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Bucket List of Places to Visit in Your Lifetime

Last year my husband and I decided to write a bucket list of all the places we want to visit (🌏) in the world when we were trying to choose where to go on our honeymoon. Our list is getting longer and longer, so I thought I’d share it incase you need some inspiration for your wanderlust list.

The aim was to keep my list as specific as possible, so when we’re traveling we can make sure we go to all the best places. If anybody has any recommendations on where I should or shouldn’t go then that would be SO useful. Feel free to message about anywhere, too. Our list is always growing ❤️

🌏 El Nido, Philippines
🌏 Manarola, Italy
🌏 Riomaggiore, Italy
✅ Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
✅ Hopfen Am See, Germany
✅ Hollywood, Los Angeles
🌏 Rock of Gibraltar, Gibraltar
✅ Eifel National Park, Germany
🌏 Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
✅ Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
✅ Verona, Italy
🌏 Hong Kong, China
✅ Täsch, Switzerland
✅ Triglav National Park, Slovenia
✅ Mount Agung, Bali
🌏 Mù Cang Chải District, Vietnam
🌏 Ko Samui, Thailand
✅ Whitsundays, Australia
✅ Sirmione, Italy
✅ Plansee, Austria
✅ Nørrebro, Copenhagen
✅ Vahrn, Italy
✅ Hallstatt, Austria
🌏 Thermal Spa, Budapest
🌏 Ayutthaya Historical Park, Thailand
✅ Elephant Safari Park Lodge, Bali
🌏 Jägala waterfall, Estonia
🌏 Jostedalsbreen National Park, Norway
🌏 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
✅ Key West, Florida
🌏 Mamanuca Islands, Fiji
✅ Lake Bled, Slovenia
🌏 Mt Garibaldi, Canada
✅ Dunn’s River Falls and Luminous Lagoon, Jamaica
✅ Dartmoor National Park, United Kingdom
✅ Lake Bled, Slovenia
✅ Alicante, Spain
✅ Chamonix, France
✅ Rundetaarn, Copenhagen
✅ Innsbruck, Austria
✅ The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen
✅ Haiti, Caribbean
✅ Celuk village, Bali
🌏 Nuuk, Greenland
✅ Everglades National Park, Miami
🌏 Goa, India
✅ Achen Lake, Austria
✅ Königssee, Germany
🌏 Seville, Spain
🌏 Geirangerfjord, Norway
✅ Kamakura, Japan
✅ Atomium, Brussels
🌏 Porto Katsiki, Greece
🌏 Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
✅ Las Vegas, Nevada
✅ Varenna, Italy
✅ Main Beach, Queensland Australia
✅ Monkey Temple, Bali
🌏 Reine, Norway
🌏 Ko Chang District, Thailand
🌏 Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
✅ Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand
✅ Byron Bay, Australia
🌏 Seven Rila Lakes, Bulgaria
🌏 The Palace Museum, Beijing
🌏 State Hermitage Museum, Russia
🌏 Merzouga, Morocco
✅ Zwölferkopf, Austria
✅ Stratosphere Casino, Las Vegas
🌏 Stockholm, Sweden
🌏 Brač, Croatia
✅ Western Sahara, Morocco
🌏 O‘ahu, Hawaii, United States
✅ Lake Como, Italy
🌏 Havasu Falls, Arizona
🌏 Alberta, Canada
🌏 Washington Monument, United States
✅ Maria Am See, Austria
