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First Long Haul With My Boyfriend | Dubai Adventures

Many people don’t realise that often multi-trip destinations work out to be cheaper than flying directly to one destination. I realised this when looking for flights after deciding to leave South Korea. In the end, I flew out to Japan for 3 days before venturing back home and saved around £100! My boyfriend and I decided to do the same thing and we managed to find flights to Dubai and Bali for a bargain!

This trip was brought feelings of both excitement and nervousness. Mostly because I was travelling back to Asia after 2 years but also because I was travelling long haul with my boyfriend. It was the first time we would be spending 2 weeks together. Seeing each other everyday. Just the two of us. Constantly in each other’s space.  Continue Reading

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Travelling solo? 5 Tips Before You Leave

People often share their desire of travelling solo with me and I always get so excited for them because I know how amazing it can be. Travelling with friends and loved ones is great as you can share memories, but you may find yourself in a predicament where you want to travel and but you have no one to go with! Or even simply, you want to have different travel experience that is based solely on your interests. I found solo travel to be freeing and allowed me to meet people & experience things that I may not necessarily have had the opportunity to have if I was travelling with someone else.

My solo travel experience began whilst I was living in South Korea. During my first vacation, I travelled to Malaysia and Singapore with a friend, however when winter vacation came round, I knew I would be moving back home and Thailand was one of the places I had always wanted to visit. My friends all had different ideas for their winter vacation so I knew that this meant I had to go alone! You can read more about my trip to Thailand here. Since then, I have travelled to Japan, Busan, South Korea and Copenhagen alone. Continue Reading