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Leap of Faith; How I got to Libya

"At this point, this was my situation. I was in a city I had never heard of, I didn’t know if I really even had a flight ticket, or better still if a flight even existed, Muad, my new Libyan facebook bff, had booked it on my behalf and that’s all I knew. I definitely didn’t have a visa of ...

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Showing My Mum Some Luxury in Northern Ireland; Lusty Beg Review

I don't spend much time in Ireland each year, in fact I've probably spent more time in airplanes than in Ireland over the last ten years, so when I'm home I think it's only fair I treat my mum to the best our wee country has to offer. I hadn't been aware that Northern Ireland had any 'luxury retreats' but recently I had ...

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A 2015 Round-Up and Plans for 2016

Successful people don't stumble across their success, happiness doesn't just fall in their lap it's a constant journey. The best way to ensure progress on that journey is to take stock of how far you've come, the areas that still require a little, or a lot, of work and of course to start making plans for what's up next. With that in mind I ...

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Transit in Puerto Rico, and Why I'm Rushing Back

My trip through the Caribbean sounds like one paradise after another, but all the flights were mounting up so I eventually decided that I couldn't literally see EVERY island in the region, I'd have to stick to the United Nations list of countries there - that meant no Puerto Rico, which technically speaking is part of the US, although that debate is ...

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Luxury Travel; Celebrating Country 150 in the Seychelles

Traveling to every country in the world is so much harder than I ever anticipated it to be, so many times I've thought about quitting, or at least postponing the finish date. But if I'm to become the first person from Ireland to do it, I gotta keep moving forward. I have made a lot of sacrifices en route to being ...

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