🌏 Dubrovnik, Croatia
✅ Loch Lomond, Scotland
🌏 Giza Necropolis, Egypt
✅ Glasgow, Scotland
✅ Dunkirk, France
✅ Wadi Musa, Jordan
✅ Hängeseilbrücke, Germany
🌏 Grand Prismatic Spring, United States
✅ Auckland, New Zealand
🌏 Batu Caves, Malaysia
🌏 Moraine Lake, Canada
🌏 Grand Teton National Park, United States
✅ Krabi, Thailand
✅ Tirta Empul, Bali
🌏 Meteora, Greece
🌏 Ronda, Spain
🌏 Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
✅ Bangkok’s Grand Palace, Thailand
🌏 Ko Lanta District, Thailand
🌏 Hạ Long Bay, Vietnam
🌏 Sossusvlei, Namibia
✅ Red Light District, Amsterdam
✅ Zermatt, Switzerland
🌏 Great Ocean Rd, Australia
🌏 Sutherland Falls, New Zealand
🌏 Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina
✅ Tabanan rice fields, Bali
✅ Angkor Wat, Cambodia
🌏 Kuang Si Waterfall, Laos
✅ Bristol, United Kingdom
🌏 Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
✅ Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
🌏 Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
✅ Windermere, United Kingdom
✅ Bath, United Kingdom
✅ Cambridge, United Kingdom
✅ Jamacia Beach, Italy
✅ Peak District National Park, United Kingdom
✅ The Bahamas, Caribbean
✅ Nyhavn, Copenhagen
✅ Blue Lagoon, Iceland
🌏 Tianzi Mountain, China
🌏 Monkey Temples of Lopburi, Thailand
🌏 Statue of Liberty, New York
🌏 Vancouver, Canada
✅ Dead Sea, Jordan
✅ Cardiff, Wales
✅ Inverness, Scotland
🌏 Fes, Morocco
🌏 Pamukkale, Turkey
🌏 Kjerag, Norway
✅ Tre Cime Di Lavaredo, Italy
✅ Berchtesgaden, Germany
✅ Surfers Paradise, Australia
✅ Epcot, Floria
✅ Lichtenstein Castle, Germany
✅ Nurburgring, Germany
✅ Miami, United States
🌏 Arashiyama, Japan
✅ Brunico, Italy
🌏 Xcaret Park, Cancún
✅ Zagora, Morocco
🌏 Palawan, Philippines
✅ Maastricht, Netherlands
✅ Tampa, United States
🌏 New York, New York, United States
✅ Grandvalira Canillo, Andorra
✅ Hohenzollern Castle, Germany
✅ Pragser Wildsee, Italy
🌏 Denizli, Turkey
🌏 Shanghai, China
✅ Oslo, Norway
🌏 Keukenhof, Netherlands
🌏 Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
✅ Bournemouth, United Kingdom
🌏 Cappadocia Balloon, Turkey
✅ St Paul’s Cathedral, London
🌏 Pego do Inferno, Portugal
✅ Lassen National Forest, California
🌏 Blue Grotto, Italy
🌏 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
✅ Lake District National Park, United Kingdom
🌏 Tatra Mountains, Slovakia
🌏 Milford Sound, New Zealand
🌏 Faro District, Portugal
✅ New South Wales, Australia
🌏 Nærøyfjord, Norway
🌏 Washington, United States
✅ Brighton, United Kingdom
✅ Tenerife, Spain
✅ Exmoor National Park, United Kingdom
✅ Blindsee Lake, Austria
🌏 Scoresby Sound, Greenland
✅ Hamilton Island, Australia
✅ Milan, Italy
✅ St Lucia, Caribbean
✅ Denpasar, Bali
🌏 Carvoeiro Algarve, Portugal
🌏 Niagara Falls, Canada
✅ Manchester, United Kingdom
✅ West Palm Beach, Florida
✅ Paris, Disneyland Paris, France
🌏 Pantheon, Rome

