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Ladismith, RSA | Travel

It’s good to break away from your norm and get outside a bit. Being the end of the year we are inclined to let loose a lot more, and besides, computers and indoors can get a bit much. The past weekend we had the opportunity to go spend some time with friends in the beautiful […]

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Istanbul, TK | Travel

The melting pot of the world, Istanbul – I really didn’t know what to expect but nothing would’ve prepared me for this stunning place! The smells, noises and lights are so different to anything I’ve ever experienced. I did not put my camera down (hence the gazillion photos in this post), trying to capture every […]

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Venice, ITA | Travel

If you’re going to the country home to pretty much the most romantic city in the world you can’t NOT go. After some talk I convinced Ross Venice needs to be on our itinerary (he had been previously and wasn’t too keen on going back) and I’m so glad we did! I knew there would […]

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Bologna, ITA | Travel

Ahhhh. Bologna. With kilometers of stunning porticoes to walk under, this beautiful city was good for some downtime. On the way to dinner the one night we discovered the Japanese store, MUJI – where have you been all my life! This shop is literally what dreams are made of when it comes to minimal home […]

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Firenze, ITA | Travel

As soon as we left Rome it was like we could breathe again. Don’t get me wrong – Rome was stunning but we were happy to go to a little-less-crowded Florence. Well, it wasn’t really less crowded in some areas… We stayed in a beautiful apartment in Santa Spirito on via Mazzetta, just off the […]

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Rome, ITA | Travel

Having never been to Italy, Rome was a pretty obvious choice for me. The epitome of art and history I was drawn to the city – I also didn’t realize how many people can fit into one place. We stayed quite far from where everything was happening, on the last stop on the metro, which […]

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Barcelona, ES | Travel

There are some cities across the world where you can’t describe WHAT it is that makes it so magical. Barcelona is one of those. Everything about it just makes you feel alive. From the food culture, the narrow cobbled streets overlooked by the bouquet of tiny balconies, the aromas floating out from the array of […]

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