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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

25 August 2020

5 Things to do in Historic Morvan, France

Morvan in Burgundy’s Nièvre departement is an historic region of forested hills and valleys, dotted with lakes and criss-crossed by tracks where you can follow in […]
25 August 2020

Geneva offers money
to tourists visiting the city

Geneva Tourism has launched and initiative whereby travelers may receive money to visit the city. Visitors receive a Geneva Gift Card of 100CHF (approximately $USD 111) […]
24 August 2020

Cooperative in Belgian village
makes trail for Green Tourism

An innovative social cooperative is flying the flag for sustainability – from a tiny village in the Belgian Ardennes. Projet Now – New Walloon Opportunities – […]
21 August 2020

24 hours in Stockholm

I get asked very often ‘What shall I see when I come to Stockholm?’ ‘What are the most important sights, cafes, bars in the city?’. This […]
18 August 2020

A two-day hike in the Armenian Caucasus

Armenia is not a very popular destination amongst travelers. The country is locked in between giants like Iran, Georgia and Turkey, which makes it difficult just […]
18 August 2020

Living 4 seasons in the
4 corners of the world

When it comes to traveling, in a time of pandemic it takes courage to start a micro-company. But there are those who take risks. Natalie Lopes […]
14 August 2020

Diving in Bermuda:
Shipwrecks and coral reefs

With its colorful coral reefs, differentiated marine life, underwater caves and grottos, and hundreds of shipwrecks, Bermuda is the perfect place to dive in the ocean […]
13 August 2020

Unexpected Treasures:
Văcărești Nature Park, Bucharest

Former Eastern bloc countries have been attracting visitors since the fall of the former Soviet Union. Cities like Prague and Budapest have long been on the […]
13 August 2020

10 guaranteed ways
to enjoy Valencia

This year’s is an atypical summer. We have had to add an extra garment to our wardrobe and are getting used to travelling in a different […]
7 August 2020

Discover Brussels by bike
on this two-day micro adventure

Until not so long ago, you would not have thought of Brussels as a bike-friendly city. And even if the Belgian capital still has a long […]
4 August 2020

A two-day donkey-hike
in the French Alps

The French Alps are mostly known for their excellent ski facilities, yet they have so much more to offer than just winter sports. Adventurers will certainly […]
3 August 2020

The Orient Express – It’s Belgian!

The Orient Express is undeniably the train that has most marked the history of traveling. A crazy project initiated at the end of the 19th century […]
3 August 2020

Unexpected Treasures Around the World: Queen of the Desert

In this series we’re looking at some of the world’s best destinations in unexpected locations. This week, it’s the turn of Amargosa Opera House, Death Valley […]
31 July 2020

Discovering Kos during
the post-Covid era

Sad but true, overall in the world summer 2020 is being labelled as ‘very difficult’. Since Italy (my country), experienced a high number of deaths due […]
30 July 2020

On the footsteps of James Bond:
Road trip adventures in Portugal

The movie 007 – On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, debuted in London in 1969. Although it was not acclaimed by critics, we can see in it […]
27 July 2020

The colors of Uzbekistan:
Exploring the secrets of Khiva

For a period of my life, back when my voice was high-pitched and I cared about nothing except hard-rock music and whether girls were glancing at […]
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