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I have recently stumbled upon a very real and difficult problem. You might think this isn’t earth shattering, and of course, nobody died, however it has caused me somewhat of a problem or ten.  ...

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Travelling Alone After a Breakup

May 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

As someone who has travelled both as part of a couple and as a single, I can say they both have their pros and cons. The pros: – You can keep your own schedule and...

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The capital of Austria is one of those quiet European gems that may not be particularly high on your list of places to visit, but it is definitely worth checking out. My parents were in...

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Taking Your Nieces or Nephews on Trips

May 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

I distinctly remember in the 90s that people used to call divorced Dads who had their kids on the weekend “Disneyland Dads.” The term was pejorative and refers to the fact that the Mums did...

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What I packed when I moved to Turkey

May 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Packing is a nightmare, do you agree? Whether it’s a holiday, a weekend away, or worse still, moving out, figuring out what you will need for a set length of time is rather difficult to...

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How I found a place to live in Turkey

May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

I have recently had a bit of a logistical nightmare. It’s over now, I can talk about it without stressing, but thankfully I now have a roof over my head, when before it was starting...

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What to Eat When You Move Abroad

April 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Food glorious food!   One of the hardest stumbling blocks I have come across since moving abroad is how to eat healthily, without breaking the bank and overspending in a short space of time.  ...

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You only live once.   How many times have you heard that saying?   It’s true, but it’s also easier said than done to throw everything aside and take off on a big adventure. I...

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How to Coordinate a City Break with Friends

March 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re the one who has been put in charge of organising a friends-only holiday, I have one thing to say – good luck! Being the one who has to collect the opinions, organise them,...

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Making friends with locals when you move abroad

February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Part of travel is about experiencing culture and way of life, so what’s the best way to do just that?   Live like a local, of course.   Making friends with the locals is the...

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