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    5 of the best lunches worth travelling around the world for

    I’ve always maintained that a good meal is worth making an effort for, so I decided to gather together 5 of the best lunches worth travelling around the world for – the noonday repasts that I have loved and would happily travel again for.

    Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons Lunch Review Adventures of a London Kiwi

    There’s a real combination in this list- from 2-Michelin starred luxurious hotels to simple, delicious treats accompanied by the fresh sea air – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. 

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    Should you go to Lisbon or Porto for a Portuguese city break? [Travel Linkup]

    It’s fair to say that I fell in love with Portugal on both of my city breaks. This fun loving country seems to be quite the winter sun destination for 2019, and I’ve had quite a few people contact me recently asking whether they should visit Lisbon or Porto for their Portuguese city break.

    What to do on a long weekend to Porto Portugal Adventures of a London Kiwi

    Both Lisbon and Porto are unique cities, each with an individual character – and sadly it’s not always practical to visit both in the same short trip.

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    72 hours in Gibraltar – Sunshine, Rock Stars and Monkeys

    We booked our 72 hours in Gibraltar without any expectations. If I’m entirely honest, I didn’t know very much about Gibraltar other than the history as a disputed territory, that there are a lot of monkeys, it has a huge rock and it’s a perfect place to catch some winter sun.

    Gibraltar Short Break Adventures of a London Kiwi

    I’m becoming more of a spontaneous traveller – my friend and I booked the destination on a whim, and that ended up being the theme of the trip.

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    12 books you must read as a freelancer or small business owner

    If you’re setting up a small, creative business, if you’re wanting to launch a side hustle and freelance or if you just want to upskill in your fulltime job or business, these are must-read books. If you have friends or family who are unhappy in their current jobs or even their current lives, give them a couple of these books as a present. They’ve all been inspirations, lifesavers and signposts for me at different points as a blogger, freelancer and small business owner and I recommend them all the time.

    12 books you must read as a freelancer or small business owner Adventures of a London Kiwi

    Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post contain affiliate links. If you buy an item after clicking on one, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I only ever recommend products and services that I use and love myself.

    During this freelance journey of mine – right from when it was just a dream/side hustle whilst I worked full time, all the way through now, 18 months down the track of running my business – I’ve tried to make a point of reading and upskilling myself, trying to work through blocks and overcome challenges. 

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    The Ultimate New Zealand Roadtrip: The North Island Edition

    Aoteoroa, Land of the Long White Cloud, God’s Own. New Zealand is known by many names, including ‘home’ for me. At least once in your life, you must do a North Island road trip. With gorgeous waterfalls, geothermic oddities, amazing beaches, snoozing volcanoes – the North Island is gorgeous, but it often plays second fiddle to the glory of the South Island. 

    Cathedral Cove Ultimate New Zealand Roadtrip Adventures of a London Kiwi

    What qualifies me as an insider? I’m a born and bred North Island lass of New Zealand. I’ve lived in gorgeous cities from Auckland all the way down to Wellington, and beautiful places in between like the Art Deco capital of the world Napier and spent a lot of time the beautiful shores of Tauranga. 

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