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I wish that i could explore all of these awesome places in my life.

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There’s so much to see around the world, isn’t there! 🙂

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Wow, that’s a long list! I can’t imagine all the things you two would have experienced and the memories you made! Hopefully, one day I will be able to look at my own long list of countries.

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Hey Grace – ahhhh, thanks so much. It is quite long isn’t it. We really have so many amazing memories, in truth, that’s why we started our blog 🙂

Oh your list will grow over the years, I’m sure! ✈️

Lloyd & Yaya xx

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I am unable to see anything in either Firefox or Chrome… this is what I get.. 🙁

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Thanks for letting us know Kaz. All sorted now. 😃

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Thanks for sorting it so quickly 🙂

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Great Stuff Shared, Intresting to know..

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Thanks so much.

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Awesome articles: hope you can visit Mozambique soon. Mabeco Tours.com

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Thanks so much 🙂

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So what’s left? Is there anywhere you haven’t been or any place you MUST return to? This is a seriously impressive list of destinations.

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We have so much more we want to see, especially South America, Africa and lots of Canada. We can’t wait.

We always love returning to Italy… but Bali is very special 🙂

Lloyd & Yaya xx

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This is an awesome list! I hope to grow our list like this someday. Love reading your posts. You are an inspiration.

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Ah, thank you so much for your kind words. Can’t wait to hear all the places you’re heading too.

Lloyd & Yaya 😊

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Hey guys, I watched your video about “14 things to see and do in Geneva” which was really cool! I now have an idea of what to do now when I’ll get there this week. I have moved from Paris (hometown) to London last year and heard that plane tickets from London were cheap. Do you have any tips/favorite to buy plane tickets? I’d like to visit the rest of the UK but I heard that the rail network was super expensive. Any advices again? Thanks and cheers for the awesome articles/ videos. Caroline

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Hey Caroline… ahhhh, you’re going to love the UK!

Okay, flights are relatively cheap from London, especially leaving from Stansted Airport. Rail travel can be much cheaper if you book well in advance (about 2-3 months) and travel and off-peak times. You can also buy a RailCard that will give you 1/3 off your fares (you can get one if you’re under 25, a full time student, a family or a couple travelling together) this will give you discount off off-peak travel and lasts one year. You can pick this up at any National Rail Station.

Hope this helps,
Lloyd & Yaya xx

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Hey guys, thanks a lot for the tips! I’m just back from Geneva but couldn’t do all the things you’ve done in the video 🙂 I’ll follow you on facebook!

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Ah! No problem at all… we hope you loved Geneva – it’s amazing isn’t it xx

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Hey guys, visiting UK Dec/Jan, yeah I know it’ll be freezing hahaha (Originally from UK now living NZ) but would love to visit Rome and Paris whilst there with our daughter who hasn’t been to Europe yet. Any recommendations would be awesome, places to stay, 3 day trip etc… best way to travel there, sights to see, hotels cheap accomm, what cash to take, ya know all the simple stuff. Cheers guys Jan, hubster and daughter who is 15

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Hey Jan! Great to hear from you! You’re going to have an amazing time! Okay, so most of Europe can be done on short 3-day trips. Places like Barcelona, Paris, Rome, Florence are the obvious amazing places to see. You’ve also go places like Budapest (Hungary), Croatia and Lisbon which are all stunning and amazing places to visit.

Cash wise, you can just use your bank card and take money out at the destination itself. Hotels, it’s probably dependent on budget and the city.. some places like Paris will be significantly more expensive than, say, Budapest.

For flights, grab a Ryanair flight Easy jet or Norwegian Air for much cheaper tickets (even cheaper if you just take hand luggage)

Hope that helps,
Lloyd & Yaya 🤗

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