Coronavirus Italy lock-down: personal experience

Have you ever wanted to go home after a holiday? Nah, us either, except for this past week when the Coronavirus Italy lock-down was announced without warning. We had legitimate fears we’d be stuck in Sicily for the month to…

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A weekend in Prague (for travel bloggers and creatives)

A welcome cool breeze skimmed across the Vltava, as dozens of paddle-boat revellers and a few small ferries floated past me on excursions along the Prague waterfront. I’d arrived ahead of Cooper for our weekend in Prague for travel bloggers –…

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2 days in Stockholm

All I can say about Stockholm is that you really should add the city to your travel bucket-list – at least 2 days in Stockholm, if not more. I insist. Travel itinerary: 2 days in Stockholm From the moment you…

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Honouring the value of sweet serendipity

What does serendipity mean to you? In my world, it’s about more than coincidence; it’s when things – people, places, scenarios – come back around, and become significant. It is about when you knew there was something there all along,…

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When big cities sleep

I love breathing in London during dawn’s early hours. There’s nothing quite like it, and through sleepiness emerges new, fresh life. During the wee hours, I could be cruising through any other place in the world; quiet, its citizens (mostly) fast…

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TBEX Ireland: my first travel blog conference

I’m presently hanging out at Dublin airport reflecting on my first travel blog conference experience. Appropriately the view outside of the floor to ceiling glass windows is all green: grass, trees and a fleet of Aer Lingus planes. The land…

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