✅ Douro River, Spain
🌏 Easter Island, Chile
🌏 Myanmar, Burma
🌏 Acropolis of Athens, Greece
🌏 Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor, China
✅ Stonehenge, United Kingdom
✅ Annecy, France
✅ Gornergrat, Switzerland
🌏 Lake Baikal, Russia
✅ Mer de Glace, Chamonix
🌏 Uyuni Salt Flat, Bolivia
🌏 Pompeii, Naples, Italy
🌏 Laguna Verde, Bolivia
🌏 Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
🌏 Antelope Canyon, Arizona
🌏 Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy
🌏 Tigers Nest, Bhutan
🌏 Aphrodite’s Rock, Cyprus
✅ Los Angeles, California
🌏 Patagonia, Argentina
✅ Cocoa Beach, Florida
✅ Mona Lisa Gallery, Paris
🌏 Cape Town, South Africa
✅ Kōtoku-in, Japan
🌏 New Valley Governorate, Egypt
✅ Pattaya, Thailand
✅ Lake Lugano, Switzerland, Italy
🌏 Florence, Italy
🌏 Burj Al Arab, Dubai
✅ Dorset AONB, United Kingdom
✅ Lingenfeld, Germany
🌏 Adam’s Peak, Sri Lanka
🌏 Étretat, France
🌏 Farafra, Egypt
✅ Atlas Mountains, Morocco
✅ Shibuya, Tokyo
🌏 Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi
✅ Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy
🌏 Hawa Mahal, India
✅ Siem Reap, Cambodia
🌏 Sydney Opera House, Australia
✅ Ghent, Belgium
🌏 Amalfi Coast, Italy
🌏 Melbourne, Australia
✅ Berlin, Germany
🌏 Maly Semyachik, Russia
🌏 Alaska, United States (Currently planning!!)
✅ Shinagawa, Tokyo
✅ Alcatraz Island, San Fransico
🌏 Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Thailand
✅ Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen
✅ Sandefjord, Norway
✅ Louvre Museum, Paris
🌏 Mount Rushmore National Memorial, South Dakota
✅ Vatican City, Italy
✅ Koh Sok, Thailand
🌏 Lake Louise, Canada
🌏 Luxor Temple, Egypt
🌏 Charles Bridge, Prague
✅ Ballachulish, Scotland
🌏 Preikestolen, Norway
✅ Bumpass Hell, California
✅ Eiffel Tower, Paris
🌏 Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
✅ Ouarzazate, Morocco
✅ Dolomites, Italy
🌏 Colosseum, Rome
🌏 Fox Glacier, New Zealand
🌏 Yên Bái, Vietnam
🌏 Banff, Canada
🌏 Ontario, Canada
✅ Venice, Italy
🌏 Naqsh-e Rustam, Iran
🌏 Machu Picchu, Peru
✅ Brussels, Belgium
🌏 Siwa Oasis, Egypt
✅ Petra, Jordan
✅ Mermaid Beach, Queensland Australia
✅ Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
🌏 Sydney, Australia
🌏 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
✅ St. Ives, Cornwall
🌏 Salvation Mountain, California
✅ Broadbeach, Gold Coast
✅ Agadir, Morocco
✅ London, United Kingdom
🌏 Trango Towers, Pakistan
✅ Montserrat, Caribbean
🌏 Lake Hillier, Australia
🌏 El Castillo, Spain
🌏 British Columbia, Canada
🌏 Old Bagan, Myanmar
✅ Moulin Rouge, Paris
✅ Reykjavík, Iceland
✅ Phuket Province, Thailand
🌏 Tasiilaq, Greenland
🌏 Park Güell, Spain
🌏 Mikonos, Greece
✅ Lake Bohinj, Slovenia
✅ Diest, Belgium
🌏 Málaga, Spain
🚐 Hallstatt, Austria
✅ Snowdonia National Park, Wales
🌏 Yosemite Valley, United States
✅ Glencoe, Scotland
🌏 Hai Phong, Vietnam
🌏 Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
✅ Cheddar Gorge, Somerset
🌏 Zion National Park, Utah
🌏 Naples, Italy
🌏 Chiang Rai White Temple, Thailand
✅ Pettnau, Austria
🌏 St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow
🌏 Cotswolds AONB, United Kingdom
🌏 Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand
✅ San Francisco, United States
🌏 Mt Everest, Nepal
🌏 Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt
✅ Lake Garda, Italy
🌏 Isfahan, Iran
🌏 Great Wall of China, China
🌏 Ik Kil, Mexico
✅ The Rhine, Germany
🌏 Iguazu Falls, Argentina
🌏 Sognefjord, Norway
✅ Lyon, France
✅ Scafell Pike, United Kingdom
🌏 Navagio, Greece
✅ Orlando, Florida
✅ Cape Byron Lighthouse, Queensland
✅ Benidorm, Spain
🌏 Faroe Islands, Denmark
✅ Brisbane, Australia
🌏 Uluru, Australia
✅ The Alps, Switzerland
🌏 Al Farafrah, Egypt
🌏 Danxia National Geopark, China
✅ Biberwier, Austria
🌏 Bora Bora, French Polynesia
✅ White Cliffs of Dover, United Kingdom
🌏 Mount Rinjani, Indonesia
🌏 Maldives
🌏 Tiger Kingdom, Thailand, Thailand
🌏 Kathmandu, Nepal
🌏 Taj Mahal, India
🌏 Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia
🌏 Oia, Greece
🌏 Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar
✅ Badung Regency, Bali
🌏 Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand
✅ Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
🌏 Milos, Crete
🌏 Himalayas, Nepal
🌏 Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales
✅ Tweed Heads, Australia
✅ Ben Nevis, Scotland
🌏 Krka National Park, Croatia
🌏 Chittorgarh Fort, India
✅ Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
✅ Fort Lauderdale, Miami
✅ Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom
✅ Kuta, Bali
✅ Tintagel, Cornwall
🌏 Agerola, Italy
✅ Eltz Castle, Germany
✅ Arc de Triomphe, Paris
🌏 Istanbul, Turkey
🌏 Mt Elbrus, Russia
🌏 Red Square, Russia
✅ Lac D’Emosson, Switzerland
🌏 Special Nature Reserve Uvac, Serbia
🌏 Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca, Mexico
✅ Matterhorn Glacier, Switzerland
🌏 Lapland, Finland
✅ Marrakesh, Morocco
✅ Dublin, Ireland
✅ Coolangatta, Queensland
🌏 Verdon Gorge, France
✅ Burleigh Heads, Australia
🌏 Yellowstone National Park, United States

