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My disaster of a train journey

I love trains, but I am starting to get the feeling that the love isn’t mutual. When given the option of plane or train to Glasgow I didn’t even think once let along twice, trains just rock. The journey up was no bother at all, just five hours of chilling out while the world passed […]

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My travel *pinch me* moment

Ok, you are going to have to stick with me on this one because my travelling *pinch me* moment came after a fairly epic journey. A few years ago before Egypt was tipped into revolution I was on a tour in Egypt. Group tours are not normally my thing (wait till I tell you about […]

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One day in Bruges

Bruges is one of those ideal places where you can feel the adventure of getting lost in the winding streets, surprise yourself with the stunning views around every corner, but feel safe in the knowledge that you are only ever ten minutes away from the center of town. For chocoholics you are in luck, with […]

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Eurostar upgrade!!!

When I was booking my Eurostar ticket it got to the page where it asked if you wanted to upgrade to first class. My instant reaction is ‘hell no’, because the Eurostar seats are already quite big and comfortable, and the trip is only a couple of hours. But when I glanced at the upgrade […]

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The post where runawaykiwi almost misses an adventure

I was off on a grand adventure. A wonderful Mad Max tour of┬áStonehenge, Avebury Stone Circles, Castle Combe and Lacock village was on the horison (more on this tomorrow), but first I had to get to Bath. You see, the tour was for a full day starting at 8:30am in the centre of Bath. Being […]

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Another train poster – this one is for the feminists

I couldn’t help but share this war time employment poster from Poster Art 150, because at the end of the day high heels are quite the worst.

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