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Careys Manor SenSpa – luxury retreat

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April 26, 2016

Every now and then, I feel the need of being pampered; and not that I mind my husband’s foot rub and two minutes massage, but there comes a time when leaving professionals do their work will do wonders in a relationship. When we packed two weeks ago to indulge…


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A day well spent in St. Martin’s Courtyard, London

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March 10, 2016

Living in London means you get accustomed to all the popular places, but still go to the same pub, eat at the same restaurant, walk on the same street. There are many hidden treasures locals won’t share with tourists, but I’ve decided to break the rules, and tell you…


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7 travel essentials when going to Spain: #aWorldOfDifference

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March 4, 2016

Last week was terribly busy for my family, as we packed lots of suitcases and embarked on a road trip all the way to Spain. I don’t know about you, but when future plans include any sort of trips, I panic and start making mental lists with travel essentials. I…


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Why I love Cambridge

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March 1, 2016

One of my favorite towns, Cambridge is a preserved treasure at the heart of England. In the city that inspired great minds from Charles Darwin to Stephen Hawking, you’ll find one of the world’s oldest universities, the 1871 Gothic-revival All Saints Church and the gardens favored by 17th-century poet John…


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The Nai Harn, Phuket

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November 21, 2015

Every person has a bucket list, but mine is shamelessly longer than anybody else’s. Due to my job as a professional wishful thinker, I find out about lots of places and activities worth included on my list, such as visiting Thailand, for example. One of the places I would…


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Things to do in London: The Regent Street adventure

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November 9, 2015

I’ve been living in London for the past 5 years, and at first I was a bit depressed leaving my family and friends, for an unknown world and a much different culture than I was used to. Little did I know that I wouldn’t want to leave this metropolis,…


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Disneyland Paris for adults: where magic is real

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October 23, 2015


I’ve always been a Disney girl, ever since I was little. Nothing changed after 30 years, I still know all the songs and plots to all the movies, and I am keeping myself updated to all the Disney releases. There is a Disneyland fun club and my name should…


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Bibury – the heart of Cotswold Village

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October 15, 2015

England has an old charm that no modernism can beat. The history lives within the people and villages I’ve come across in my trips around the country, but there is no other place like Bibury. The heart of Cotswold, it has won my adulation, ever since I’ve visited the…


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5 tips for having a balanced diet while travelling

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October 4, 2015

All year round is perfect for travelling, as long as you have the right company and the ideal destination. Either it’s the crowded exotic Morocco, or the exclusive Cannes, there is always a haven to spot on the map and explore. The best thing is you get to spend…


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Sofitel London St James: a tribute to the 20th century

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November 9, 2014

You can never feel alone in London. Or bored. Or common. The city has lots to offer, thanks to exciting events, brilliant ideas and beautiful people. This Friday we celebrated at the Sofitel London St James the Studio Harcourt exhibition. The Studio is in the UK for the first time,…

Elena Sandor
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