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Louise

Live Like a Local in Christchurch, New Zealand

Live Like A Local Guide So firstly I’m so excited to introduce you to a new series I’m going to be running once a month! I read so many blogs from people all over the world; living through their words and photographs and following their travels. Welcome to ‘live like a local’ I do hope you enjoy the adventure. Originally from the North Coast of Northern Ireland, Abbi from Life…

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World Fusion Sharing Food at Tony Singh Edinburgh

Tony Singh, Apex Hotel Edinburgh Located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Grassmarket, as part of the Apex Hotel, you’ll find Tony Singh’s restaurant. A little un-suspecting from the outside, it’s only once you enter that you realise there’s a whole other level of seating below; which isn’t overly obvious to the passerby tourists and locals. The restaurants strap line is ‘fusion food to share’ and that it indeed lives up…

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Visiting South Queensferry, Edinburgh

South Queensferry Making the most of Edinburgh’s glorious spring sunshine, we decided to spend an afternoon heading out to the village of South Queensferry. Located under the famous Forth Road bridges, it certainly makes for a picturesque view. Take a walk along the pretty coastal pastel houses and enjoy an ice cream with a view. You can also visit one of the many bridge-facing restaurants for a totally unique dining…

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Blogging In Collaboration, Not Competition

Blogging Beginnings I’ve always been busy body. Sometimes I’m my own worst enemy; forever torn between wanting to relax, and wanting to get things done. This is where running a blog falls into things. Something that combines my love for always being busy and keeping myself entertained. I’ve always loved writing and taking photographs, so why not combine that passion into one? When I started blogging it was something to…

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A Birthday Staycation at the Old Town Chambers, Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s Old Town Chambers A couple of weeks ago I was invited to enjoy a complimentary nights stay at Edinburgh’s Old Town Chambers. It coincided perfectly with my birthday weekend; and so, we were off on our mini staycation for the night. Prior to arriving, we were emailed our passcode for door entry. Which works for both the building entrance and the apartment, bespoke to each guest. No need to…

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Is Making it Big as a Blogger All Down to Luck?

Is Being Big As a Blogger All Down to Luck? Since blogging had it’s boom, it’s all become quite a big business. What was once mainly teenagers following on from the days of Live Journal. It’s evolved into something much bigger than all of us. You’re only a five second Google search away from a whole host of tips and advise on how to make it ‘big’ as a blogger.…

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My Travel Experiences & Learnings

My Travel Experiences & Learning’s I’ve been fortunate enough to be travelling my whole life. At only a few months old I was whisked away to France on my first holiday ‘abroad’, then soon after the likes of Spain and Tunisia. At the age of five my family and I flew to New York on Boxing Day. My dad was studying his degree in American history at the time and…

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