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Review: The Suspect by Fiona Barton

Fiona Barton’s The Suspect was published on the 24th January 2019 and is the fourth crime novel from The Sunday Times and New York Times best-selling author. The Suspect: The Story Alex had been planning her trip to Thailand with her best friend Mags for months.  It was meant to be…

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26 books on Sri Lanka to inspire your next trip to the Teardrop Island in the Indian Ocean via @tbookjunkie

26 Books on Sri Lanka to Read Before You Visit

Whether you are the adventurous type, looking to explore all Sri Lanka has to offer – from its many tea plantations, scenic train journeys and its numerous temples – or prefer to simply relax on one of the Island’s beautiful beaches, finding out a little bit about the country’s history…

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Best Ways to Earn Money Whilst Travelling

For all you travel junkies out there that love nothing better than to jet off on your next adventure, we feel you. If you love to travel but don’t know how you can make money in the process, fear not! There are loads of ways to earn cash whilst experiencing…

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6 of Bangkok's trendiest bars that everyone should visit when next in Thailand via @tbookjunkie

6 Trendy Bars You Need to Visit When Drinking in Bangkok

Trendy bars have been popping up all over the Thai capital in recent years, but few people seem to associate this kind of nightlife with Bangkok. If you ask the vast majority of travellers where to head for a night out, I guarantee the first spot they will mention is…

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Chiang Rai: What To Do With 48 Hours in This Northern City

Chiang Rai has become exceedingly popular in recent years for one reason in particular. If you were to do a search on the internet right now, looking up ‘most visited temples I guarantee that Wat Rong Khun (also known as the White Temple) will appear within the top five, rating…

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Ayutthaya: A Guide of What to See and Do in the Ancient Capital

Whilst some ancient cities are long gone, Ayutthaya is a city so proud of its terracotta monuments and temples that preservation work has been extensively undertaken all around the city.  Unlike other ancient cities where you can now only see the magnificent architecture of great civilisations from afar, Ayutthaya is…

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What Every Bookworm Needs for a Relaxing Day at the Beach

Bookworms and the beach… yes you have read that correctly, even we need some much needed vitamin D sometimes. Granted, whilst it is fair to say that we normally tend to gravitate towards bookshops, libraries or cafes that house delightful little reading nooks, we have also been known to occasionally…

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7 Exotic Places to Visit If Money Was Not a Problem

By definition, exotic refers to anything unusual or exciting, or characteristic of a distant foreign country. When we plan our holidays, we frequently consider exotic destinations but quite often they remain on our bucket land because we can’t afford the travel. But what if money was not an obstacle to…

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Common Travel Mistakes That Everyone Makes

I don’t care what anyone says, everyone makes mistakes.  We are human after all and everyone is fallible, especially when travelling.  For the past three years both Paul and I have worked in the travel industry and each summer we see customers arrive for their long-awaited two week holiday and…

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