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England Europe London Travel Guide

Barbican Conservatory: Green escapes in Central London

London is full of hidden gyms.and secret locations. Despite spending years working around the corner. Even when I found out about it, I couldn’t get tickets. I did eventually get tickets for the Barbican Conservatory when they hosted an art show using lights in the gardens. Unfortunately for this to take full effect, it meant […]

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Having a cable and card reader built-in has been really handy on a number of shoots. Most recently I was at the Barbican Conservatory taking photos. I stopped for a break halfway through and was able to immediately transfer the photos to my phone and check them out. It has also come in really handy during studio days. At one point I thought my SD card was corrupted, so I switched to another one and used the Createmate to check my photos were ok and start backing them up. The screen on my Sony A6000 isn't the best for checking my photos, so it is really handy being able to quickly view them in detail. It’s also really quick too, boasting speeds of 312MB/s. An issue I have had with other USB readers is my tablet failing to register when it's plugged in, but so far it has picked up the PGYTech Createmate everytime without fail.
PGYTech Travel Gear Reviews

Createmate Review

Createmate: Our Verdict Createmate Star Rating Pros Cons Technical Details Main Materials Aluminum-alloy, ABS, Silica gel Dimensions 115 x 60 x 25mm Weight 157g Data Transfer Speeds 312MB/s Available colours Moss Green / Black Where to buy The link below will take you to Amazon where you can purchase your own Createmate and other great […]

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Flower Dome Singapore Travel Guide
Singapore Travel Guide

Flower Dome: Where nature blooms in Singapore

Boasting the record for being the world’s largest greenhouse, the Flower Dome towers over the Gardens by the Bay. At 1.2 hectares, it’s the perfect place to visit year-round. Regardless of the weather outside, you can explore comfortably as you walk amongst the vouchers. My friend had been in Singapore a few weeks before I […]

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Singapore OCBC Skyway in the Gardens by the Bay Botanical Gardens
Singapore Travel Guide

OCBC Skyway: Elevated Adventure and Panoramic Views

The sun was starting to set when I arrived at the queue for the Skywalk. After the heat of the day it was a relief. It had been a humid day, so I had sweated through my second t-shirt of the day, having only changed an hour before after a can exploded all over me. The […]

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Gardens by the Bay Light Show in Singapore
Singapore Travel Guide

Garden Rhapsody: A Symphony of Lights

The Garden Rhapsody was something I was really excited for during my time in Singapore. Although to be fair there isn’t a lot I wasn’t excited to explore. Initially I didn’t think I would make the show. I had been up til 2am the night before trying to book tickets, and couldn’t see any that […]

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Skogafoss waterfall Golden Circle Travel Guide
Iceland The Golden Circle Travel Guide

Skogafoss in Focus: Chasing Falls in Iceland

We arrived at Skogafoss in our tour bus from Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabuifoss. We had enjoyed great weather so far, but by the time we arrived the winds were starting to pick up. Nestled in the heart of Iceland’s awe-inspiring landscapes, Skogafoss stands as a testament to the country’s natural beauty. As I embarked on my […]

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Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch in Melbourne Travel Guide
Australia Melbourne Travel Guide

The Great Ocean Road: Australia’s epic road trip

I wanted to end my time in Melbourne with a bang, so I decided to save the best for last and book myself on a tour of the Great Ocean Road. Below I left for Australia, a friend kindly made a list of recommendations for me. One of the things she said I cannot miss […]

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Iceland Travel Guide Travel News

Iceland’s Tourist Tax: What You Need to Know

In its continuing efforts to sustain its pristine landscapes and unique heritage, Iceland has recently made the move to implement a tourist tax. This has come as a response to the increasing influx of visitors attempting to visit the country. The sheer number of visitors is putting pressure on the natural wonders, so the tax […]

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A train station for a guest post on Brads Backpack on european train travel by Lizet from A Wanderfood Life
Europe Guest Posts

A European train travel adventure

Europe is the perfect continent for train travel. Most countries have an extensive rail network and are well-connected with their surrounding countries. Travelling cross-country is easy, with the possibility to buy cross-country tickets at once. I did my first big cross-country train travel trip through Europe, and I can’t recommend it enough. The changing scenes, […]

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ZIp world the tower in Brecon Beacons Wales for travel blog
Brecon Beacons Travel Guide Wales

Zip World Tower – the fastest seated zip line

The Arrival As soon as I learned about Zip World I knew I had to visit here. I love adventure activities, and what better way of seeing some amazing views than zipline across them. When I visited South Wales Zip World had just opened their latest location, Zip World Tower. This is based just outside […]

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