Phuket Jungle Elephant Sanctuary

Thursday 16th August 2018 // Previous Day Morning My first night in Thailand I was conked out by 11 and slept soundly. The bed at the Marina Phuket Hotel was sumptuous and the sheets were soft as silk. I awoke at 6am and it quickly became clear that my sleep…

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Hilltop Haven

I can safely say I indulged in true R&R whilst staying at this Hilltop Haven in Saint Ann. I only wish it didn’t have to end so soon.…

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Hotel Riu Negril

This February, I stayed all-inclusive for the first time ever at the Hotel Riu Negril Jamaica and I absolutely loved it.   My family and I stayed in a double room, of which I don’t have a single photo because I am a truly terrible blogger, and within minutes of…

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2018: The Year in Review

It’s been a big one! Let’s begin. January January saw me turning quarter of a century old in the motherland – Jamaica. Sadly it wasn’t all sun and sea, as the island was hit by an awful storm during my visit, which produced copious amounts of rain and cloud during…

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Flixbus: Ferry Edition

Another wave of extorionate Eurostar tickets had me taking the FlixBus from London to Maastricht once again back in May. This time though we travelled by ferry as opposed to the tunnel, much to the grievance of many on board.     This ride came with its fair share of…

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7 Reasons You Should Work Abroad

  As my time in Maastricht comes to an end, I have become super reflective. Top of the list is how much on the whole I have enjoyed my time working abroad in the Netherlands. A by product of all this thinking, is this post. If you’ve ever thought about…

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Tokyo Tower and Odaiba

Monday The week’s beginning took us firstly to Tokyo Tower. Miwa was doing a half day at work, so I was tasked with navigating my own way to Daimon Metro Station. This was equally exciting and terrifying for me. What if I got lost? What if I fell in a…

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Tobu World Square

Sunday Day Three in Japan took us to Tobu World Square. Another road trip meant more pillows, more Onigiri and another car nap were in order. It was another sweltering beautiful day with nothing but wall to wall sunshine. Both Miwa and her lovely friend Izumi, who joined us for…

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Lost in Japan

Tokyo, Tokyo where do I begin? I truly am lost in the sauce with this one.   I first mentioned back in February that I was Japan Bound, and last week I got back from the beautiful country. For lack of a better word, it was simply amazing, and I’m…

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