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As a long-term resident of Bath, I have spent my time discovering the best spots for coffee and also the best coffee shops to actually get work done in. In my round-up of the best cafes in Bath to work from, you will find my top spots for a cup of coffee where you can actually get some work done!Whether you are a student, a freelancer or a digital nomad then you will be sure to find a spot for you!

2017 has been a pretty crazy year in terms of travel and blogging. This year, my blog started to pick up, my Instagram hit 100k followers (woohoo!) and I went on my first press trip. Although not quite as catchy as my 2016 (21 countries in my 21st year), 2017 was definitely more epic and probably also more stressful!Here goes a round up of a crazy year...

London is truly an Instagrammer's dream destination - instagrammable cafés, insta-worthy facades and colourful houses decorate the feeds of London-based influencers and travel bloggers visiting the British capital.Rain or shine (and, let's face it, it's usually raining), the city can inspire any photographer. Here are some of the most instagrammable places in London for getting that shot for the 'gram!

What do you think of when you think of the city of Bath? Most people think of the Roman baths, beautiful Pulteney bridge and the Royal Crescent. Many people would think of Jane Austen and the Georgian architecture of the city. However, there is much more to Bath that this - after five years of living in the city I feel I can say that, with 100% certainty, there is something in Bath for everyone! If you are looking for the less 'run of the mill' activities and instead the more unusual things to do in Bath, then look no further. From brewery tours to stand-up paddleboarding on the River Avon, you are sure to find something to enjoy!

A visit to the Cotswolds feels like travelling back in time - quaint villages with thatched cottages will capture your heart and countryside pubs will make you want to just move in straight away. After a road trip there earlier this month, I have compiled a list of the best Cotswolds villages you must visit!The Cotswolds is wonderfully picturesque and this list could easily go on forever, but I have chosen my absolute favourites. You could easily spend two weeks or more visiting one beautiful village after another, but for a perfect few days in the region, these are my top recommendations. Here are the prettiest Cotswolds villages that you can't miss:

Before I went to Leeds, I was asked what I knew about the city already and what my expectations were. I'm pretty sure the Yorkshire Evening Post didn't want to hear "it's somewhere in Yorkshire and they talk funny?" but that was pretty much my main knowledge of the city. Yes, Leeds is in Yorkshire (specifically the West Riding of Yorkshire) and still to my southern ears they speak pretty darn differently (as stereotypes go, us southerners are known for taking the mick out of those from the north) but now I am already planning a return to photograph more of the most instagrammable places in Leeds!While best known for its role in the Industrial Revolution, Leeds has much more than industrial buildings to show for itself - from craft coffee to amazing cocktails and from spectacular architecture to amazing market halls, Leeds really does have something for everyone. I have rounded up my top recommendations for instagrammable spots in Leeds, including bars, restaurants and shopping malls!

One of my favourite cities in the UK (and one that I lived in for around five years) is the wonderful city of Bath. I have always been a city girl at heart and the thing I love about Bath is that it's all so walkable - when you are looking for a luxury hotel in Bath you want something that's easy access to the best attractions as well as peaceful at night. No 15 Great Pulteney is a wonderful boutique hotel in Bath located on the picturesque Great Pulteney Street.