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ⓥ By Chloe. New York


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

New York is a cosmopolitan city, full of wonder and culture, but when you’re visiting for such a short time, what’s the best way to see the city and cram in as much as you can while not spending a fortune? This week my friend Nyla is showing you how to best explore New York in ...

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ⓥ Etnosvet – Prague


Tuesday, October 4, 2016

As I rolled up the hotel blinds in the morning, I was greeted with endless terracotta rooftops and gorgeous, elaborate church spires. I knew I was in Prague.   Mild yet crisp air greeted us as we wasted no time and stepped out for a short, seven-minute walk to the Old Town Centre, where the magic happens ...

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The Best New Vegan Restaurants In Miami


Wednesday, August 10, 2016

I came, I saw, I ate my way through Miami at the freshest, hottest healthy eateries – sponsored by Open World Travel! (not a bad job, eh?)   So, after eating some amazing dishes and meeting some amazing people along the way, I have compiled a round-up of my TOP recommendations for the BEST vegan eateries, which have recently opened in Miami. All ...

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ⓥ Cultivated Magic – Joia Milan


Monday, August 3, 2015

Joia is a Michelin-starred, 80% vegan restaurant in Milan. This is no ordinary restaurant, however, as the owner behind it is soulful master chef Pietro Leemann; a man on a mission to change the world of food. Pietro Leemann is the creative mind behind Joia, where each dish is formulated with a concept; a story, which is playful yet meaningful ...

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Where to eat around Trevi Fountain


Wednesday, July 15, 2015

I like most things to have substance and style, and it is no different when it comes to my travelling.I ended up in Rome by default, as I was initially booked to attend a work conference but by the time the trip came I was no longer with the company, so what does one do? ...

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Breeze Restaurant – Bangkok


Tuesday, June 3, 2014

After saying our goodbyes to the paradise islands and the ocean which will be immensely missed, we headed back for our last night in Bangkok before flying out the next morning back to reality that is London, emails, rush hour tube and days daydreaming about holidays.We stayed at the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, which is apparently ...

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