Posts in TRAVEL
A WEEK WITH THE ACTION ACADEMY

I recently spent a week with the Nomads Camp at the Action Academy in the breathtaking town of Morzine in the French Alps.  I was galvanised by this unique concept, finding so much professional and personal inspiration whilst housed in the stunning year-long snow and summer resort.  My interest was immediately piqued when I read through the concept for the Nomads Camp: a working retreat so to speak, where a group of burgeoning/budding entrepreneurs/digital nomads are brought together to spend time on workshops to help with our respective businesses, listen to talks from like-minded business owners, hot-desk from the outrageously beautiful mountains, and pepper our working day with the radical activities all of us craft our lives around.

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A LOVE LETTER...TO PORTUGAL

How rich a lover I am of travel it is well-versed on these blogs pages.  I have loved being a child of Europe, coming from mixed parentage, and spending my young years in Greece, learning French with my Belgian mother, schooling in England, living in France, loving Spain, snowboarding Austria, arms out-stretched in Italy.  One country though, seems to have had me in it's loving and warm grasp since I was first taken there, not even yet a citizen of this planet, in my mother's pregnant belly.

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MOROCCAN MAGIC

I love to travel.  Sometimes, you think you've found your spots, the places that set your soul on fire the most, somewhere you might keep returning too.  I love being surprised, finding a new love for a place I first visit, and falling completely head over heels for it.

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AN EPIC DAY EXPLORING NUSA DUA

Bali has stolen a little piece of my heart and on my last trip there in January this year I set off for a few days exploring the azure waters and cruisy waves of Nusa Dua.  I decided to try out the awesome new Chanel J12 watch, captured by my great friend and insanely talented photographer, Crille Rask.  This is the result of our day playing in the water.  

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Budget Tips For Travels & Dreamy Underwater edit of Nusa Lembongan

If you find yourself on travels for an extended period of time, whether it's making the most of a career break, the end of university, or have some time to make use of between jobs, sticking to a budget if you don't have income coming in can be daunting if you're on the road for a few months.  Fresh off the boat, I've just completed 4 months travelling the world after a long 8 year stint working in London.  I've compiled my best tips for how to best budget and be careful with your dollar whilst on the road below, followed by a dreamy video of an underwater adventure to Nusa Lembongan, meeting some of the extraordinary locals (below) whilst free diving.

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Mad To Live Latin America Wrap 2

So guys, I've emerged on the other side after a wildly righteous couple of months on the road and off the road in Latin America. Leavin' a little piece of my heart, my favourite shades and a whole heap of new friends, I've been piecing together the travel whirlwind that's been Latin America.   Here's a run-down of what's been going down and a video high-light reel including bull-riding (a real taste of Costa Rican culture), a rosé ridden fishing and surf trip where we caught fresh tuna for a fish taco feast, and a balls-to-the-wall, high speed boat ride through the San Blas Islands in Panama to Colombia.

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Costa Rica Video🌟🏄🌟

After a solid week out the mobile zone whilst I was off exploring the other-worldly islands of San Blas in Panama with the Kuna tribe (video to follow soon y'all!), fuelled by tasos of delicious Colombian coffee in Cartagena I have now finished the Costa Rica leg video edit for your viewin' pleasure!

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