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26 Dec

Travel Diary: Christmas in Rome

The saying "time flies" couldn't be more true when reflecting upon the past year. So much has happened and I've made so much progress in both my personal and professional life. As the years draws to a close, I can reflect of some of the highlights of the year. One such highlight was a family trip I took to Italy - this time last year! Here are a few snapshots into out Roman expedition and our version of an Italian...
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23 Dec

Travel Kit Essentials: Don’t leave home without these!

The festive season is inevitably travel season. And with recent airport controls on lock down, the last thing you want to do is have your luggage confiscated - a sure way to start a holiday on the wrong foot! Here are a couple on my day-to-day must haves that I can’t leave home without! 1. Garner Skin Naturals BB Cream The moment I heard about this new BB cream product, was the moment I knew it was the product for me. As...
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22 Sep

Explore the Cape: Kalk Bay

Kalk Bay is a quaint village on the coast of False Bay, South Africa. Primarily known for its reputable name in the fishing industry, Kalk Bay has grown to attract a number of tourists and locals alike, seeking out the glorious South African sun while exploring this interesting area, which is exactly what I did on a long overdue mini-break.The main road is lined with an assortment of eateries, fashion boutiques and vintage stores, which prove to be a fashion-seeking...
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19 Jan

Travel Post: Rome

Known as the Eternal City, Rome lives up to its name by boasting grandiose monuments, beautiful buildings , some of the worlds most famous sights and a truly romanticized ambiance throughout the city.The world famous saying noted that "Rome was not built in a day" and trust me its even harder to see it all in just 4 days, but I managed t emerge myself in the rich history, beauty and tradition the city is known for.After our first day...
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