A couple of weeks ago I went on a six-day trip to Paris with my boyfriend. We spent two days exploring the city, then made our way to the happiest place on earth for four days – Disneyland Paris. I visited Disneyland Paris earlier this year however we only went for the day. It ABSOLUTELY chucked it down the entire time we were there and as a result, a lot of the rides and attractions were closed. Basically, all we managed to watch the parade, go on It’s a Small World and watch the fireworks at the end of the…

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Over the last few months, I’ve posted about a lot of different destinations in my ongoing Bucket List series. I’ve not really covered a specific destination to one post alone, but as Thailand is pretty high up on my bucket list, I thought it deserved a blog post all to itself.  Thailand has always been on my list of places I want to visit but as I am saving for my big American trip next year, my dream of going is having to take a back seat for the time being. That doesn’t mean I can’t plan though, right? I’m hoping…

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When I think about it, travel really influences a lot of different aspects of my life without me even realising. Whether they’re the obvious things such as the work I create or the people I meet, or the less obvious things like my work/life balance and my home. I don’t often talk about where I live on my blog as to be honest, I never thought it had anything to do with my niche – travel. That was until I looked around and realised that the way I decorate is often based on travel experiences I have had. Thinking about…

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Ah Paris, the city of love! By the time you’re reading this post I will be in Paris for my second trip this year. I visited for the first time back in February, however, I felt that I didn’t get anywhere near as many of the city done as I wanted to, so here we are – going back for round two! We covered a lot of ground when we were there and I’ve already got my list ready for my current trip, so I thought I’d share with a list of my top 10 things to do in Paris based on my experiences…

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I’ve posted before about how I tend to travel out of the summer season as it’s much quieter and much cheaper. I know it means I don’t often get to enjoy anything above 30 degrees heat, but it helps when it comes to budgeting my travel. Saying that, before I started travelling often I had absolutely no idea what to pack for a break in Autumn. The difference in weather is sometimes a right nightmare when traveling abroad, for example when I went to Dusseldorf recently I was expecting rain and 12 degrees and we ended up baking in 25-degree…

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