My Favourite Travel Memories

Travel has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. I was lucky enough to have parents that took us on holidays every year and we explored a lot of the East Coast of Australia when we were growing up. I am glad Mum & Dad waited to take us abroad until we were an age that we would remember and really appreciate it. Since my first overseas trip I’ve been lucky enough to explore more than forty countries across…

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The Best Things To Do in a London Heatwave

Whilst Londoners don’t usually sweat through long hot summers, they do get at least a few weeks of wonderful summer sunshine and the occasional heatwave! Once the weather warms up, people become so much happier and you really can experience the best of London! After work drinks spill out into beer gardens, ice cream shops pop up on every corner, rooftop bars and parks become even more appealing, you can BBQ outside and even take a dip in one of London’s pools, lidos or ponds!…

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A Guide to London’s Markets

London has some of the world’s best and most iconic markets that are ideal for shopping, food, antiques, fresh produce and art, just to name a few! The city has a huge selection of markets with something for everyone and here is our guide to the best markets in London.

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Wining and Dining at LUX* South Ari Atoll

Dan and I are both total foodies, so when it came to booking our honeymoon in the Maldives, we knew we would need to choose a resort with multiple high-quality dining options. When we came across LUX* we knew we were onto a winner, as it is one of the largest island resorts in the Maldives. With an extensive choice of 8 restaurants and 5 bars, we knew we had found the resort for us! Every restaurant and bar at LUX* had a unique style,…

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The Most Picturesque Villages in Cornwall

The Cornish stretch of coastline is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. If there was ever a place in the UK where we would like to settle down, we would choose Cornwall in a heartbeat. Cornwall’s coastal towns and villages are picture perfect with whitewashed fishermen’s cottages, sandy beaches and picturesque harbours with bobbing fishing boats. Cornwall’s villages are bursting with history, majestic ruins, scenic walks, incredible local cuisine and quaint seaside holiday cottages. Each town and village has their…

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Discover London’s Most Colourful Places

London often gets a bad reputation for being miserable and grey, mostly thanks to the weather. However, it may surprise a lot of people to know just how many bright, colourful places there are around London to visit! From pastel townhouses to pretty in pink cafes and bakeries, to street art, parks and pubs, there really is colour in every corner of London. Here are our favourite colourful places in London that are sure to brighten up your day!

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The Ultimate Overwater Bungalow at LUX* South Ari Atoll

The Maldives has no shortage of overwater bungalows and we had the toughest choice deciding which resort to book for our honeymoon. After what seemed like weeks of research, we settled on LUX* in the beautiful South Ari Atoll thanks to their gorgeous overwater bungalows and rave reviews from previous guests! LUX* is one of the larger resorts in the Maldives, being able to accommodate up to about 300 people and even though we visited during peak season when they were at capacity, it never…

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Arriving at LUX* South Ari Atoll Maldives

After a whirlwind tour of Sri Lanka, we boarded our hour flight to Male, the capital of the Maldives, or as I like to call it, Heaven on Earth! The Maldives have always been my ultimate honeymoon destination and it almost didn’t feel real to finally be there! I actually had butterflies as I was so excited to be visiting (and honeymooning) in a place which has been at the top of my bucket list for as long as I can remember. For our honeymoon…

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The Best Places in Europe to see Spring Flowers

Spring is well and truly on its way in the UK and Europe and those memories of the ‘Beast from the East‘, seemingly endless snow and scraping ice off your car windscreen will soon be long gone. One of my favourite memories from living in England was at the end of each winter, when the daffodils would start to bloom everywhere you looked. It was a sign that spring really was just around the corner! Seeing spring flowers bloom is one of the best ways…

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10 Life Admin Hacks: How to Master Organising Your Life

Dan and I have had a huge year, we moved across the world, got married, honeymooned in the Maldives and Sri Lanka and a month ago purchased our first home! It certainly wasn’t an easy process but thanks to our organisation we didn’t end up too stressed. We are loving being homeowners but there are also a lot of important administrative things we need to do in order to keep on top of everything! Sorting out your life admin can be tough but also super satisfying…

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