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Bed Bugs and what to do

I am a survivor of a bed bug attack. Yes, that’s right, I lived to tell the tale. I hear you gasp across time and space – bed bugs, how can anyone get over such an experience? It wasn’t easy. There were days of lathering myself in Hydrocortisone cream and restless …

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San Cristobal – Cooking Class

Every traveler has their must do thing; some like beer and clubs, others go sky diving or bungee jumping, and some buy amazing souvenirs. My must do item which I splurge on – is cooking classes! NOTE: This post is not sponsored, all my own thoughts. Where: Instituto Jovel – San Cristobal, …

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Amigo’s Hostel, Cozumel, Mexico – Review

Note: all thoughts are my own and my accommodation reviews are not sponsored unless otherwise stated.  The Details Where: Amigo’s Hostel, Cozumel, Mexico How Long: 5 nights Number of persons: 1 Cost: $21 AUD a night Link: I couldn’t find a website, but you can book through TripAdvisor or HostelWorld Location …

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All Purpose Healthy Everyday Salsa’s

I am a big fan of a home-made salsa, they can have so many purposes – as a dip, as a garnish, as a topping, as a sandwich filling… the uses are almost endless. Time and time again I find myself using these two salsa’s and as such, I thought …

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Should I stay in a hostel?

Why should you stay in a hostel – I thought the reasons on why you should were self-explanatory but apparently, they aren’t. So let me give you some fantastic reasons to stay in a hostel.  Now, I know some of you are saying – “Seriously why would you want to …

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23 things to do in San Francisco on a budget

Need some help narrowing things to do in San Francisco on a budget – there is SO MUCH to do there! From walking the hunted halls of Alcatraz to strolling the colourful streets of Mission district. And you can find good food pretty much anywhere. What’s not to love?! I spent …

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How to find the perfect travel companion

Travel companions can easily become your best friends for life.  The hard part is working out a way to differentiate between someone you could have one beer with and someone you can travel with. I love solo travel, but one of the many benefits is making new friends for a few …