Budapest

In January we headed to Budapest for a busy three days of freezing our butts off on open deck tour buses, then warming them up in thermal baths.ย One thing to mention is that the most used currency in Budapest is the Hungarian Forint, not the euro! I’ve become so used to heading to Europe with […]

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Ubud

After a full on few days of partying and surfing in and around Kuta we were all very much ready to jump on a bus for a nap and head to the relaxing town of Ubud in the uplands of Bali, famous for Bali’s rainforest and rice terraces. There wasn’t much time to chill though […]

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Kuta

If you spend your first trip to Bali at an all-inclusive resort you are really really doing it wrong. Bali is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and each part is completely different to the other, you really can’t stay in just one place. Go to Bali to explore, have an adventure […]

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Chicago

Chicago, my favourite city in the world. If only it were possible to move there tomorrow, I’d be straight to the nearest Jeep dealer, eyeing up my Lincoln Park apartment and securing my Cubs season ticket. It’s leafy and chilled, where old meets new, there are rooftop bars, volleyball on the beach and comedy shows, […]

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Singapore

In Singapore you’re never lost for something new to see or do. I was in the Lion City for three days on a stop over home from Bali and although i packed loads inย I’m going to need at least another two holidays there! I loved the way the old meets the new. From Little India […]

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Berlin

A bank holiday weekend spent exploring Berlin. From the tourist hotspots of Brandenburg Gate and the East Side Gallery to Kreuzberg street food markets and desolate techno club districts.

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Milan

A weekend exploring the streets of Milan. From the roof terraces of the 600 year old cathedral to the quirky galleries and cafรฉ designed by Wes Anderson, there’s something for everyone.

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