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    A Four Week Itinerary to Vietnam

    Vietnam is bursting at the seams with mouth-watering food, marvellous scenery, hospitable locals and a rich yet, troublesome history.

    There is so much to see and do in this diverse country and it is so hard to squeeze it all into a one month visa. Therefore, I have written up my 4 week itinerary to help you with your planning.

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    Why You Should Book A Trip To Madeira, Portugal This Summer

    Madeira is a small Portuguese island floating off of the coast of Portugal, Spain and Morocco. Renowned for its mountainous scenery, vibrant orange roofed houses, unique toboggan run and splendid Madeiran cake, wine and cuisine, this island has a lot to offer its visitors.

    Although Madeira has been branded as a holiday destination for the ‘elder generation’, my trip with my family in early June confirmed that this unspoiled, quiet gem has a lot to offer any holidaymaker who enjoys a less touristy destination with phenomenal walking opportunities, quaint cobbled high streets and welcoming locals.

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    9 Unmissable Spots in New York City

    New York is one of the most iconic cities in the world.

    We’ve heard of it and seen it on so many TV programmes – Friends, Gossip Girl, Sex and the City (to name a few) – that we feel like we’ve lived like a New Yorker before we’ve even set foot in Grand Central Station. We’ve heard of the terms ‘Upper East Side’ and ‘Upper West’ but have no real idea what they mean and we’ve envisioned that skyline so many times that when you actually set eyes on it, you have to pinch yourself that it’s real. You’re actually in the Big Apple!

    It’s an overwhelming city that steals a slice of every visitor’s heart. Here are my 9 unmissable spots in NYC.

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    New York’s Must Eats

    When I visited my best friend, Fiona in her new stomping ground, New York she planned a jam-packed itinerary based solely around the Big Apple’s mouth-watering food scene – what a friend.

    Ten days and ten pounds later, we had eaten our way across Manhattan sampling everything from calorific Chicago deep pan pizza to succulent, zesty chicken taco shells.

    And although my waistline begs to differ, the indulgence was worth every calorie.

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    The Weirdest Things About Being Home After 16 Months of Travel

    I have now been back in my motherland – the UK – for almost 2 weeks and am quickly adjusting to life without my trusty yet haggard, old backpack.

    Throughout my 16 months of travel I settled and worked in Auckland, New Zealand for 7 months, ventured through South East Asia for 6 months and treated myself to a few pit stops in Fiji, Oz and America along the way. I lived on a very tight budget, wore the comfiest of clothes, ate at street stalls, stayed mostly in dorm rooms and sat on buses for hours on end every few days.

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    Postcards Home – Week 64

    To my dearest friends, family and fellow culture cravers,

    For the past 10 days I have been visiting my best friend, Fiona in The Big Apple. Since she moved to New York in January, I knew I HAD to fit in a trip to visit her and this iconic city.

    When I first set foot on Wall Street in Downtown New York (where Fiona lives), it was just as I’d imagined.

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