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Australian Cuisine 101: A Guide to Traditional Australian Dishes

October 3, 2018

In a country as big as this one, it’s difficult to pinpoint only a few traditional dishes. Australia is a vast, diverse continent full of everything from sandy beaches to hilly mountains, and you can eat anything from hearty, smoky barbecue, to light seafood. However, some dishes are so famous and so delicious that every single Aussie can talk about them for days, and travelers and gourmets are bound to find their place here. Are you eager to try something…

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Should You Buy a Boat?

September 27, 2018

Owning a boat can be a joy. From huge yachts to simple fishing boats with trolling motors, boats offer all sorts of recreational variety. They can enhance our lives and help us recharge on days off from our busy regular schedules. Of course, boats aren’t free. You’ll have to decide how much to spend on yours and which type of boat is right for you. We’re here to help you understand your options.   The Value of Owning a Boat…

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Family Meals at Tom’s Kitchen Restaurant

September 14, 2018

Family Meals are important to us. Either at home or in a restaurant, our little family deserves a good meal, in a quiet place to talk about everything. We went to Tom’s Kitchen at the Mailbox, in the heart of Birmingham, for a real meal in a good ambience for families. Situated in a cosy space, there is a fusion of “Home” Kitchen with a restaurant, divided into spaces with different decor but all with a homely feeling. We went there at the…

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A Discovery of Witches: Spellbound, Book and TV

September 10, 2018

Now here is something I like to write about and enjoy very much: Books, TV shows, witches and museums. Better is an event with all of this included! Next 14th of September, is starting a new TV show on Sky, along with Now TV  an original mini-series featuring the book from Deborah Harkness: A Discovery of Witches. This successful All Souls Book Trilogy starts with the 1st book A Discovery of Witches that gives the name to the tv show…

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6 Things Every Hiker should have prepared for Winter

September 5, 2018

Hiking or walking long distances during or cross country is a thing not many people like to do. For me makes me remember travelling with my mum and uncles and cousins through the mountains during Summer in one of Portugal’s highest mountain. Thankfully we now see towns with certain paths reserved for hikers and places to see either in the middle of the woods or in literally the middle of nowhere, to watch beautiful sightings and nature scenes that normally only the hikers…

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How To Squeeze The Most Out of a City Break to London

August 29, 2018

London is one of the most visited cities on Earth, and for most overseas visitors, it’s the gateway to the UK.  Yet, many people fail to explore beyond London, which is a real shame given how different London is to the rest of the UK, in that it’s a cultural melting pot that doesn’t give a true representation of the country the capital represents. Therefore, in addition to looking at some of the best areas to visit in London on…

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Places You Might Consider Moving To After Just One Visit

August 27, 2018

Sometimes when you take a vacation, you simply fall in love with the country or town that you have visited. So much so that you return there on vacation for many years to come. Have you ever loved the idea of being able to move abroad when you’ve retired, or maybe you fancy buying a second home somewhere for amazing and extended trips abroad? Perhaps you’re looking for new destinations to try out so that you can cross them off your…

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9 Aspects to look into before planning a road trip

August 16, 2018

Either you’re a beginner or a Pro on road trips, either you go with the flow and not planning anything, or being a maniac like me and plan every step ahead (because I can’t deal with uncertainty… OCD me remember?), everyone needs some things checked and done before going on a road trip. Unless you’re Thelma and Louise… in that case you just need Brad.   Check your Car     The car is the most important part of your road trip.…

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Back in Time weekend: Anglo-saxon Exhibition and re-enactment weekend at Milton Abbey

July 20, 2018

What a precious exhibition at Milton Abbey, in Dorset, about the Saxons! This time we went back in time, with the story of King Athelstan, the first King of England, how he reunited Britain, and how this has a thousand years of History! A thousand years! Milton Abbey has an Anglo-Saxon exhibition till the end of August (2018), really well curated and well organised.   They have an agenda already scheduled with events worth to see: Saturday 21st July at…

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