August 12, 2019|Travel|

Why We Came Home Early From Our 2 Month European Road-Trip

If you’re a reader here, you’ll know that towards the end of last year we went on an epic 2 month trip around Europe with our dog in our converted van, Boris. It was an incredible adventure, undoubtedly one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life. If you’re thinking of doing it, I can’t recommend it more!

I’ve written a couple of blog posts on here when I’ve had the time, and I’ve spoken briefly about the ups and downs. Some of you will know that we anticipated going for 3 months but we ended up coming home after 2 months, so here’s the reality… Here’s why we came home early from our road-trip around Europe.

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Working abroad is harder than it looks

There was a divide of opinions when I told people that we were going travelling and working from our laptops abroad. Most people said it was a great idea because we can work from anywhere in the world. Some people expressed their concern and said it wouldn’t be easy, and we’d never work. I’ve got a strong work ethic, I have 0% problems motivating myself and love working on my business. I figured it would be easy to balance travelling and working because I have a genuine passion for what I do.

Turns out working from a laptop in another country is difficult. Mostly because you wake up every morning somewhere new and you’re desperate to go exploring. The days fly by when you’re travelling and before you know it the week is over. Prospective clients often wanted to meet up and I wouldn’t know when we’d be back in the country, it made phone calls slightly tricky, too. We got by for the most part but then it got to the point that I needed and wanted to just focus on my business and our clients.

We ended up barely working and coming home sooner instead of working and travelling longer – this worked for us. BUT it is possible to work abroad, and I’m writing a post with some tips on how you can do it.

There’s a small window where the weather is tolerable

When we first went out to Europe it was the beginning of September. I was a little gutted that we were going so late in the year for a couple of reasons. Firstly, I was upset that our trip would be restricted to 3 months because I had another holiday booked to Jordan #firstworldproblem. Secondly, because I thought we’d missed all the sunshine and we’d be travelling when it’s cold. Don’t get me wrong, I love cold countries, in a matter of fact I prefer them but I figured we’d need some warmth when travelling in a van.

Boy, was I wrong! The weather in Europe was BEAUTIFUL and we just missed the school holiday crowds. Despite the van being insulated with blackout curtains, we’d wake up in the morning baking hot. Most mornings we’d rip open the curtains and pour ourselves our the side window. Any hotter and it would have been too uncomfortable for us and our dog, Alfie. Towards the end of our trip, the nights were dropping below freezing and feeling comfortable was getting increasingly difficult.

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Missing home comforts

Our van was small and cute. It had a double bed, a tiny kitchen for whipping up meals and a bit of storage. We had an emergency toilet tucked away in case we needed it, but we weren’t kitted out with a shower or a waste tank, so we had to use public facilities almost exclusively. This made travelling a little tricky but we had an app on our phone that told us where the closest toilet was and we used swimming pools and gyms when we wanted to have a shower. We got used to it pretty quickly but it’s exhausting having to plan when to use the toilet and have a shower, as opposed to just rolling out of bed and having everything you need.

We also didn’t realise how uncomfortable our bed in the van was until we decided to have a cheat night and booked a hotel in the last week of our travels. We decided to opt for a bit of luxury when we returned Chamonix, the place that S proposed in 2016. I had a bath and we slept in a king-size bed – we remembered what we’d been missing and promptly began driving back to England. It’s these little things that you end up sacrificing which is fine in the short-term but then after a while, all you want is a hot shower and a comfy bed.

Drawing a line on spending money

We went away with a rough budget on how much we thought we’d spend whilst travelling. After Boris broke down on the first couple of days and we were left with a €2,000~ bill, our budget went out the window. We tried to keep costs down but it’s hard to do when you’re travelling. We ended up justifying spending money by saying “Well, we’ll probably never come back here, so let’s just do it!”. We ended up cooking less and less and enjoyed eating out at restaurants and in coffee shops.

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It was great and I’m glad we did it because travelling should be enjoyable. What good is it going to all these beautiful countries if you can’t eat their cuisine, visit museums and go up cable cars? We had so much fun, but every time we topped up our travel card with another thousand pounds, we were reminded of how quickly we were spending money. We didn’t total it up but our wallets were feeling a lot lighter and we started to question where do we draw the line and low do we let our bank accounts go before we turn around and return home.

