Review: Travel Safe with TravelOn

Review: Travel Safe with TravelOn

Travelling to South America is scary enough, without being a travel blogger and lugging with me all the thief-tempting tech I need to keep my blog running – things like my laptop, camera and iPhone on top of travel cash, cards and passports. Wherever you’re headed on your travels, it’s…

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Review: PackTowl Personal Travel Towel

Review: PackTowl Personal Travel Towel

This is my review of the PackTowl Personal Travel Towel. Possibly the best lightweight microfibre towel for travel you can buy! I’ve had mine for 5 years and it’s still going strong. When you’re heading on a long journey with nothing but a 60L backpack to hold five months’ worth…

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Review: Hiking Boots from Mountain Warehouse

choosing the right backpack for travel

The build up to travel can be almost as exciting as actually going; all the planning, research, daydreaming and list-making that comes with making those big travel plans really helps to prolong the whole experience. Since booking flights to South America last month, I’ve drawn up a long list of things…

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Review: Questing for the Perfect Bikini from Bravissimo

Review: Questing for the Perfect Bikini from Bravissimo

It might have been rather unfashionably late, but summer is finally here with a vengeance. Which means one thing. Bikini season is once again upon us. Much as I love summer – BBQs, beaches, sunshine and swimming – it does pose one, or rather two, big problems for me. I have…

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Review: Sofitel Marrakech

After I first visited Marrakech in March last year, I did a post about the three main options when it comes to hotels in the Red City; a riad in the Medina, a luxury hotel in the Nouvelle Ville, or a resort complex in La Palmerie outside of the city.…

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Review: Hotel Riad Mamouche

Hotel in Merzouga

Thanks to the tourism generated by the Erg Chebbi dunes, hotels in the Saharan region of South Morocco are not hard to come by. In the larger towns of Rissani and Erfoud there are plenty of big hotels to choose from, but these are still a fair drive away from…

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