Best Hotels in Fez

Fez remains an enchanting Moroccan city that easily captures hearts due to its mesmerising medina and rich culture. A visit to Fez can include impressive cooking workshops, tours around the medina or simply relishing in tagines, hearty salads and chebakia. It also makes an ideal base for those embarking on scenic day trips to Volubilis, Atlas Mountains and Walila.

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The Lust Series - Unrobe

We discovered sustainable fashion brand Unrobe, whilst visiting Amsterdam in April 2018. We were fortunate enough to spot them at their pop up on. It was the window depicting the transparent costs of an average garment to be made sold and distributed versus their own concept. The cross comparison highlighted that it wasn't only cheaper to purchase items from their own brand but fairer labour.

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The Lust Series - 3 Water Bottles that Help the Planet

Today is World Water Day. This year’s theme is Nature for Water, which is very timely given the fact that we have seen some of the worst water related natural disasters in quite some time. This has left communities without access to basic water. An estimated 1.8 billion people use an unimproved source of drinking water with no protection against contamination from human faeces.  

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Best Hotels in Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca is a breathtaking island located in the Balearic islands of Spain. The island continues to offer wonderful Mediterranean experiences that boast rustic retreats, hiking trails, luxury resorts and more. Palma de Mallorca, has seen a rise in boutique and luxury stays in the last few years, and this teamed with traditional artisan places, Michelin star eateries and contemporary museums, makes for a melting pot of a city. 

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Why you need to visit Egypt, the Red Sea and Jordan

For embarking on a journey through time and for unravelling the fascination of the land of Pharaohs and lost kings, all you need to do is consider discovering Egypt, the Red Sea and Jordan next winter. The highlights of a trip that will unveil the magnificence of these close by destinations are Cairo, Luxor, the Red Sea islands and resort areas, as well as Aqaba, Petra and Wadi Rum. 

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72hrs in Mexico City

When you first set foot on the streets of Mexico City, you’re greeted with a new world of sensory experiences. The man selling gas is competing with the tamales vendor on how loud they can yell to attract customers. The locals are lining up to grab a few tacos al pastor from a street food stall that is surrounded by a vivid aroma of slow-cooked meat. The sounds of cars honking are mixed with a constant hustle and bustle coming from the street. You get a feeling that you’ve arrived to one of the most busy and exciting cities in the world.

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Celebrating women and culture

Happy International Women's Day! We thought we'd celebrate some of the inspirational women that we have had the pleasure of meeting whilst embarking on our Travel & Lust journey. This year's theme is #PressforProgress, encouraging women to unite, influence and support in the name of gender parity. We have got to know some inspirational women that have done just that and are setting a new standard when it comes to women at work and following your passion. Prepare to be inspired.

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Españolita Trips - The Mediterranean Retreat

The personal experience is something that remains a consistent talking point when referring to travel. Airbnb launched their 'Experiences' offering last year and it has been a huge success with more and more travellers want to connect to the place they are visiting. When we discovered Españolita Trips we were immediately drawn to Founder Carmen Ruiz's strong focus on wanting to share her Mallorca with others.

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1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair - Marrakech

After successful runs in London since 2013 and Brooklyn in 2015, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, will launch its first edition in Marrakech this weekend. The leading international art fair prides itself on promoting contemporary art that goes beyond the usual notion of Africa. It instead, references broader African perspective, thus contributing and reflecting a diverse Africa.

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Ten Romantic Hotel Stays Worldwide

Charming country houses with freestanding bathtubs. Picturesque views from idyllic and palatial stay up on high. Opulent hotels with all the amenities two can fathom. Personalised service and indulgent dining experiences. Sometimes you just need to escape. There is something about exploring a new place, or simply allowing yourself to be still, whilst you're with your significant other.

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"Inspiration"Charleen Parkes
Two Greek Destinations for Spring Break

Greece is a place that has the benefit of a very long season due to its fantastic Mediterranean climate. You can almost feel the Summer brewing as early as Spring that acts like a precursor, paving the way for typically warm temperatures and endless sunbathing sessions. In some respects, Spring is perhaps a better time to visit Greece as it usually is associated with better rates, less crowds and since temperatures are not that high, you can spend time doing much more than just lying on the beach. 

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The Lust Series - I&You Ceramics

With the food game still making its mark on social media, it's no surprise that styling is becoming more and more important. How you actually plate your food isn't just for those in the restaurant industry, even the everyday foodie that perhaps hosts a gathering wants a little something special to serve their culinary dishes on. Take for example popular lifestyle bloggers such as Alison Wu and Lee From America, who often snap their colourful fruit bowls or match latte´s in beautifully designed ceramic plates and mugs made from local artisans.

 

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Postcards from Paros island

Paros in Greece is among the most popular islands in the Cyclades that is postcard-worthy and heavenly substantial, to say the least. Some of the oldest European civilizations have been embraced in this part of the world, bridging culture and history bringing with it food, music and architecture. Paros has dozens of crystalline beaches awarded the blue flag under the Blue Flags of Europe Program, providing visitors with the options for not only for swimming, but also water sports activities. Although the locals consider the mainland peninsula to be the 'real Greece'.

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GreeceJeremy J.Paros