Travel To | Sotogrande

Since I was a little girl, I have been lucky enough to spend time over the summer months at our family villa in Sotogrande. As one of the largest privately owned resorts in Spain, Sotogrande offers something for everyone. From the beautiful golf courses & polo grounds to local food & craft markets, all set amongst the stunning vistas of the Costa Del Sol. Whilst the majority of visitors tend to opt to stay in private villas, there are a few hotels in the area, making it a great option for a long weekend getaway with its situation less than 20 minutes from Gibraltar Airport. 
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Insight Into | The Habit Hunter

Welcome to The Habit Hunter Inspired through planning for a European inter-railing trip back in 2013, my passion for travel, sourcing great…
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Hotel Review | 11 Howard, New York

Having previously stayed at The Refinery Hotel and The Dominick (previously Trump Soho), when looking for somewhere to stay for the New York Marathon I was keen to be in Soho, New York. A few searches later and I came across the newly opened 11 Howard, bagged a bargain rate and booked my flights! 
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Insight Into | The New York Marathon

Running the New York Marathon has always been an aspiration of mine, but one that I never truly believed would be achieved. Having entered myself into the ballot for the last 4 years (even after having never run further than 10km), and always getting that pitiful 'Sorry, not this time' email -  I gave up hope on gaining a place. Sods Law, give up hope and a few days after having run the Paris Marathon I received the 'Congratulations' email -- and the NYC planning began. 
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Hotel Review | Riad Sapphire, Marrakech

A Zen-like sanctuary in the heart of the medina, Riad Sapphire is owned by an experienced duo who know what it takes to run a top-notch guesthouse. The interiors are sleek monochrome, the suites are extravagant, and breakfast is a showstopper.
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Hotel Review | Gainsborough Bath Spa

Following my first ever marathon in Paris my sister whisked me away to Bath for a couple of days of R&R. Could there be a better place than Gainsborough? Hmm... I'm not sure. I visited shortly after they opened their doors and all I can say is wow - they have done an epic job.  
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