5 Reasons I Love Melbourne
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5 Reasons I Love Melbourne

  Australia is a strange place. The size of a large continent, with more uninhabited space than Russia, it’s about as far as you can fly from the UK. But fly there I did, back in 2009 when I did the…

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My Favourite London Cafes
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My Favourite London Cafes

Oh how I love to eat. And how I love to do it in London. I’ve been meaning to do a post all about my favourite London cafés for a while now, but such is life, and I’ve not been arsed.…

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2015 Roundup: London Life
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2015 Roundup: London Life

Okay, so this is awkward. I used to post monthly roundups. You may even remember them? No? Okay well, I did. Then, I started missing them….so I posted every other monthly roundups (I think they call that ‘bi-monthly’?). Then, I…

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Where to Travel in 2016
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Where to Travel in 2016

  For the past two years, Oli and I have spent Christmas in the UK with our families and have swiftly departed to warmer climes in the early days of the New Year. So this year will be a little…

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Things to Do in London on New Years Eve
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Things to Do in London on New Years Eve

New Years Eve is such a weird night, isn’t it? I’ve lived in London for over a decade and I can count on one hand the amount of great New Years nights I have had here. Purely, because I am…

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The Ultimate Guide to Hanoi for Beginners
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The Ultimate Guide to Hanoi for Beginners

This weeks post is brought to you from Jess of Tripelio: Jess is a writer and blogger who loves to travel! Having visited places all over the globe, traveling is both her love and addiction (and she doesn’t want to…

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My Favourite Places to Eat & Drink in Bangkok
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My Favourite Places to Eat & Drink in Bangkok

Bangkok is a city for decadence. It’s perfect for a night out feasting on food, quaffing all the drinks you can responsibly manage and squeezing in some dancing too. These five places tick all of my boxes when it comes…

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A Guide to Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market
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A Guide to Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market

    Anyone who knows me knows this to be true: I hate shopping. Well, there are obviously exceptions to this statement; I can often be seen happily perusing a beauty haul (be it Boots, or Selfridges) for literally hours,…

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June, July & August Roundup: 20 Months of Travel
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June, July & August Roundup: 20 Months of Travel

Okay this will be a mammoth roundup, as I’ve clearly lost the plot with any form of organisational skills. Indeed, I don’t seem to be on top of keeping the so called ‘monthly roundups’ in a monthly format at all! Since…

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A Packing List for Iceland in Summer
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A Packing List for Iceland in Summer

This weeks post was written by Ashley Tippins, who recently launched the blog Standby Sojourners, which details her adventures around the world via non-revenue pass travel. Ashley has traveled to 27 countries, and loves to share practical tips and reviews interspersed with long-form…

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Turbulent Times in Thailand’s Koh Tao
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Turbulent Times in Thailand’s Koh Tao

This title may appear dramatic, but I promise that when you finish reading this post you will agree that yes, it has been a touch turbulent. Sidenote: If you’re looking for some sensationalist nonsense about last years murders in Koh…

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Slowing Down in George Town.
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Slowing Down in George Town.

It’s a fact universally acknowledged that living on a tropical island is incredible stressful. I’m pretty sure that’s a direct Jane Austen quote. She lived in Fiji right? Jokes aside, life is dreamy but of course, if you want to…

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May & June Roundup – 17 Months of Travel
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May & June Roundup – 17 Months of Travel

Since I now live in Koh Tao and have been doing very little in the way of travelling, these posts may become a touch…dry, to say the least. But I think it’s still nice to write them every month (when…

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Why Your Next Trip Should Be to Koh Tao
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Why Your Next Trip Should Be to Koh Tao

Let me explain why I’m writing this semi-hyperbolic blog post about Koh Tao. You may have read recently in the news that the two Burmese migrants accused of killing two British backpackers last year have recently gone on trial in…

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Camping Out in the Sydney Storms!
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Camping Out in the Sydney Storms!

Yo! Hannah and Taran here. We hail from Southern England, where we met online and are now realizing our mutual passion for travel here at NomaderHowFar. We discuss Nomadic Living, Simplifying your Life and Long-term Travel, to empower, motivate and…

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