A look back on 2017

30 December 2017
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I can’t believe we are at the end of 2017. I’m sure everyone says this but I feel like this year has flown by. As is tradition on this blog, at the end of the year I like to look back at the places I visited and things I achieved throughout the year. So let’s take a little trip down memory lane… The annual ski trip In February we travelled to Val d’Isere for our traditional birthday ski trip...

16 highlights from 2016

31 December 2016
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At the end of each year I like to do a re-cap post of my travel and personal highlights from the year (you can check out my 2015, 2014 and 2013 posts if you’re interested). This year I’ve decided to do a slightly different format and have come up with 16 highlights from 2016, mostly in chronological order. Skiing in Courchevel My first trip of the year was to Courchevel for a ski trip to celebrate mine and my boyfriend’s birthdays...

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A look back on 2015

24 December 2015
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Things have been a bit quiet on the blog this month. Work has been crazy busy and I’ve just returned from a ski trip in Austria, but I thought I’d get back into the swing of things by wrapping up all the highlights from 2015. I try to write one of these posts every year as I really enjoy looking back on the things I’ve done. Biggest personal achievements On the first day of January 2015, I skied my first ever black run!..

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Looking Back: 2014 in Retrospect

5 January 2015
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At first I wasn’t sure if I would write this post, as I felt like I cut back on traveling a little this year (mostly to do with the amount of time and money I had to invest in getting a new UK visa). But as I started looking back on blog posts and travel photos I was pleasantly surprised to see that I’d still managed to take quite a few trips...

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2013: A Look Back

23 March 2014
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January Rang in the New Year in Russia! Certainly an interesting place to visit. Seeing St Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square was definitely a highlight, although not at all what I was expecting on the inside! January also saw a weekend trip to Barcelona that fell on Australia Day. After a brief visit in July 2012, it was good to get a chance to go back and experience this city properly...