Our return date was never set in stone

Yes, we absolutely wanted to go for the full 3 months, but it was never set in stone. We crossed the channel on a ferry to France without a plan of where we’ll go, we just wanted to go with the flow. I had a work event in Milan at the end of November, so we figured if we finished our trip there we could work that into our itinerary before returning home before Christmas. Whilst the idea was great, we always left with the idea that “if we don’t like it, we can always come home before Milan”.

It wasn’t a case of not enjoying it but it goes back to point #1. Weeks before I was scheduled to present in front of hundreds of people at a conference in Milan, I still hadn’t prepped and I wasn’t in the headspace to do it. I needed to be at home to pull myself together professionally before the talk. I take my job seriously, and I wasn’t about to mess up my reputation for a couple more weeks of travelling. This coupled with everything else, we decided to go home and get a couple of cheap flights to Milan after arriving home.

August 5, 2019|Van Life|

We Tied the Knot: Our Pinterest Inspired Manor House Wedding in Cornwall ❤️💍

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Today marks 3 months since we tied the knot at a gorgeous manor house in Cornwall. Time has flown, and subsequently, I haven’t had a chance to blog nearly as much as I usually do. We’re now back to reality and getting used to married life – although I still sign for the post using my maiden name sometimes! We had the BEST wedding and then we went backpacking around Thailand and Cambodia for 5 weeks. We had our backpacks in the bridal suite and went straight to the train station from the venue the next morning! 

Stories are best told visually, so I’ve shared just some of our wedding photographs and videos from the day. Yep – just some! There were a whopping 2,500+ images – it wasn’t easy, we whittled it down to our very favourites. I’m going to be putting together heaps of posts about each individual bit of the day but, hopefully, this will give you a preview of our special day if you couldn’t make it, and in years to come we’ll look back and reminisce.

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July 25, 2019|Weddings|

Trends to take your bathroom to the next level

The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the home, a place to clean and groom and space where you can relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the main house. Bathroom design is constantly evolving as manufacturers use the latest technology and materials to produce an array of bathroom products in a range of styles, from traditional fixtures to ultra-modern designs.

Here, bathroom specialists Bathroom Planet have compiled some of the top bathroom trends to inspire you to create a bathroom that will stand out from the crowd. Whether you are looking to update an existing bathroom or start from scratch, these trends are bound to get the creative juices flowing.

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Walls and floors

Tiles are one of the easiest ways of creating a focal point and drawing people’s eye to specific areas of the bathroom. Showcase the shower enclosure by using geometric tiles on the walls or create a luxurious feel with bright white subway tiles for a traditional look.

Statement floor tiles will draw the eye down while using a plain colour emphasises the bathrooms fixtures and fittings. Textured wall tiles provide dimension to space, while natural stone tiles offer a modern design.

Bathroom wallpaper has evolved over the past decade and is now specially designed to stand up to the rigours of the bathroom. It is often a cheaper alternative to tiling and offers an array of designs not possible on tiles. Bathroom wallpaper is also available with a textured finish and is quicker to fit than standard tiles.

Using Bold colours

Another great way of creating focal points within the bathroom is to use bold colours. The contrast between light and dark has always been a popular choice in bathroom design, but adding pops of colour such as gold, copper and brass to specific areas is a great way of creating excitement in an otherwise monochrome room.

Fixtures and Fittings

Bathroom design has come a long way in the past few years, with statement pieces being in high demand. Forget the traditional rectangular mirror, instead, opt for round or oval mirrors to create an elegant space.

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Taps and mixers are now available in a range of different styles too, so whether you are looking for something a bit more traditional or something sleek and modern, there is a range of fixtures to suit.

Simple Designs

Minimalist designs are becoming popular bathroom trends with frameless shower enclosure doors and screens dominating. These spa-inspired fixtures create the illusion of more space in the bathroom and allow more light into the room.

Wet rooms are also becoming a popular choice; these simple designs are especially good for bathrooms that are awkward shapes or for those who need easy access into the bathroom.

Warm metal fixtures such as brass and copper inject a sense of luxury and glamour into simple bathroom designs and are available in matte or polished finishes to suit any colour palette.

Adding Technology

It was only a matter of time before technology made its way into the bathroom and we are starting to see more and more manufacturers using technology to save water, consume less energy and to make our bathrooms run more efficiently.

Whether it is smart showers that can be set up for different users, sensor-activated toilet flushes or smart lighting options, the technology used in bathrooms is expected to increase exponentially over the coming years, and who knows what the future will bring.

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