Zealand’s glacial coast

April 4, 2012
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In the Time Flies series, I’m going to be looking back at whatever I was doing a year ago. There’s nothing wrong with reminiscing in my humble opinion and if you’re at home rather than actually adventuring, then done well, it allows your imagination to carry you elsewhere for a few minutes. This week, I’m […]

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