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Middle Temple: A walk through history

Hidden away between Fleet Street and The Embankment is a place where time has stood still. The Temple is home to a beautiful ancient church  and one of the main legal districts in London. The grand terrace now houses barristers chambers and the cobbled streets adorned with gas lamps creates a real secluded and tranquil space in the heart of the City.

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Escape to Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa

You know the saying, the older get the wiser you become. Well, I’m certainly holding on to that particular gem with two hands and running with it.

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Wulf & Lamb: Chelsea's vegan neighbour

Veganism in today’s society is big business. More people are embracing the plant-based diet, giving rise to a surge of vegan eateries sprouting up across the UK. One in particular had my taste buds tingling in anticipation since its opening. View Post

Top 5 stops on the Garden Route of South Africa

High on the list for many Cape Town visitors is to experience one of the world’s most spectacular drives. We were no exception and couldn’t wait to hit the 200 mile scenic road which winds around South Africa’s southeastern coastline. View Post

The Avocado Art Supper Club & Masterclass

Let’s just admit it. Britain is in love with avocados. Consumption of the creamy green fruit has skyrocketed over the last few years and we are well and truly in the grip of avocado mania.

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Crocker's Folly: Epic Lebanese in St John's Wood

At the end of a quiet residential street in St John’s Wood lies a gateway to lost times. The signage makes you think of a traditional British pub. It’s a bit of artistic license though. Step over the threshold and you’re transported into a bygone era with opulence, old school glamour and the most humongous chandeliers.

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Discover the gems of Mallorca

For a small island Mallorca has so much to offer its visitors. I have to admit I had always turned my nose up at the largest of the Balearic islands. Put off by the tales of jam-packed beaches, bustling tourist resorts and magnets for party animals, I steered well clear until this summer.

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7 ways to eat like a local in Amsterdam

Okay so Dutch food may not be on your radar as much as an Indian or Chinese. There are, however, plenty of unique culinary experiences to tantalise a traveller’s tastebuds.

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