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    September 2, 2018
    Happiness in Wanaka
    I am writing this sitting at the airport at 6am - barely slept at all. Grumpy and sleepy but when I write down the word 'Wanaka' I smile. Every single time. I cannot be more grateful for such a...
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    September 1, 2018
    Passions, Interests and ESFP Thoughts
    What do you do when you feel like you'd love to be an actress, a singer, a production assistant, a model, an entrepreneur, a digital nomad, a psychologist... I've always said this to Owen and he made fun of...
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    July 24, 2018
    Striving for Excellence and Being Comfortable
    I keep thinking and letting myself be affected by the fact, that I would like to surround myself with many many people who are striving for something similar. I need the inspiration and the energy around me. It is...
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    July 20, 2018
    Australia West Coast Roadtrip and Backpacking the East Coast Video Blog
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    July 11, 2018
    What Has Depression Taught Me?
    Most of the time when I think of mental health disorders (more specifically depression and anxiety), I tend to shut down and go very brief and crude. Especially in the past year or so, I've put it in a...
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    July 9, 2018
    Cambridge University, London and Harry Potter Studios with the Girls - Vlog
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    July 8, 2018
    Scotland Road Trip Vlog
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    July 7, 2018
    Three Hours in Verona and Thoughts on Travelling Alone
    I never understood why people don't like travelling or spending time alone. Surely, if you're scared it it is even more of a reason to do it! Imagine how much you can grow and take away from it. I...
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    January 28, 2018
    Sydney Vivid Festival
    To say that I was excited about visiting Sydney is an understatement. Somehow I felt like a local from day one – I think the fact that I had a whole flat through AirBnb made it feel like I...
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    January 28, 2018
    Rottnest Island and Perth Western Australia
    The minute I booked my flight from Budapest to Perth in Western Australia, I started researching Perth must-see attractions. Honestly, I was not that excited about Perth itself, I was mainly flying to the West coast for the roadtrip up...
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    July 18, 2014
    Chocolate Fondant Recipe
    I am sure it is not only me who watches Masterchef Professionals religiously and wishes she could cook and bake such masterpieces. I always thought in order to create the perfect fondant  - that is runny in the middle...
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    April 27, 2014
    Spinach Cream Sauce and Sirloin Steak
    Quick and simple. Full of iron and protein. Use light sour cream and cream. What you'll need: 2-3 bags of spinach (I used baby spinach, the original Hungarian recipe uses proper sized spinach from your garden...) flour any vegetable oil (rapeseed or...
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    March 18, 2014
    Thai Islands - Phi Phi Part II
    The following couple of days we decided to take trips to beaches further away from the village. Long Beach, Loh Ba Gao, Loh Moo Dee. They took about 20 maximum 45 minutes walk. We took a boat (70-80 baht)...
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    March 17, 2014
    Thai Islands - Phi Phi Part I
    After beautiful and empty Phuket, we were looking forward to Koh Phi Phi, as heard such mixed reviews from friends and family. Some swear it's the ultimate paradise island, some find it commercialised, touristy, and would never go near it...
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    March 16, 2014
    Monaco Travel Blog
    Awesome memories in Monaco-Ville. The Old Town was fantastic, the views, buildings, the atmosphere, oh and the food... And here comes the negative part. I am not going to lie, I did not think much of Monaco back then, I...
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    February 22, 2014
    Cambridge Travel Guide
    Yes, we live here, and yes we will probably live here for another 9months to a year. But I remember when I first moved to London and every weekend visited the touristy spots - and people who lived in...
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    February 11, 2014
    French Riviera Travel Blog II - Budget Travel
    After busy and hectic Monaco, we were on the hunt for a campsite, so ended up in Sospel - a little town very close to the Italian border. The campsite (11.60 EURO a night, this is their website, they...
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    February 6, 2014
    East England Travel Blog - Ickworth House
    Perfect for a quick day trip: approachable by car and carries the familiar charm of English countryside. If we decided to hold our wedding in the UK it'd be definitely on my top five list of venues. For couples...
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    January 15, 2014
    Provence Travel Blog - Waterfalls - Budget Travel
    The absolute highlight of the trip. This is neither French Riviera nor Provence, somewhere in between. The tiny hilltop village called Sillans has a population of 400 souls - and a true hidden gem - a 42 m high...
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    September 4, 2013
    Top 10 Beaches In the World
    When we came back from Thailand 2 years ago I thought I am over beaches. It is unlikely we will be back in Phuket in the near future, and nothing else would compare anyway. Then, as we did more...
