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Jamaica, Jamaica…!

We are officially off to Jamaica at the end of June for friends wedding!! We have just paid the final payment for the all-inclusive (flights and stay) via Thomson Holidays staying at the ClubHotel RIU, Negril... Whoop whoop! Not only is this a long awaited destination to be visiting but it will be such an honour also... Continue Reading →

New Photo Album: Yasawas, Fiji

Hi everyone, We hope you are having a relaxing weekend. I just wanted to let you know that I have just updated both the Island Hopping the Yasawas, Fiji post and the Yasawa Islands, Fiji | 2012 photo album. They are both a retrospective look at one of the best experiences we've had and the holiday that began... Continue Reading →

High Rollin’ at The Encore Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas

As I walked into the hotel lobby and towards the reception, I caught my first glimpse of the hotel's casino floor and the lavishness decor of the hotel...  It was like something I've never seen before money had been poured into this place to give this amazing aesthetic. Greeted by the friendly and stunning receptionist,... Continue Reading →

  Crossing the border from Bangkok, taking the road to Siem Reap is a long journey, full of surprises. You’ll see lotus fields, rice paddies, and, if you're game, you'll able to try deep-fried tarantula, Lotus Nuts, Baked Sticky Rice, Crickets and other local traditions. One of the first stops we made was at a... Continue Reading →

10 things to do in San Francisco (when you only have 38hrs)

I was sitting in Kitchen Story on 16th,  sipping back the last of what was the best Bloody Mary I'd have ever had. I never knew how serious the bloody Mary game was - these guys absolutely killed it!!  I sat there for a moment as my belly settled and groaned with satisfaction. In front... Continue Reading →

How to Travel the World (Without Being a Millionaire)

As a fond traveller, I'm always faced with the challenge of affording my next adventure on a shoe string budget... I'm pleased to introduce our first guest writer, Breana Johnson who will sheds some light and give us some tips on how, with a bit of effort, we could travel the world (without being a... Continue Reading →

Photography Journal, Reflection.

It’s funny how things work out.  I didn’t start out with a plan to be an Event Photographer or wedding photographer or any kind of photographic profession. In fact, I kind of just fell into it head first whilst chasing my passion – to take better travel photos. It all started, with that first message... Continue Reading →

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