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About Us

Who are Team Nomad? Click here to meet Becky and Steve…

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Far Away Places

Far Away Places

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Backpacking

Backpacking

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City Breaks

City Breaks

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UK Activities

UK Activities

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What to see this April in Europe

You might say “shut up, we’re still well into the winter” – but you would be surprised how fast spring can come! The leaves will start turning green and the flowers to bloom in no time! Springtime is almost upon us, so this is the perfect time to plan your off-season trips to some of […]

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Essential ‘Life Admin’ For Travelling

Travelling for a month or longer at a time can be a great break from normal life, and also a way to see more of the world for less than the cost of lots of individual trips. For those of us able to take off and leave jobs or apartments for periods of time, travelling […]

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Weird and Wonderful New Zealand Attractions

Isolated off the south east coast of Australia with just the expansive Pacific Ocean to the east and only Antarctica to the south, New Zealand is often thought of as being at the tip of the earth. Given that it only has a population of around 4.5 million as well, it’s no surprise the country […]

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5 Beaches in Europe That Both Kids & Adults Love

Europe is the world’s most culturally diverse continent, and has approximately 50 countries, hundreds of towns and cities, stunning nature, awe-inspiring vistas and of course, incredible beaches.

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Our Best and Worst Bits of Iceland

Steve and I like to check out holiday destinations that seem to be a little bit different to the holiday choices of our nearest and dearest. Our plan for our year-long trip starting September is still under discussion, but we wanted to get our blog going so thought we’d  blog about a couple of places […]

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Time to Book the Summer Holiday – but do you Fly or take the Ferry?

The summer holiday is a greatly anticipated time of year for parents and children alike. Gone is the hassle of waking up early to usher children into uniforms, double checking schoolbags, and making sure everyone has their lunch. It means sleeping in a bit more, if you’re lucky, and if not, then knowing that a […]

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Things to Consider When Choosing a Cottage Holiday

Getting away from it all for a few days, a week or longer can give you a much needed opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the finer things in life. However, there’s a knack to planning the perfect trip. For example, if you intend to stay in a holiday cottage, you’ll need to find one […]

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