Tag : travel

“Guayaquil de mis amores” – Ecuador’s Hidden Beauty

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If you are willing to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, to the far side of South America you will find a little corner of the world that is home to 16 million people. Despite it being one of the more overlooked South American countries, Ecuador will surprise you with its … Read More

Luxembourg: Off the beaten track

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Few could say that Luxembourg is top of their list for a long weekend away, but after spending four days there I couldn’t recommend it more. Nestled between France, Germany and Belgium, Luxembourg hardly stands out on the map. In fact, it wasn’t even visible on my scratch-away map, much … Read More

Naples: Italy’s scariest city?

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The cobbled roads are jam-packed with a horde of cars beeping incessantly, cursing one another as they pass. People fearlessly squeeze through the cracks between the frenzied traffic as if with a death wish. The walls of the looming buildings stained by grit are completely vandalised with graffiti consisting of … Read More

Interview with Kimberley Coole: The colourful life of a travel photographer

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UK based award winning travel photographer Kimberley Coole travels to create exciting stock imagery for Getty Images, within the Lonely Planet Images Collection. How did you get into travel photography? It was whilst I was on my honeymoon, we totally fell in love with Asia. When we got back, we … Read More

Let’s go to… Norfolk!

4 years ago / 0 comments

Norfolk may not bring to mind the most glamourous of images, especically not if you’ve been dreaming of holidays abroad. In fact, there mere mention of Norfolk and most people will hit you with jokes about strange accents and webbed feet. The county gets a bad rep, when in actual … Read More

Festival Fun on Croatia Sands

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Croatia may be rich with with culture and surrounded by sapphire waters, but it is for its festivals that this European gem has become known for, with explosively exciting events taking place each summer. It comes as no surprise, really. What better country than one blessed with sea and sun to … Read More

Traveller’s Eye: India

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This collection of images embodies my time spent in India. By completing the Golden Triangle in Northern India, which took me to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and documenting every interesting person that I passed, the images came together to capture perfectly the beautiful, intriguing and fascinating diversity of humans in India. CHILD … Read More

Berlin in a nutshell

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You’re in Berlin for the weekend, thanks to cheap flights and the promise of even cheaper beer. Having lived in Berlin for six months, I know what’s worth squeezing into a short stay here. It breaks my heart that you could spend hours traipsing around Checkpoint Charlie – it’s fake, … Read More

Pub grub and culture on your doorstep in York

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After a month of exams and being trapped in a continuous migratory pattern between Hyde Park and Edward Boyle, there was much talk about ‘getting out’ and escaping Leeds for a day. That’s how last Sunday, eight pounds and a twenty minute train ride later I found myself, along with … Read More

Enjoy a Day of Rambling and Tea Drinking in Harrogate

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Located just 30 minutes from Leeds, Harrogate is a perfect destination for a day trip. The beautiful spa town has preserved all of its old-fashioned charm and the true essence of Yorkshire. The cobbled roads, the intricate arcades and the abundance of impressive architecture makes Harrogate one of the top … Read More