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Hotel TerraVina, The New Forest – Review

Hotel TerraVina, The New Forest – Review

Shortly before I left for Australia, I headed to the New Forest for a night at Hotel TerraVina with one of my good friends, Laura. The New Forest is one of my favourite areas in the UK. I love the wild horses, the beautiful scenery and the quaint old pubs, so I was excited to be…

The Perfect Northern Ireland Road Trip – Route, Stops & Food!

The Perfect Northern Ireland Road Trip – Route, Stops & Food!

I visited Northern Ireland in 2016 for the first time, spending a weekend in Belfast. I had a great time and decided I’d like to see more of the country. So I booked another flight to this lovely country. Second time around I took a Northern Ireland road trip and explored the other cities and towns,…

Royal China Fulham, London – Review

Royal China Fulham, London – Review

I’m a massive fan of dim sum, so when I got the opportunity to visit Royal China and try out their new dim sum menu, I leapt at the chance. I often used to walk past the Baker Street branch, jealously checking out the people inside but I’ve never actually been in myself. So I…

A Guide To Burgundy, France

A Guide To Burgundy, France

I love visiting France, and although I travel there regularly to visit family in the Alsace or to ski in the Alps, I have to admit I’ve seen very little of the country. However this year I’ve managed to visit two new areas; Provence in August, and Burgundy in September. I knew of the famous…

The Mary Rose Museum in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

The Mary Rose Museum in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Last month I headed back to the South Coast of England, where I grew up. It was a friends wedding in Portsmouth and I decided to take advantage of being on the coast and do a little sightseeing on my home turf. When I was a child we often visited the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in the…

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

As a wine lover (but by no means an expert!), I was very excited to be visiting Châteauneuf-du-Pape. I knew of the wine, but before organising the trip, I didn’t realise that Châteauneuf-du-Pape is also a village, as well as a wine producing region (which is made up of seven villages).     The village…

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