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The very best travel guides and travel photography by professional photographer Joseph Eta, including the personal stories behind the travel photographs.

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The Foodie

The ‘The Foodie’ is part of a three-part London travel guide that is based on three different tourist personalities. The other two parts are The Spender’! and YOLO (you only live once)!

London’s bustling food scene is to be celebrated in every corner in the capital. Whether you want to scour farmer’s markets for local produce, or seek out the most divine afternoon tea in town, London has it all!

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Lake District – The Best Autumn Holiday Destination In The UK

If thoughts of Great Britain conjure up romantic images of cosy cottages with roaring fires, country walks with Hunter ‘wellies’, and pub lunches with friendly locals, then a visit to The Lake District won’t be wasted on you!

“Discover, Explore, Inspire” is the strapline used by the local tourist board, which perfectly sums up a visit to this much treasured destination in England’s North West.

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Experience The South Bank Like A Londoner

There’s a north-south divide in London. This friendly sibling rivalry will separate locals in a way that only politics can! For the record, I’m firmly in camp North since it’s where I live and work. Yet, there’s a part of me that could ‘turn’ and it’s all thanks to the South Bank.

With al fresco dining, food markets to forage and a slower pace of life, this glorious stretch of riverside feels positively European.

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20 Photos that Perfectly Describe Portobello Road Market

A trader with multi colored dredlocks at the London portobello road market

A woman playing reggae songs on her ukulele, tourists buying artisan bread, a market trader selling bags as vibrant as the colour of her dreadlocks, and a Dad giving his son a piggyback through the streets. These are just some of the characters you’ll find when you take a trip to Portobello Road market.

London is often described as a melting pot of people, and there’s no greater place where these worlds collide than Portobello Road market.

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