Author: Kat Carter

Hallstatt, Austria

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Europe / Travel / Uncategorized

Hallstatt is what I would call picture perfect. The village is situated on the edge of a lake and is surrounded by mountains. When we arrived it was also snowing! It felt like we were in a postcard. There is not much to do here but gawk at the beauty that surrounds you. We stayed in Hallstatt for one night before heading to Vienna. You can also do Hallstatt in a day trip from Salzburg […]

8 things to do in London this Christmas

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Travel / Uncategorized / United Kingdom

Christmas is my favourite time of the year and London celebrates it spectacularly well. Coming from New Zealand I’m used to having a summer Christmas – Β beach, BBQ’s & jandals. Now that I live in the Northern hemisphere I can sing along to christmas carols like ‘walking in a Winter Wonderland’ without feeling like a phoney. Here are my top 8 things to do in London this Christmas – mulled wine and christmas jumpers essential!

Santorini Dreaming

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It seems like a million years ago that I was sunning myself on the beautiful island that is Santorini. Wish I was back quad biking around all of the different towns, drinking delicious wine and taking in the view.Β 3 days was the perfect amount of time for us to enjoy Santorini. Below are my recommendations ! Enjoy πŸ™‚

Travel guide: Lisbon, Portugal

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Pastel coloured buildings, vintage trams, multi coloured tiles and stunning vistas are a few of the reasons why I adore Lisbon. What makes me love the place even more is the food! So delicious and so cheap. Portugal is one of the most affordable countries to travel to in Europe, great for the budget traveler. You can travel here all year around due to the mild climate. We visited in April and spent the first […]

Travel guide: Melbourne, Australia

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Australia / Food / Travel / Uncategorized

To break up our flight from New Zealand to London we stopped in Melbourne for a long weekend. I absolutely adore Melbourne. There is an abundance of culture, great eateries, amazing shopping and lovely green spaces. Normally before I go on holiday I do a lot of research to find out the best places to go but luckily for us we had friends and family take us to their favourite spots.