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All the best bits of Punta Cana

2014 has been one heck of a year. I’ve been lucky enough to have some incredible adventures in Canada and Scotland, and an incredibly relaxing break in the Dominican Republic. To my shame, life has definitely got in the way of me sharing a lot of my experiences with you, my AWESOME readers, so I feel that some filling-in is …

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I’m Going Travelling!

The problem with travel blogging, and surrounding yourself with other travel bloggers is that you never stop dreaming about where you’re heading next. I feel inspired on an almost daily basis to visit new shores, try new foods, meet new people and explore unmapped terrains. All of which is certainly not conducive to holding down a full-time job! As a …

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How to bag your dream job in travel marketing

People often say to me ‘you’re so lucky to work in travel marketing… I wish I could do what you do.’ I have two answers to this. 1. It’s not luck. 2. Why can’t you? No one is born into a job, and everyone has the power to change what they do for a career. I currently work as senior …

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Why I’m Not Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge

Yesterday I was, like about half of the Earth’s population nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge. In case you’ve been living under a rock, or you find this post years later, the Ice Bucket Challenge is a viral fundraising campaign in aid of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It involves pouring ice cold water over your own …

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Tell your #SelfieStories and Win a Holiday for 4

Selfie: Noun. A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website. Now that ‘selfie’ has officially made it into the Oxford dictionary (and more recently, been OK’d for Scrabble – yey!), like it or not it’s  engrained in daily life. You can’t walk 5 minutes through central …

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The Significance of Finding Nemo

Recently I’ve been reminiscing a lot about past travels. Ahhh, my round the world trip. Back in the days when my camera shot images at approximately 5 pixels, when I had no idea about what a ‘blog’ was (well, actually I did write one but it’s terrible and I’ll never share), and when Facebook only allowed a mere 60 photos …