• How to plan a visit to the Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia

    There aren’t many places in the world where, in just 48 hours, you can see towering volcanoes, colourful lagoons, sweeping deserts, rainbow-coloured mountains, perfectly reflective lakes, active geysers, 30-foot-high cacti, wild flamingos… not to mention the largest salt flat on Earth. But that is exactly what you can expect…

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    24 hours in Lima: The top things to see and do

    For most people who travel to Peru, Lima is little more than a quick stopover on the way to Machu Picchu or Cusco; a convenient place to rest their heads after a long flight, before immediately moving on to some of the country’s more iconic attractions. But thanks to…

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    A first-timer’s guide to Taormina, Sicily

    In Spring 2016, I finally got the chance to visit Sicily – the exotic land of my ancestors and somewhere that’s been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. The whole trip was a sort of pilgrimage for me to discover my heritage and to…

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    Beyond Waikiki: 5 ways to explore the real Oahu

    You know those images you have in your head of Hawaii? Of barefoot beach bars, peach-coloured sunsets and ukelele players serenading honeymooners along the shoreline? Well, you may be relieved to know that those fantasies are 100% real. Yes, Hawaii is every bit as dreamy as you imagined.  From the moment…

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    5 things you must do in Hanoi

    Hanoi is not for the faint-hearted. Just navigating your way through the scooter-filled streets is an adventure in itself. But for all the chaos, noise and humidity, Hanoi has a magnetic pull and is one of those cities that stays with you, long after you’ve left its bustling streets behind.…

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    10 movies that will make you want to travel the world

    It’s February. It’s  FREEZING. Sometimes there’s nothing else for it but to put on a good film and escape to some beautiful corner of the globe for a couple of hours. I’m a huge film fan and there are certain films that I always reach for when I need a…

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    How to have your travel cake and eat it too: Tips from part-time travellers

    Christmas may be long gone and Spring somewhat of a distant future fantasy but there’s a lot to be said for January. If ever there was an excuse to try something new, or to finally get around to doing that thing you always wanted to do, now is the time……

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    2017 in photos: Dream, Travel, Live

    2017 has been a big year for me. It’s the year I decided to pursue my passion for travel, writing and photography and launch Part-Time Passport – an alternative travel blog to inspire others that a life of travel and adventure is 100% possible without having to quit your job…

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