Articles by: Laura Cartwright

Laura was born and raised in Newcastle and currently resides in London. If she’s not in UK, she’s typically off on an adventure such as trekking in the Atacama Desert, soul-searching in the jungles of Honduras, exploring ancient ruins, taking elephants on walks or warding off monkeys in Southeast Asia. When she’s not writing about her own travels or working on client's trips, you will find her planning her next escapade to some undiscovered and off-the-beaten-path destination. Laura caught the travel bug early on in life and is a firm believer that life should not be lived in one place and has been jumping from place to place with no plans of slowing down.

Turks and Caicos for Babymoons

The babymoon is the craze of the moment and it’s easy to understand why. For those who do not know, a babymoon is the growing trend of making one last ...

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Buenos Aires one, two, ten, ...

Buenos Aires is like I imagined it. Charming, captivating, sensual. A city that you never get bored of seeing: one, two, ten, a hundred times. It was the beginning and ...

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The natural equilibrium of Iguazu ...

The Iguazu Falls between Argentina and Brazil are named after the Iguazu River, which in the Guaraní language, the native population, is referred to as “agua grande”  for the width ...

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Uruguay: I couldn’t believe how ...

Uruguay is home to some enchanting beaches and, for those traveling in South America and looking for sun, sand and surf, it is the perfect place to spend few weeks ...

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Aruba: unexpected surprise

If someone told me I was going to Aruba, I would not have believed him. Do not get me wrong, I travel often and I’m going to explore every part ...

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From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem ...

Israel, so close, yet so far. It can be reached in just three hours of flight, but you enter inside a completely different world, this is guaranteed. A world made ...

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Here why you won’t never ...

Some time ago a friend told me about San Francisco. He told me how, despite living for more than a month, he could not get away from the city. He ...

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A quick getaway in Seoul

I’ve flown to Asia from London at least a dozen times in the past ten years, which usually results in a long, boring layover at South Korea’s Incheon International Airport. ...

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The Romanian summer in Constanta

Stretching from the UNESCO-protected Danube Delta (in the north) all the way down to the Bulgarian border, Romania’s 194 km Black Sea coastline has something for everyone. Starting from Constanta, ...

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Discovering the Maldives like a ...

We won’t fault you if you can only dream up scenes of sunbathing, overwater bungalows, and fancy cocktails when you think of the Maldives. It’s practically impossible to hear or ...

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