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Supper on the Seine – Bateaux Mouches Dinner Cruise Review

Paris has quite the reputation as one of the most romantic cities in the world. From courting couples to those celebrating important wedding anniversaries, there’s a beaucoup d’amour and I decided that I wanted in! What could be more romantic than a sunset cruise on the Seine with Mr Fluskey, fancy French cuisine and lashings… Continue reading Supper on the Seine – Bateaux Mouches Dinner Cruise Review

A Bed in Montmatre, Paris – Caulaincourt Square Hostel Review

It is often thought that visiting Paris, France costs a small fortune. Well, it doesn’t have to! There is are plenty of ways to save money and still have a great time. Throughout the city, there are hostels and boutique hotels that cater for backpackers and flashpackers alike! On our latest trip to Paris, we… Continue reading A Bed in Montmatre, Paris – Caulaincourt Square Hostel Review

Cicchetti and Chats – Eatwith Venice Food Tour Review

On our first trip to Venice (way back in 2007) we were on a very tight budget. Not only that, but we were totally clueless about foodie tourism and were rubbish at researching! As a result, we ate at McDonald’s (the shame), self-catered by making seriously mediocre pasta and missed out on SO MUCH! If… Continue reading Cicchetti and Chats – Eatwith Venice Food Tour Review

A Bed in Santorini – Caveland Hostel Review

Let’s be honest, Santorini is not a cheap destination. Alongside Mykonos, it is the most expensive destination in Greece, but with some wise choices, it is possible to see Santorini on a budget. Your first step? Finding great accommodation that is also excellent value. When we started searching for ours, Caveland Hostel kept popping up.… Continue reading A Bed in Santorini – Caveland Hostel Review

A Bed in Placencia – Naia Resort and Spa Review

When you say, “Belize” to people, they usually think of two things; The Great Blue Hole and sipping rum on a beach. Now, the islands do have beaches of a sort but the sad is gritty and it can be too windy to really relax. For sand you can sink your toes into, and a… Continue reading A Bed in Placencia – Naia Resort and Spa Review

My Belizean Birthday – A Tropic Air Blue Hole Tour Review

When coming up with ideas for futures trips, there is always a swirling selection somewhere in my brain. Sometimes I want to visit a whole country because I have heard so much about it. Sometimes, a holiday idea grows like an oyster pearl from a tiny piece of grit. A temple, a food dish or… Continue reading My Belizean Birthday – A Tropic Air Blue Hole Tour Review

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