5 Reasons You Should Prioritise Travel

Growing up in a era where travel comes as easy as booking a flight to a destination in minutes, I feel extremely privileged. A privilege that certainly was not available to many of our ancestors who lived before myself. For someone who grew up well travelled, my twenties were only going to end up one way. However, I didn’t know…
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Three-Course Travel Menu With The World

I often talk about eating cuisines from different parts of the world here in London, especially as it is such a multi-cultural city with so much diversity. However, i’m going to change it up a little and mix it with my beaming wanderlust. When you think of a menu, you think of starters, mains and desserts, right? I’m taking each…
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Getting Inspired By Cornwall

My favourite thing about travelling is you never know what to expect. You can look at hundreds of photos of your destination, plenty of TripAdvisor comments of the hotel you’re planning to stay at or plan your trip in an Excel spreadsheet. However, there is something you cannot prepare yourself for, which is getting blown away by the unexpected situations.…
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The Outtakes Of A Travel Blogger

Being a travel blogger is great, going on press trips to far, travelling to worldwide destinations and to magnificent hotels. Not to mention the family, holidays with your parents and siblings. All great. Except when you become the designated photographer of the trip. Unknown uncles that you have acquired in the past few days shouting your name “Aftab, take this…
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5 Ways To Maintain Your Flying Fears

Growing up I was the child that wanted to go on holiday during every school holiday, like some of my friends. Except we were generally restricted to two holidays a year, once in summer and then again in Christmas. Jetting off to near by European cities and then on long haul flights to Africa every so often. Holidays always excited…
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