Adventure

Getting a bit philosophical

Homesickness and adventure are born to co-exist

I was born on a rainy day in July. My Mum had the flu, my three year old sister threw up down my Dad’s back and I had a red birthmark that stretched from the tip of my nose to the top of my forehead. For that little squalling troublemaker, just hours old, some things […]

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Expat Help

Why you should move to London before you are 31

Y’all know I love London 95% of the time, I mean I’ve been banging on about it for the last 600 blog posts. I know that moving overseas can seem like a monumental leap, it’s expensive and life always seems to stop you from going…but sometimes you just have to take that first step. So […]

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Travel

My biggest adventure

This Runawaykiwi has done many an overseas trip; but since I am such a planner and amateur risk assessor I don’t normally go in for adventures in the true sense of the word. A key part of adventure is daring, which if you are me and have worked out plans B to E doesn’t often […]

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Travel

My travelling shoes (thanks Nike!)

Travel can do miraculous things; it broadens the mind, inspires leaps of faith and can forge new friendships. As silly as it sounds the thing that can make or break a trip isn’t your companions, the weather or the current economic climate. The thing that really matters for the success of your trip is the […]

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Getting a bit philosophical

Motivation Monday: The making your day extra-ordinary edition

This post is written by the lovely Emma from Adventures of a London Kiwi! It’s so very easy to sink into the daily grind no matter which country you live in; alarm goes off, snooze too much, jump out of bed in a panic, breakfast, shower, brush teeth, pick something to wear, get stuck under an […]

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Travel

The first part of my Mad Max adventure – Stonehenge!

I was lucky enough to be invited down to Bath to try the Mad Max full day tour of Stonehenge,  Avebury Stone Circles, Castle Combe & Lacock village. So on a grey and cloudy Saturday morning, I found myself staring at some big rocks in the rain. Stonehenge is a bit of a strange duck really. […]

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