The Nai Harn, Phuket

It’s very rare for me to come across somewhere that I absolutely adore. I’m a bit of a home-bird really and as much as I thrive upon exploring new places and travelling, there’s nothing I enjoy more than being in my own room, in my own bed and surrounded by my own things. There’s something so familiar and so calming about it. Re-creating that ‘home away from home‘ feel, where you feel like you belong, is so very difficult elsewhere. And yet, there comes a time where you do find those little places around the world that relax and calm you. Perhaps not in…
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48 Hours in Bangkok

“It’s a bit like marmite, you’ll either love it or hate it,” was one accurate piece of wisdom from one person I spoke to regarding our trip to Bangkok. I think anyone who visits will hear a number of mixed opinions beforehand, ranging from it being dubbed as the louder, busier, crazier and glitzier London – to somewhere that’s likened to a hot, humid hell. I think the latter description is a little harsh but after visiting, I can see both sides of the coin. Bangkok is an acquired taste – but if you’re only staying for a couple of days,…
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Hansar Hotel, Bangkok

Our trip to Thailand began in Bangkok – the natural starting place of any travellers journey. Some choose to venture straight to the islands, on which lay the beautiful beaches that the country is famed for – while others stay on in the capital to experience the hustle and bustle of a Thai city. We opted for the latter of course, with two nights booked to explore and recover from the 14 hour flight. If I’m totally honest, I’d heard mixed things about Bangkok. The majority of people told me to stay away, or only stay a night if I…
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Kyloe, Edinburgh

Edinburgh has a huge array of restaurants, ranging from fast food favourites to fine dining award-winning independents. In short, you’re certainly not going to go hungry. But if you only have a short amount of time in the city, picking just a few to try is a more difficult task than expected. Of course, you could just opt for my usual method of walking around until the hunger completely consumes me and I cave in and run to the nearest restaurant in site. Or, you could read on and gain a little insight into a place I think you’d like…
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48 Hours in Edinburgh

If you’ve ever found yourself wishing that London would be perfect if it was just little bit quieter, friendlier, less polluted, more affordable and prettier, then you’ll want to read on. Because as much as I love the capital, I think I’ve found a city to rival it – offering the most beautiful weekend away, with the best of idyllic countryside, quaint houses, historic castles, designer and high street shopping and enough top-notch restaurants to cater for any city-slick foodie. Introducing, Edinburgh… [ezcol_1third][/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third][/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third_end][/ezcol_1third_end] [ezcol_1third][/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third][/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_1third_end][/ezcol_1third_end] Eat Edinburgh is a foodie’s paradise, because there are so many amazing places…
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