Europe

Lend us your imagination for a few minutes. Join us around our campfire and let us share our love letter to a land far away whose majestic mountains were shaped by time and in whose misty glens warriors and kings

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Saint-Malo Seafood | Brittany | @dipyourtoesin

Passion is a word that is characteristically French. Our short weekend trip to Saint-Malo, Brittany (Bretagne) provided a great introduction to Breton culinary traditions in a cultural region of France where food and history combine passionately.

Mojito glasses at Mercado de San Miguel HDYTI

Madrid or Barcelona? We know Spain has loads of amazing cities and this question is likely to raise a few ‘El-Clasico’ and Catalan eyebrows but if you had to choose to visit one of these two cities, which one would

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Le Petit Moulin

A summer French-themed bridal shoot with the seasoned and versatile wedding photographer esp.LOVE was the perfect excuse we needed to pack our bags and fly to France for a few days.   The photo shoot provided a rare opportunity to mix

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Toledo Spain Day Trip | HDYTI

Although the popular American expression ‘Holy Toledo!’ probably has less reverent origins, the iconic Spanish city from which its Ohio sister derives its name was once home to three religious cultures: Christian, Muslim and Jewish. These three cultures co-existed for centuries and

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Jay Emme | Corfu | HDYTI

In a quest to encourage families to travel, we’ve asked some of our fantastic fans to submit guest posts on their top tips for travelling with children. Jay Emme is a super talented photographer and confidence coach based in Birmingham,

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Travelling to Gozo, Azure Window

There are a number of options available to those seeking to escape harsh European winters. Without crossing continents, one option is Malta. However travelling to Malta in the winter still requires some preparation. Here we share five tips for things

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Streets of Valletta, Malta

Of Valletta, Knights and the ’30 second’ horseman The Knights of Saint John and The Grand Masters are a very significant part of Malta’s history. These men were considered warriors, leaders and lawmakers of their time. Although their age is

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Gozo-Malta

On a trip to the island of Gozo, we encountered rural Malta, ate a cooked lunch in a shed and marvelled at the Azure Window. We hope you enjoy reading this instalment of our Malta Diaries. If Malta’s ancient Mdina is your cool

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Rabat, Malta

Mdina…Where is everyone? Oh! Thanks Rabat 🙂 The silence was almost uncanny. As we walked through the silent streets of Mdina, it seemed as if most of its residents had been abducted by aliens or all 11,000 of them had

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