Welcome to the first post of our 'Where the locals go' series. Here we will be spilling the details on the local hotspots of various cities around the world. These aren't always "secret" places but they are definitely places to visit and ones that you'll find less cameras and more of the bubbly. What better … Continue reading Where the locals go: Sydney
As you may have read on my previous post, Lex and I have recently returned from a two week trip to New York. We were there for a friends wedding and because we had only visited NY recently, we decided to stop over in San Francisco on our way there to break up the trip … Continue reading Save me San Francisco
Lex and I have just arrived home after a two week trip to New York. We've only just visited the Big Apple a little over a year ago, so this trip we got the chance to step away from the touristy things that the city has to offer and instead focus on the small things. … Continue reading Embracing the small things
A power board - before my first European adventure my brother's wife suggested I pack a power board and now it is an item I always travel with. Why? Hotel rooms are notorious for not having a stack of power plugs and this way all you need is one! It's great for travel with a partner … Continue reading Luggage essentials – a list of non negotiable items for your suitcase
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Choosing the right neighbourhood to stay in Manhattan can be the difference between an authentic trip to NYC and a tourist-trap trip to NYC. Most tourists visiting NY for the first time will stay in Midtown to be close to where the action is. I understand the logic, trust me. In fact, I even did … Continue reading The Great Debate – Where to stay in NYC