On our recent trip to Ireland we had decided to book into the DAA Executive Lounge at Dublin Airport prior to our flight back to London. We were impressed with the relaxed, stylish atmosphere, selection of complimentary snacks & drinks from the bar and friendly service from the staff. We had no trouble finding the lounge once we passed through security and were warmly welcomed by the staff at the lounge. The lounge is located away from the main departure crowds yet close enough for…

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London is a magnificent city and without doubt one my favourite cities in the world. The View from The Shard provides us the best opportunity to see this exciting bustling city from above. The View from The Shard is London’s highest viewing platform at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building & offers the most incredible views over this incredible city. The highest point of the viewing platform in located 240m above ground and on a clear day, visitors can see up to 40 miles away…

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My mermaid pals & I treated ourselves to a P&O South Pacific Cruise for our University graduation present to ourselves and spent two weeks cruising the South Pacific. Whilst we enjoyed living in luxury on sea days, we LOVED exploring Vanuatu and New Caledonia, with stops in beautiful Santo, Champagne Bay, Port Vila, Wala and Noumea. The South Pacific is truly one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. Want to read more about our South Pacific adventures?  Champagne Bay, Santo, Wala & Port Vila. To see more…

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Italy is one of our favourite country in the world and it has some of the most charming, beautiful coastal villages and towns in the world. Here are 20 of the most beautiful Coastal Villages in Italy. 1. Manarola Picture perfect, colourful Manarola is the second smallest of the popular Cinque Terre towns and is famour for its vast vineyards, medieval relics, hiking trails and bright, colourful houses that are built into the hillside overlooking the sparkling blue Ligurian Sea. Source 2. Positano Positano is…

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The Isle of Wight is a small island off the South of England, just a short ferry ride from Portsmouth. We spent a weekend driving around the entire island, exploring its stunning beaches, forests, vineyards, castles and fell in love with its beauty. We visited the Islands number one tourist attraction, The Needles which are located at Alum Bay and wandered along sandy Shanklin & Sandown beaches. Our favourite beach however was Freshwater Bay with its sparkling, crystal clear waters. I literally couldn’t believe we…

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