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Why Are We Going Back To Mexico?

Why Are We Going Back To Mexico?

Because it’s beautiful. There, I answered the question straight away (screw you click-bait dwelling bottom feeders!) and I’ve wanted to share this with you all for a while in all honesty. Mexico, a country known for drugs, violence and immigration issues, has stolen our hearts. The fact is, Mexico City and the North West may be pretty dodgy for your average tourist, but the Caribbean Coast is simply incredible. All one has to do is to fly into Cancun airport,…

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Photos: The Great Snow of 2018 (Storm Emma)

Photos: The Great Snow of 2018 (Storm Emma)

At the beginning of March 2018 we, living in the humble countryside of the South West of England, were hit with a four day long snow storm. Nicknamed #StormEmma by the media, it forced schools to close and roads to shut. The Met Office issued something I’d never seen before, a Red Alert for ‘danger to life’, and we were all advised to stay at home. Reports came in of motorists stranded in their cars for fifteen hours straight. Intrigued…

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London.

London.

London has endured a bit of bad rep lately with the likes of shocking terrorist incidents in the news, violent assaults and thefts by moped gangs in broad daylight and reports of sexual assaults on the underground. Even though I’ve ventured out to the big city many times before, this well travelled Devon born lad felt a little bit anxious when Emma and I visited recently for a day out. But allow me to tell you what actually happened when…

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What It’s REALLY Like To Visit Disney World As A Grown Up

What It’s REALLY Like To Visit Disney World As A Grown Up

It’s the dream of children everywhere, finally getting to visit Disney World. But what about when we stop being children and have to, you know, be an adult and stuff? I’m talking about dragging yourself to work, the crushing disappointment of spending most of your money on bills and the monotony of buying your own toilet roll. What happens when you, an actual real life adult, decide to visit Disney World, and no children are along for the ride? After…

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Sharing Our Adventures With The World

Sharing Our Adventures With The World

“What’s that guy doing with our suitcase!?” Emma asks me with panic laced through her words. We’d arrived at Cancun airport and after stepping off the aircraft into the blistering Mexico heat and shuttling to the main terminal, we were greeted by an army of blue-shirted men waiting to carry all of our luggage in exchange for a small tip. The truth is, we’re British. We had just flown from the most miserable, unhelpful and obnoxious country I know of…

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