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About

Welcome to The Travelbunny, a travel blog for the over 45s who love authentic travel, culinary encounters and adventure.

I share in-depth features covering cool destinations and memorable experiences with travel guides, itineraries and practical advice to help you plan your perfect trip.

Whether you’re planning a city break to Copenhagen, a Colorado Road Trip or adventures in the UK I’m here to help you create your next amazing travel experience.

Read more about me or dive straight into destinations and start planning your next adventure.

 

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Latest  Posts…

Discovering Dubai

Discovering Dubai

Dubai is an extraordinary place; home of skyscrapers, deserts and the world's tallest building. But there’s another side to Dubai and amid the skyscrapers I found a city with an authentic Emirati culture, a rich heritage and a fascinating food scene.
The Travelbunny: February 2015

The Travelbunny: February 2015

February round-up - what's been going on in the world of Travelbunny in February 2015. Travel posts about Vietnam, a trip to Dubai, a celebrity cook-off and #TwitterBookChat is back...
Vietnam – Food, Flavour and Phở

Vietnam – Food, Flavour and Phở

Vietnamese cuisine with its refreshing flavours, citrus hits and use of distinctive herbs and warm spices is one that'll shake up your taste-buds. So pull up a little plastic chair and grab your chopsticks...
Things to do in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Things to do in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Mui Ne, a small fishing town with a long sandy beach, is the kite-surfing hub of SE Asia as well as having lots of sightseeing opportunities. Check out my guide on what's to see in Mui Ne.
Saigon – Scooters and Sightseeing

Saigon – Scooters and Sightseeing

Saigon sightseeing tips. What you should see in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam if you only have 48 hours in this frenetic city. The best bar, a river-boat cruise and how to deal with THAT traffic...
Hong Kong Cooking Class at School of Wok

Hong Kong Cooking Class at School of Wok

An evening at School of Wok learning the art of Hong Kong cuisine with chef Jeremy Pang. Chinese dumplings, chicken clay pot and Hong Kong noodles were all on the menu with a large measure of fun.