The Shore Currently: Oh, August!

August felt like another long month but in contrast to July, it was a very good month. GO August got me wanderlusting in France and Netherlands. A much deserved break with blue skies, beaches, boats… and rosé! Matchy matchy with the matelyas at Kon Tiki in Saint-Tropez Cannes can do!…

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A Chilled Out Day Tour of Marrakech

A lot of people say getting around Marrakech can be daunting, particularly for ladies. I admittedly feared this could be the case when I recently visited, but my experience was actually very pleasant. As with most things in life, it was all down to timing and planning. So how do…

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Travel link-up: Hakuna Matata & Soak it In!

I used to be such a worrywart when it came to travelling/holidaying. I blame it on the following mishaps from a few years ago: I miscalculated my timings and missed flights, which caused panic for my family and costed an expensive one-way ticket. Remember when Eyjafjallajökull erupted and caused chaos…

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A day with the “pricks” at Jardin Majorelle

Jardin Majorelle is literally an oasis of calm in the dessert. When you visit Marrakech, you can not miss out and not visit this gorgeous 12-acre space. Created by French artist Jacques Majorelle, the villa is a cool vision of green and a special electric-blue hue called bleu Majorelle, named after the artist…

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A decade in the UK: post-#EUref expat thoughts

I’ve been living in the UK for a third of my life, during the psychosocial development years where one forms and raises opinions on how intimate he becomes with himself, his peers/colleagues, and his lovers. The existential question in this stage of life is whether one is capable of loving,…

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