Hotel Review: Riad Fès – Relais & Châteaux in Fes, Morocco

Fes is the second largest City in Morocco. It’s also the world’s largest urban pedestrian zone which means foot traffic and donkey carts are much more abundant than cars – so if you’re visiting Fes for the first time, we highly recommend choosing a strategic location for your accomodation right in the heart of the…

Hotel Review: Es Saadi Resort – Marrakech, Morocco

Es Saadi Resort Es Saadi Resort’s Famous Pool If you’re not familiar with Es Saadi Resort – prepare to be stunned! This luxury five star resort is located in the up-market Hivernage neighbourhood of Marrakech. Founded by Jean Bauchet, the former manager of the Moulin Rouge, he transformed 8 hectares of land into lush green gardens…

Hotel Review: Pulitzer Hotel, Amsterdam

Pulitzer Hotel, Amsterdam When we made our way to the capital of the Netherlands, we immediately knew we wanted to stay somewhere right along the belt of the Amsterdam canals. Luckily enough, we were able to tick this off our list at an UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of the Nine Streets neighbourhood…

Turkey, Cappadocia (10 must-do things!)

Waking up to a sky filled with hot air balloons in Cappadocia, Turkey truly felt like living in a fantasy and we couldn’t recommend it enough! If you’re planning to visit this beautiful region in Central Turkey, here are our recommendations on things to add to your itinerary if postcard perfect surroundings are your kind…

Iceland, Southern Region with Iceland Go Tours

With only 4 days to spare, we took it upon ourselves to hire a car for the well paved roads along the Golden Circle and saved the best of Southern Iceland and the Glacier Lagoons for our private tour with  Iceland Go Tours. Due to the unpredictable weather in the South, we’re so glad we left it…

Hotel Review: Museum Hotel – Cappadocia, Turkey

Hotel Review: Museum Hotel Watching the sunrise fleet of hot air balloons in Cappadocia has always been high on our bucket list. We wanted nothing more than to have a perfect first experience of the balloons which is why we chose to stay at Museum Hotel. Location, location! This unique cave hotel is located on…

Turkey, Denizli (Pamukkale)

It was the beautiful Pamukkale (Turkish for ‘Cotton Castle’) that inspired us to take the trip to Denizli in south-west Turkey. Upon first glance, Pamukkale’s white limestone cliffs could easily be mistaken for ice so its a confusing but pleasant surprise to step into the calcite travertines (terraces) pools that were up to 30 degrees…

Paris, France

Ah Paris, the romantic French capital known for its gothic architecture, cafe culture, designer boutiques, and food that is simply magnifique.See our recommendations on things to do, what to eat and where to shop on your next trip to Paris. 

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Thailand, Phuket

Tailor your Phuket experience with affordable resort and spas, cheap eats and street food, busy markets and interesting options for a boozy night out …or all of the above!

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Hawaii, Oahu

The most popular tourist destination and most bustling island in Hawaii filled with resorts, beaches, eateries and a boisterous nightlife. Keep reading for recommendations of things to do in Oahu.

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New Zealand, North Island

The North Island of New Zealand is known as the volcanic centre city, abundant in geothermal activity, history and serene lakes and bays.

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