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Travelling in 2012: A Photographic Roundup

It’s been an odd twelve months. I knew this year would involve a lot of travel, but I didn’t count on quite so much. This time last year, I was mainly blogging for my friends and family; now, I feel like I’m writing for a much bigger audience. And three continents and ten countries later, […]

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Why I Fell In Love With Lisbon

“And here is the statue of St Anthony, patron saint of the lost. Every June we have a huge festival for him – people of all ages, everywhere in the streets, drinking and dancing.” The three other members of our tour group nod, appreciatively. I am the only one not taking photos of the statue. […]

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Food for Thought: The Importance of Port

Disclaimer: the following post is the first in a series that will document my two-day post-conference trip through Northern Portugal, kindly organised by the Portuguese Tourist Board. I’ve never been on a sponsored trip before, so I’m breaking down my write up into three sections to fully describe everything we did. The next two installments, […]

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Travel Bloggers Unite: The Dance of the Mustard Party Pants

“This way for drinking!” A rousing cheer went up from the surrounding seats of our hire coach. Nomadic Matt led the party stumbling down the steps as we landed, one by one, in the pools of light that fell onto Porto’s main square. Behind him, Budget Traveller, Vicki Flipflop and The Time Travelling Turtle rallied […]

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