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5th February 2020

There’s no escaping it: as beautiful, nature-filled and outdoorsy as Seattle might be, this is a city that comes with a price tag. A rather hefty one. With average budgets (for a three day trip) coming in at $500 per person, the high cost of the...

28th January 2020

Fly just three hours north – over the lights of Stockholm and Helsinki – and you’ll find yourself passing over a frontier. Far beneath you, surrounded by snow-burdened boreal forests and icy blue waters, lies Finland’s Arctic Circle: the roof of the world. A precise 66°33′46.3″ north of the equator, this imaginary circle marks our planet’s most northerly point. However, far more than just a geographical boundary – crossing here means passing into another...

28th January 2020

Planning a trip to Finnish Lapland can be an exciting, yet slightly overwhelming, experience. A wild, wintery...

17th January 2020

I’d heard rumours about Totnes during our last visit to Dartmoor. Sat inside the warm ceramics studio belonging to...

13th January 2020

Visiting Prague at Christmas has been a dream of mine since I read the book: Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Set amongst...

25th November 2019

There’s something about England’s South West that I find hard to resist, especially once those dark nights start to creep in. As we begin to wake up to frost laced gardens and the rattle of tired radiators, I begin to think of heading some place else – driving past the pretty villages of the Cotswolds, through rural Wiltshire and down into the rolling hills of Somerset. Each time I visit I know I’ll discover a new sleepy village filled with muddy wellies and market...

23rd November 2019

It’s been thirty years since the reunification of Germany and the fall of the Berlin Wall. A monumental moment in both German and European history, the removal of the divide not only united a country, but pieced together a destination overflowing...

8th November 2019

As rain threatened to fall from the dark autumnal sky, we ran from South Kensington station and down streets lined with...

2nd November 2019

Whilst our Pacific Northwest road trip had been an unforgettable experience, it had also proven to be unforgettably...

28th October 2019

Traditionally, road trip itineraries for the Pacific North West are limited to the states of Washington and Oregon;...

30th September 2019

Joules is fast approaching a milestone birthday: the big 3.0, in fact. Celebrating all that has made this brand so popular – its patterned wellies now a coveted lifestyle in their own right – the team at Joules have spent the past year throwing...

24th September 2019

When putting together the itinerary for our second TTT Tour, our first worry concerned time. Would three days in Istanbul be enough? Would this expansive, serpentine city be conquerable in just a weekend?  In a city notorious for its traffic, its sprawling neighbourhoods and the no small matter that it straddles not one, but two, continents, would we be chewed up and spat out before we even caught a glimpse of this minaret-filled city? Keen to ensure that our tour would...

20th September 2019

Hot air ballooning in Cappadocia has retained poll position on my bucket list for many years. In fact, I can still...

6th September 2019

During our visit to Sicily, I was keen to plan a day trip from Taormina to Syracuse. Having stumbled across images of...

4th September 2019

This guide on the best things to do in Rügen, Germany, has come about thanks to a sponsored trip we took to the island...

16th August 2019

Our day out in Cambridge came about thanks to a kind invitation from the University Arms.  Rumoured to be...

14th August 2019

A city that was in the grips of a civil war just 40 years ago, Belfast is a destination that has undergone a dazzling...

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