A round-up of our favourite things to see/do/eat in Germany’s capital city.
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Curiosity is the wellspring of creativity.
A visual tour of the Tempelhof Airport building in Berlin.
We tried out Mollie’s Motel and Diner for the first time.
A 3km riverside walk on the outskirts of Sheffield.
Our guide to a low-cost winter weekend in Norway’s capital city.
Escape from the city with a walk in a Norwegian winter wonderland.
Seeing Oslo from the water on a 2 hour boat trip.
A completely free activity in one of the world’s most expensive cities.
In Autumn 2018, we found ourselves deep in the forests of Sweden.
An incredible botanic garden in Scotland that is unlike anywhere we’ve ever been before - in a very good way!
A great place to stay when visiting Linn Botanic Gardens or to break up the journey on the way to the Isle of Skye.
A worthwhile detour from Glencoe in Scotland.
A classic walk with UNBELIEVABLE views.
This walk is no stranger to us; we did it a few years ago when we first visited the Isle of Skye but it rained like nobody’s business
A luxury lifestyle brand in Amsterdam making clean drinking water its mission.
A sample of our photography work for Trouva from our Amsterdam trip.
Our three-day trip to Amsterdam in November.
An Indonesian-inspired hotel in Amsterdam with an indoor subtropical jungle.
Our 4 day trip to Sweden.
A vegetarian restaurant in Stockholm.
Walking through Swedish oak and pine.
An ABBA tribute hotel.. Kind of.
Exploring tiny islands and some amazing apple cake.
Sauna, a crayfish party and fairytale views in the woods.
An insight into life in Sweden and a taste of Christmas!
A celebration of all things Smãland all under one roof.
Notes from our walks in the Peak District National Park.
On a busy main road in central Manchester sits a bubble of peace and quiet in the form of contemporary teahouse…
This doll’s house of a hotel bridges that gap perfectly between B&B and hotel.
Something about the colours and light made the landscape appear like a painting.
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