Posted at 20:35h
The healing powers of hot springs and thermal baths have been used for thousands of years. From the Romans and Egyptians to modern day European bathhouses and Japanese Onsen, cultures from all around the world agree: hot baths are bliss. And after our first visit to Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, which is a short drive south of Reykjavik (pictured above), we totally agree. Not content with just one, we’ve made our own bucket list of bathing spots around the world, and hope it brings inspiration to those of you with a soft-spot for a good soak.
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Posted at 01:22h
Noosa is an exquisite slice of coastal bliss and one of my favourite weekend getaways. And beyond the region’s natural wonders, Noosa has a flourishing health scene of cafes and food stores, outdoor activities and wellness retreats. Far from ‘letting yourself go’, Noosa is the perfect place to re-energise and embrace healthy travel. So here’s your Healthy Travel Guide to Noosa and everything you need to know to have a fabulously healthy holiday.
Posted at 04:24h
If you’re worried about gaining weight like a baby blue whale on your next holiday, listen up! I start to feel bloated and sluggish just thinking about poolside cocktails and five-star hotel buffet breakfast pastries. Really, who wants to spend their holiday feeling ‘blah’ and needing a serious detox, or new wardrobe, every time you get home? Not me, and hopefully not you either. So here’s how to avoid holiday weight gain (and by weight, I mean body fat), while still having a great time.
in Stay Healthy
The dilemma of street food in a foreign city. On the one hand, it’s probably the most authentic way to experience a new culture. And on the other hand, the fear of puking on your own poop is very real for anyone who's been bitten by the actual travel bug before. Let me show you how to eat street food without getting sick, because it can be done.
Posted at 01:48h
Eating healthy in Paris can be a challenge if you’re not big on research and are easily tempted by a cabinet full of chocolate éclairs or a neighbouring diner’s plate of soft cheeses. But, for all it’s indulgent stereotype, modern Parisian cuisine outside the tourist traps actually has a lot to offer in the way of delicious, healthy eating.
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Posted at 01:31h
Staring at the ceiling of a hotel room at 2 a.m. in the morning is my least favourite way to start a holiday. And to think there was a time that I didn’t believe jet lag was a real thing… How naive! But if it’s ever hit you, you’ve probably been left in the dark wondering, what is jet lag and when will this nightmare end?!?
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