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    August 26, 2013
    Spanish Foodie Adventures
    Visited several Spanish restaurants in the past, been to Spain twice and somehow I have not managed to fall in love with any of their dishes. I really wanted to, I kept trying new dishes hoping to eat something...
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    August 26, 2013
    French Riviera Travel Blog I - Budget Travel
    The morning when we woke up in the tent to the sound of raindrops... Such a disappointment! But that is what happens when you go to France in low season - less crowded, yes, cheaper, yes - but there...
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    July 21, 2013
    Angkor Wat - PhotoBlog
    A place of worship. Home. Orphanage. Workplace. Where the Khmers used to live their lives... And some Cambodians still do, up to this day. I was expecting temples, stunning sandstone architecture, some kind of catharsis walking along a site from the 12th century......
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    July 7, 2013
    Tuna steak salad with quail eggs and Asian dressing
    Again, simple, easy, can take it to work for lunch... perfect for our current lifestyle of... being incredible busy and stressed out, too many things to do and never enough time. It's a simpler and cheaper version of the Eastern Style...
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    July 7, 2013
    Chili roast lamb with coriander sauce and lemongrass potato salad
    The times when I was only on the hunt for highly complicated recipes are way behind me, but I will definitely post creations from the past as well, with bad quality photos but the recipes... They will speak for...
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    June 17, 2013
    Redcurrant Soufflé Recipe
    Another attempt... worked out a bit better. Such easy and light dessert, especially perfect for the Summer. I used fresh fruit, as where I am now we have a huge orchard, so just popped out to the garden. If...
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    June 17, 2013
    Cambodian Adventures - Part 1 - Siem Reap
    I recently read an article about Australian scientists discovering another Cambodian town (Mahendraparvata) in the Siem Reap area, dating back to even further than Angkor. The article made me reread the story of Angkor Wat so I figured - as...
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    June 11, 2013
    Climbing Snowdon
    Never would have thought I'd come come back with a tan... Sunshine and 20 degrees? How many times does that happen in the UK? And most importantly: in Wales? I checked the Beddgelert weather for the following week: rain...
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    June 6, 2013
    French Riviera on a Budget - Villefranche-sur-Mer & Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
    We are leaving Nice and heading East on the coast, towards Èze, Monaco and Roquebrune.  But in the meantime - we inserted a beach day as long as we still had good weather. It was an existing problem, you will...
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    June 3, 2013
    Easy Breakfast Recipe: Eggs Benedict Eastern European style
    Perfect for a morning when you got a little bit more time than 'cereal with yogurt', but it is still ready in 20 mins. I also fancy the traditional variations of Eggs Benedict - both with bacon and salmon...
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    May 30, 2013
    French Riviera on a Budget - Nice in September
    Sounds completely ridiculous, I mean come on, the French Riviera?! Nice, Cannes and Monaco are all the places where all the high class people chill out on their yachts and attend fabulous parties! That is only one side of...
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    May 30, 2013
    Easy Chocolate Soufflé Recipe
    I did not dare to bake a soufflé for a long time, I have been watching way too many episodes of 'MasterChef Professionals' where they always emphasized how easy it is to mess it up. The other day I...
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    May 28, 2013
    Phuket in September - Thai islands
    I will skip Bangkok for now, as we escaped the city as quickly as we could. And was wise to do so! On the 11th day morning - as a result of the monsoon's arrival - we ended up...
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    May 27, 2013
    Super Easy dessert recipe : Chocolate coconut balls without baking
    As mentioned before, we held a BBQ over the weekend. Because of the excitement of my very last exam I just didn't feel focused enough to pull off a more complicated recipe, but I definitely wanted a home-made dessert...
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    May 27, 2013
    Cycling in Cambridgeshire/Essex
    Bank-holiday weekend with eternal sunshine... As the day before was spent with BBQing at least 6 kg (almost a stone) of beef ribs and chicken thighs marinated in different extremely spicy Nando's sauces, alongside with great amount of tequila...
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    May 20, 2013
    Pilot Post "The mountains are calling and I must go."
    Being quite used to taking smaller trips between our major holidays - I found myself craving everything that is even a little bit different to the environment we tend to spend our days in, manoeuvring between the office, lab,...
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    May 20, 2013
    A day in Budapest - Photo Blog Part 1
    Seems such a short period of time, but most people I met in the UK or during my travels, they either spent a long weekend in Budapest, or travelled there for work, business, and in between meetings they had...