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Revolut: How To Use Currency Abroad With No Fees

Revolut: How To Use Currency Abroad With No Fees

Going abroad can be a bit of a nightmare when it comes to currency. I’m not a fan of, nor am I generally organised enough to, exchanging pounds into whatever currency I’ll need before I go, as I don’t know how much I’m going to spend, and...
48 Hours In Venice: 7 Things To See And Do

48 Hours In Venice: 7 Things To See And Do

There are some cities which are so hyped up you can’t help but be disappointed on arrival, the views and atmosphere failing to live up to the high standards set in advance. This was not the case with Venice… Reported to be one of the world’s most...
A Long Weekend In Prague: Day 2

A Long Weekend In Prague: Day 2

I’ve been a little off beat with blogging lately, so today’s post is a little after the fact – an autumnal Prague, going live in December. My second day in Prague dawned bright and early – I mean, seriously early. We were up and out by 7:30 am....
A Long Weekend in Prague: Day 1

A Long Weekend in Prague: Day 1

My first day in Prague started as all days should: with great coffee and a delicious breakfast. This time, it was thanks to Ema Espresso, a specialty coffee shop close to Prague’s Old Town and the train station. A great filter coffee and yummy blueberry cake was...
Instagrams To Follow | Travel

Instagrams To Follow | Travel

I don’t know about you but I am a total and utter Instagram addict. It’s by far my favourite social media platform, and I could spend hours stalking browsing, finding new people to follow and catching up on those I already do. I love the visual aspect,...
Barcelona | Alsur Café

Barcelona | Alsur Café

After a while in a new city, you start to notice that certain things are feeling more familiar than strange, more routine than novelty. You’ll start to have a favourite place to get lunch, a favourite supermarket, a favourite fruit and veg shop. After a while,...