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Santorini | The Luxe Travel Guide

With its iconic blue domed rooftops, sun-bleached white terraces and spectacular sunset views, it is difficult to imagine anywhere more quintessentially Greek than the small Cyclades island of Santorini. Follow me through the cobbled thoroughfares of Oia for some of the island’s most beautiful gems… Advertisements

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A Weekend In… Bath

Steeped in Roman history and paved with honeyed-stone Georgian grandeur, take a step back in time to the city of Bath. Famed for its thermal waters, once bathed in by settlers, this historic city also counts Jane Austen amongst residents past. Just over two hours by car from London, Bath has much to fill a weekend…

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Travel Edit | The Cinque Terre

Benvenuto to the charming Cinque Terre! One of the most picturesque spots along the Italian Riviera, this has long been the bucket list destination of keen walkers and avid voyagers alike. It’s literal translation, “Five Lands”, describe the cluster of pastel fishing villages that dot this rugged stretch of coastline like little flecks of watercolour paint.

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The London Series | London’s most ‘Instagram-able’ Bakeries

If you thought Paris was home to world’s most delectable pâtisseries, think again. Get your camera (and sweet tooth) ready, because these are London’s most Instagram-worthy bakeries.

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Travel Edit | Halong Bay

Ancient Vietnamese legend will tell you how a dragon, in its defence of enemy advances from the north, came to form the UNESCO world wonder of Halong Bay. Literally translated as “descending dragon”, Halong’s sixteen hundred rocky limestone islets that scatter the jade green waters are as “otherworldly” beautiful as their mythical formation reveals. Around four hours drive… Continue reading Travel Edit | Halong Bay

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Travel Edit | Colonial Hanoi

“Old Asia, with a French accent”. Exploring Vietnam’s capital, it’s not too difficult to imagine life in 19th century Hanoi. Street traders, pedestrians and the city’s scores of mopeds all mingle in Hanoi’s narrow streets, mimicking the same hustle and bustle you’d expect from a turn-of-the-century trade hub. Look up, and the city’s fading French-influence still surrounds you today.