I’m ecstatic because in just over two months time Dan and I will be newlyweds and jetting off on our honeymoon! Our original honeymoon plan was to spend three weeks up the Great Barrier Reef and we’d booked an amazing trip that included Hamilton Island, Cairns, Fitzroy Island and a few nights on a live-aboard where we would scuba dive multiple times a day on the reef. I, being completely OCD was reading up on recent reviews of our luxury apartment on Hamilton Island and…

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Bali is a destination that has long been on our radar, and whilst Dan visited long before we met, now that we are living in Australia we are itching to get over there together (we even considered it for our honeymoon, but the Maldives won in the end)! Bali is the perfect destination for us as it combines both adventure and luxury. I’d love to rent a villa in Bali and spent half my holiday exploring the island and half my holiday relaxing in luxury. For a small…

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Described by Lonely Planet as the ‘star of the Mediterranean’, Mallorca is a beautiful island bursting with culture, history and lush scenery, all waiting to be uncovered. Mallorca is a destination that is quickly growing more popular every year, and it’s easy to see why! This gorgeous island has everything one could ever ask for. From quaint historical towns such as Alcudia; to bustling, lively cities like Palma, Mallorca has something for everyone to enjoy! Whilst Mallorca is renowned for its nightlife, beach resorts and…

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After two UK winters I thought I would never complain about an Australian winter again, turns out I was wrong. There’s nothing like daylight savings ending, a bit of drizzle and winter chill for one to start daydreaming about tropical climates, sunshine and holidays! Whilst we love ski holidays and visiting snowy places, we really don’t enjoy the cold when there is no snow involved and so more often than not end up chasing the summer sun! There are some incredible places in Asia and…

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Lake Titicaca is the world’s largest, high altitude lake and it is easy to understand how the Incas give credit to Lake Titicaca for the creation of their entire civilisation. Located on the Southern Part of Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol is considered by the Incas to be the birthplace of the Sun God. My best friend and I were on a tour of Bolivia and Peru with Dragoman for the final month of our time in South America. We visited this tranquil island on…

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