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Interview with author Lucy Clarke

I am a huge fan of Lucy Clarke’s books; The Sea Sisters and A Single Breath both incorporate elements of travel and the ocean and had me captivated right from the start.  Lucy’s latest book A Single Breath was published in March this year and is set in London, Dorset and Tasmania.  Full of suspense,

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Portsmouth Life Magazine – Spring Edition

I am excited to share that I have a three page article in the spring edition of Portsmouth Life magazine.  Based on Easter I delve into how other countries celebrate at this time of year, focusing on traditions and superstitions. Happy Easter wherever you are in the world right now!  

Etc Magazine – Hampshire edition

Here is an article that I have had published in the October edition of Etc magazine, Hampshire.  It is one that I am particularly proud of as the focus is my hometown of Lymington.  Take a look at the full version of the magazine and my article on page 72 – 73:  Etc Magazine, Hampshire,

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Australia here I come…

I am heading to Australia in under a month and I am so very excited about it!  This will be my first visit down under and I can’t wait to actually being there!  My husband Matt and I are flying out from London Heathrow via Bangkok, spending two nights there and then flying on to

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I Love Jersey…

I am currently in Jersey in the Channel Islands, for a very quick 17 hours!  While the weather back on the south coast of the UK seems to have reverted back to winter the sun is gloriously shining over here!  So to make the most of the lovely afternoon sun I have just been on

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Bangkok Boutique….

The Shanghai Mansion in Bangkok’s Chinatown is a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle of this chaotic but exciting city.  Welcomed by the friendly staff with a refreshing iced tea, the scene is set with vibrantly coloured lanterns hanging from the ceilings and ponds filled with colourful fish; creating an oriental feast for

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The Festival of Lights…

I was in Mauritius during Diwali, or the Festival of Lights as it is also known.  During the festival celebrations clay pots are filled with oil and burnt overnight in households symbolising the power of good over evil.  The first evening I was there I stumbled across a free open air dance performance, put on as

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Antigua from the road…

I love getting glimpses of the places I visit on the road, you get to see areas that you might not normally visit especially somewhere like the Caribbean.  A bus journey in Antigua gave me a new perspective of the island.  I love spotting the different coloured houses and stalls on the streets.  Seeing people sitting

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