What A Difference A Year Makes!
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What A Difference A Year Makes!

This time last year, I started to contemplate solo travel. I always knew I had it in me. But having recently experienced panic attacks and certain emotions of fear, which I’d never known growing up, I became a little more reserved. Or should I say, certain things made me think twice, when the real me … Continue reading

CHASING 2013: MY EPIC YEAR OF TRAVEL
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CHASING 2013: MY EPIC YEAR OF TRAVEL

This is my year. It’s common knowledge that I travel. A lot. In recent years, the travelling urge came with such vigorous impetus that I, admittedly, had to use every trick both in the book and beyond it’s pages to get out of work. Before turning freelance last year, work was simply getting in the … Continue reading

‘CH’ SHOULD MEAN ‘CHRISTMAS’ IN SWITZERLAND
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‘CH’ SHOULD MEAN ‘CHRISTMAS’ IN SWITZERLAND

FESTIVE FESTOONS IN ZURICH City breaks are popular in Europe in December. Picking the right city to get festive is equally important. That’s why Zurich was a complete surprise. It was meant to be a week’s trip, part-solo, to explore, adventure and eat! The massive added bonus that bowled me over was the extent of … Continue reading