Brighton: Through Rexy’s Eyes
Jun29

Brighton: Through Rexy’s Eyes

As the train roared back into Brighton station from my 9-5 job, there was nothing better than to walk through the snazzy streets of the city with its colour and smells attacking my senses to wake me up from the monotony of staring at computer screen all day. In the warm dusk glow, I would stroll around to somewhere randomly in the hope of starting up my evening before returning home. Whether it was to North Laines, the sea front, the...

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Ten Places in Brighton You Must Absolutely See
Jun28

Ten Places in Brighton You Must Absolutely See

I’ve lived in Brighton for four months and I do believe that the city is one of the best places for tourists to visit and locals to explore their hometown. I’ve really enjoyed my time here and I loved showing my visitors around much to their surprise how much they experienced this coastal English resort place. Now, that I have left the city and moved back up north, I think it’s high time to show you what I believe...

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Piers and Queers Tour of Brighton
Jun28

Piers and Queers Tour of Brighton

‘Ah, dear Brighton. Piers, queers and racketeers,’ Ric simply uttered the immortal line from Noel Coward who took this keen observation of this southern English coastal city. Ric was our tour guide for the ‘Piers and Queers Tour,’ in which we would sightsee Brighton from a lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer perspective whilst learning what happened in this colourful city over the last 200 years along the pebbly...

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#RexyInBelgium
Jun20

#RexyInBelgium

You’re probably thinking that I’ve only just got back from Luxembourg and Italy! As you can see I will be going to Belgium (#RexyInBelgium), another Low Country of Europe (there are three – Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg). I’m pretty excited about this country as I haven’t exactly explored it in great detail since I was the ickle age of 12 when I went on a school trip to visit the Flanders Fields, a...

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Review: The Cumberland Hotel, London
Jun19

Review: The Cumberland Hotel, London

The letters spelling out ‘The Cumberland Hotel‘ stood in stark contrast in the deep blue sky with only a few wisps of a cloud to hang over London. Shouldering my backpack in front of the Marble Arch monument and ultimately the Underground Station stop on the Central Line. If you came out of the tube station, you would only need to turn right and voila here you are! I won a one night free stay in this classy London hotel...

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#RexyInLux
Jun13

#RexyInLux

Hello Everyone! Between Friday 13th June and Sunday 15th June, I’ll be in the sixth smallest country in the world…Luxembourg. I’m working in partnership with the Luxembourg Tourism Board to promote ‘budget travel’ in what is reputed to be the most expensive place in Europe thanks to the legions of investment banking and tax-free havens. You’d think backpackers and budget travellers wouldn’t...

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Who’s THAT Travel Blogger?! – Amar of GapYear Escape
Jun11

Who’s THAT Travel Blogger?! – Amar of GapYear Escape

Before I went on my RTW travels, I could be often found stalking other travel blogs but what really interested me was the travel blogger behind the witticisms of their writing. Who are they? Are they real? Are they fit? So hence, for a long time coming, I wanted to do some travel blogging interviews and crack them open for their rawness inspiration of travel inside. Think Michael Parkinson.   When I recently attended a London...

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#HelloBasilicata
Jun05

#HelloBasilicata

Between Saturday 7th June and Tuesday 10th June, I’ll be joined by four other amazing Travel Bloggers to undertake a tour of the beautiful and stunning region of Basilicata in Southern Italy. Basically, we are saying #HelloBasilicata! They are This Battered Suitcase, Backpacks and Bunkbeds, Fly Away American and Pack Your Passport. We will be checking out the many aspects of Basilicata including staying in luxury caves hotels...

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The Royal Parks of London
Jun03

The Royal Parks of London

One of the best ways of getting to know the UK’s capital is to discover the Royal Parks of London. Driving between them, you will build up some knowledge of London’s major roads and be able to do some sightseeing at the same time. Before driving on the capital’s streets, make sure that your tyres are legal by getting them checked by a dealership like Point S. Also, ensure that you are ready to pay the congestion charge, which is easy...

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What to Expect from a Trip to Spain’s Basque Country
Jun02

What to Expect from a Trip to Spain’s Basque Country

Summer is coming. In Spain, this purports to intense heat, elevated prices and swarms of sun cream-smothered and camera-wielding tourists. At least it does in the south, anyway. The great, green and breezy north, on the other hand, provides something of an escape route for those looking to enjoy a completely different side of Spain and not wanting to die a slow and searing death. The Asturias region, for instance, beholds acres of...

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