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BLOGGER OF THE YEAR | British Guild of Travel Writers' 2017

Hello, I’m Kathryn, a travel photographer and blogger. This is my corner of the world wide web where I write about my passion for travel, from stylish city breaks to off-the-grid wildlife encounters. I’m equally happy zip-lining through a rainforest in the Caribbean as I am unwinding in a luxury European spa or learning to cook fish benachin in Africa. Join me as I discover new countries, cultures and cuisines.

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A vegetarian and vegan guide to Beijing, China

Jade and Kev from Two Tall Travellers share their guide to vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Beijing.   Beijing is a vast city, with an estimated 20 million-plus people living here. Restaurants, markets and shops are all rushing to cater to everyone’s different...

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OUTXE backpack cooler review and giveaway

Are you planning any picnics this summer? I love getting out into the countryside, especially in the South Downs National Park, which is just a 20-minute drive from where I live. I love it so much that I now offer guided walks there. I’ve spent quite a bit of time...

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Where and what to eat in Charleston, South Carolina

Welcome to Charleston, where the culinary scene is as colourful as the pastel-painted houses that line the city's cobbled streets. Are you looking for great places to eat in Charleston? Following our recent visit, I've teamed up with my fellow members of the British...

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Discovering Low Country charm in South Carolina

Pretty pastel-painted houses, oak trees veiled in Spanish moss, bright red rocking chairs, gators and grits. Memories from a recent visit to South Carolina swirl in my mind. Where to start? I could take you to Charleston, Beaufort or Bluffton, three historic towns,...

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The best bars in Belfast

When it comes to drinking, no one does it better than the Irish! And Belfast has more than its fair share of wonderfully traditional and quirky pubs, oozing with character and overflowing with superb beer. Whiskey, gin and cocktail aficionados won’t go thirsty either....

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Top 20 plus things to do in the Algarve

Dramatic coastal walks, never-ending sandy beaches, fabulous food and wine, friendly locals, historic towns and villages, not to mention reasonable prices, it's small wonder that Portugal, and in particular the Algarve, is a favourite holiday destination with us...

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