Eid at Meadowhall Sheffield

  Often when describing Eid to non-Muslims, it’s very easy for people to go straight into… “so it’s the Muslim version of Christmas??” I can understand why people would think that. Eid celebrations involve getting the family together, having a home cooked meal, treating kids (And big kids) and there’s…

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Manchester worker bee weekender

  Two months ago today, I took part in the Manchester Worker Bee Weekender. The minute it was over, I moved from one trip away to another… barely having time to blink and unpack, let alone to write-up two days of fun and frolics. These last few weeks, the sun…

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My top 3 hidden gems

  Most bloggers get approached a lot by companies wanting to host content on their site. To sponsor posts, to include links, do shout outs… I try my best to reply to them all politely and decline but sometimes there are just too many to deal with and get deleted.…

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Why I love working in travel

  When you meet new people, make new friends, as we generally muddle through life, one of the key questions we always get asked is: So… what do you do? It’s a pretty tough question right? When you think about it, in life we all do a lot of things.…

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Review: Le Fayan Nile Cruise

  I don’t even know where to begin. I’ve never been on a cruise type of holiday before. One where days are spent living on a boat, travelling to different destinations, hopping on and off to take in some sights. I had visions of kids running riot, squeezing past people…

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