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I always think of this as IG town

Before coming to Austria I added a few “Austria” hashtags to my Instagram account to follow. There was one place that kept popping up over and over again. That place is Hallstatt and I knew that I would want to see it as the setting really is quite beautiful. I had a feeling that it…

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Staithes by the sea

The first thing that struck me about this town was that it was completely empty, we hardly saw another person. With these cute quirky little cobble street fishing villages that is very strange. I only saw Staithes with the tide out, I would have loved to have seen it with the tide it, I can…

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Fukui Dinosaur Museum Japan

My son likes dinosaurs but he doesn’t love them so I never thought to visit this museum, that is until my daughter got a little older and we realised that she didn’t like dinosaurs she loves them! So we, not surprisingly, came out of this museum with a few more mini dinosaurs to take home…

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Nagano | Japan snow monkeys | Jigokudani

High up on the travel itinerary list for anyone coming to or living in Japan is to see the Japanese Snow Monkeys. It took us a while to get there but finally we did. I have to say though that we went when the snow was already gone and that was unfortunate because I think…

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a morning in Meji

I have been to Meji Jingu many times now and I am never going to tire of it. I am a little addicted to the place. I think I may put a book together just for Meji as I have a pretty large collection of photographs from there now and it would be a really…

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Mount Nokogiriyama

Mount Nokogiriyama is a hidden treasure which I am very surprised to hear that hardly anyone knows about. A few years ago a huge road that travels just less than 10 km under the sea and just under 5 km over it, made it much easier and faster to get across Tokyo bay. (you can…

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New Zealand | Christmas 2015

I have finally finished editing, it took me longer than I thought but I took 2980 photos in total. Don’t panic I am not going to be sharing 2980 photos, I edited just over 500 of those and I will share those – Joking! I will try my best to pick just a handful or…

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Milford Sound | New Zealand

Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, two amazing places that I am forever grateful to have seen. I wouldn’t be able to choose between the two as they are both good in their own ways. I would go back to both given the choice and I would probably stay longer and just sit and soak it…

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