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Don’t overlook the smaller options in life – they may have just as much, if not more, value than the bigger ones.



Final Days of Travel: Learning to Live in the Moment

I didn’t think that the last leg of our travels would be this hard.

With 6 days left before we touchdown back home, I’m finding it more and more difficult to fight homesickness. 584 more words

On Travelling Alone

I write about adventure.  About discovery.  About nature and cities and meeting human beings and eating culinary oddities/delicacies and mostly about waking up and spending your days outside of your comfort zone.   533 more words

Why Choose Fear?

For those of you are Rent fans, I hope you read the title with the necessary musical inflections in which I wrote it!

Today we are going to dive into a little Philosophy of Kate…Kateosophy? 531 more words

Travel is Not an Escape From Reality

This morning’s popular Travel Talk on Twitter (#TTOT) focused on travel as an escape from reality. The five questions posed to participants were similar and drew answers that were pretty much interchangeable for each section. 1,066 more words



A trap I believe we all fall into at times is setting our expectations too high once we transition into a period that we know is less burdensome than the previous.  201 more words


One year of Continental Breakfast Travel

The week is my first blog anniversary and to mark it, I wanted to do something a bit special. I had a lot of ideas regarding competitions, polls and countdowns before realising I had absolutely no time to do any of them.  76 more words

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