JessicaInYourEar

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A Light Guide to London with LUMA Concept Hotel

Living in Cambridge, London is actually much closer than most people think and the fast train can get you into King’s Cross in just 50 minutes. This year, I’m trying to make the most of living so close to the…

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Responsible Tourism: Dolphin Watching in Iceland

There’s nothing quite like seeing wildlife in their natural habitat. Getting out in nature is one of my favourite things to do and seeing animals in the wild is one of the most rewarding travel experiences you can have. For…

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Top Tips To Prepare For Your Next Holiday

After visiting 12 countries last year and 7 so far this year, I’d be doing something seriously wrong if I couldn’t prepare for a holiday. I can now organise a trip in a matter of hours once I spot a…

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Win £50 Hotel Voucher: New Design and Giveaway

There’s been a lot of change for me over the last few months. I left my job and a company which I’ve worked for for my whole adult career, which has been strange, exciting and terrifying all at once. I…

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Dinner at the Tamburlaine, Cambridge

The Tamburlaine opened just over a year ago in Cambridge and it has been quickly established as a luxury place to stay in the city, thanks to its beautiful interiors and location close to the train station. The hotel has…

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A Newbie’s Guide to Campervanning with Bumble Campers

I’ve always loved the idea of camping; it’s such a cheap and flexible way to explore the beautiful countryside. However the part of camping I have never loved is the tents. Sleeping on a cold, hard floor is not my…

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Plant Heaven at The Potting Shed, Guiseley

Yorkshire is one of my favourite places in the UK, if not the world. There’s always somewhere new to explore and importantly for me, somewhere new to eat! I was recently invited to try the new menu at the Potting…

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Finding My Voice: Public Speaking Academy

I’ve always struggling with speaking up. I’m naturally an introvert and ever since I was a child, my school reports always read “needs to speak up more” or “needs to contribute more in the classroom.” That’s why I write a…

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What To Expect From A Mystery Holiday

Mystery holidays are growing in popularity. The demand for city breaks to unusual destinations, on a budget, is growing more and more and the idea of a mystery holidays fits this bill perfectly – without you having to make any…

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I went on a mystery holiday as a first date

I have a theory about holidays and relationships. I think a weekend away is the perfect relationship test; for a boyfriend, for a friend or a group of mates. Last year, when I announced I was going abroad with a…

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Why Madeira Isn’t Just A Destination For The Over 60s

Madeira has a bit of a reputation as a retirees’ paradise. It’s a popular cruise ship destination and as a result, Funchal is seen as somewhere to visit if you have both money and time on your hands. It’s a…

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