Bye bye 2018… My year in review

I must be getting old because 2018 has seriously flown by. It feels like just 5 minutes ago that we were toasting in the new year and thanking our lucky stars that 2017, with all its political drama and chaos, was behind us (oh, how naive we were!) As…

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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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4 Days in Hoi An: The Enchanting Lantern Town

Oh Hoi An, you little heart-breaker. It’s been 8 weeks since I left your colourful streets behind and I’m still pining for you. Where to even begin trying to convey the magical charm and atmosphere of Vietnam’s most beautiful ancient town? From the bright yellow streets and lantern-dotted skies…

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24 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City

Earlier this year, I ticked a massive wish off my travel bucket-list and took my very first step into the exotic lands of Asia – or more specifically, I took my first step on to the chaotic motorbike-filled streets of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam (and nearly got…

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2 days in Chicago and why you have to visit in the fall

When you think of honeymoon destinations, it’s probably fair to say that Chicago doesn’t immediately spring to mind… especially in November.  But 2 years ago, that’s exactly where me and my hubby were headed for 2 days to kick off our honeymoon celebrations, before moving on to a far…

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The travel blogger who was afraid to fly

You know that feeling you get when you’re eagerly awaiting your flight at the airport, watching the planes take off and land… you hear your flight number being called and you get that buzz of excitement in the pit of your stomach that you’re about to take to the…

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5 reasons to visit Oxford this summer

As a self-proclaimed part-time traveller, I’m a firm believer that you don’t have to venture far to discover new and exciting places. So I’m rather ashamed to tell you that, despite growing up within 50 miles of one of England’s most historic and frequently visited cities, it took me until last…

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10 simple ways to create a travel-themed wedding

Summer is finally here and that can only mean one thing… wedding season is in full swing! Whether you’re getting hitched abroad, or are just a couple of wanderlusters at heart, a travel theme can be a fun and simple way to personalise your special day. My partner and I tied…

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