Happy Birthday: Global Brunch is Celebrating & You’re Invited Travel

Global Brunch is celebrating its second birthday! Two years ago, in spring 2015 I founded Global Brunch as an outlet to write about travel and culture. At the time I was producing and presenting my own local radio show in Leeds called Global Brunch. The idea behind the radio show was to introduce a new country to my listeners every week. So every Sunday I...

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Snowmobiles, Campfires & Ice Fishing: Celebrating Easter in the Arctic Finland

Easter in Germany means different things to different people. The weather is mostly unpredictable. For all you know you could be doing your Easter egg hunt outdoors wearing shorts and a t-shirt or you might find yourself eating Easter dinner while watching a hail storm blowing outside. The Easter traditions vary depending on region, faith and even the people you’re celebrating with, but one thing...

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Kayaking Around The World: North America North America

Kayaking is an exciting and active way to explore your surroundings where ever you are in the world. You get the chance to see a destination from a completely different perspective. Kayaking can be done in almost any country in the world – which got me thinking. Where in the world are the best and most jaw-dropping spots to go kayaking? I’ve asked travel writers...

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Toronto Islands: The Most Instagrammable Spots Canada

The Toronto Islands have truly blown me away. As soon as you step foot on the islands you feel like entering another world. The islands are the largest urban car-free community in North America and are well worth a day trip! Here are some of the most picturesque and instagramable spots on the Toronto Islands. The Ferry Ride The ferry ride is not just a...

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Hiking Kotor Bay: Wild Beauty & Unexpected Encounters Montenegro

This stunning view of Kotor Bay from an abandoned village in the hills was only just the beginning of one of the most scenic hikes I’ve ever done. I went on a 10km guided hike through the country’s wild beauty. Hiking Kotor Bay was the ideal way to spend my last day in Montenegro.   The Story Of The Chestnut Trees The abandoned village of Upper...

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Winter driving: How to avoid crashing your rental car Travel

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of winter and while the views of a winter wonderland are enchanting, driving in winter conditions can be tricky. Drivers often face slippery roads, limited visibility, darkness and extreme cold but there are a few things you can do to stay save. During my time in Lapland this winter I have learned a lot about driving in...

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The best things to do & see in Kotor Montenegro

Kotor is a medieval town located on the Adriatic coastline of Montenegro. Kotor is not only a UNESCO World Heritage site, but was also featured in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016. But it doesn’t stop there. The town is surrounded by picturesque mountains in the idyllic Kotor Bay area, named one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It’s easy to see why...

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Everything you need to know about visiting the Arctic during Polar Night Travel

Can you imagine 52 days without sun? Neither could I! But after spending a few weeks in Finnish Lapland during polar night, I know it’s nothing like the vision I had in mind.  I’ve put together a handy little guide providing you with everything you need to know about the polar night to inspire you to visit the Arctic and experience this unique natural phenomenon....

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The Ultimate German Bucket List Germany

When people think of Germany; Oktoberfest, beer and sausages often come to mind, but Germany has so much more to offer. It is a country where you can find spectacular mountain ranges, rugged coastlines, large pine tree forests and widen open fields. The landscape in Germany is as varied as the local cuisine, history and culture. But fear not, travel bloggers from Germany and around...

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