When you’re about to embark on a long haul flight (I’m writing this, one eye on the clock, as I get ready to head to the airport to board a 11+ hour flight to Los Angeles) you need to think carefully about what you want to keep you entertained and comfortable on the journey.

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When life in the Capital – the crowds, the smog, the exorbitant price tags – becomes a little overwhelming a bit of sea air and the feel of sand between your toes can do the world of good. Camber Sands, one of England’s vastest beaches, is less than a two hour journey from London and is the perfect place to press pause on a hectic lifestyle and soak up the soul-soothing goodness offered by Coastal Living.

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Booked on a bit of a whim because the flights were cheap, I knew I’d have a good time. What I did not expect was to fall so whole-heartedly in love with the city. In the four nights that I spent there I felt truly at home; I remember cycling down Andrassy Boulevard thinking “I could live here.”

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Just a two and a half hour train ride away, Paris is in much closer reach than it may seem. The Eurostar from King’s Cross St. Pancras is a quick, easy – and cheap if you book at the right time! – way to travel underneath the channel and into the City of Love. Taking a train has major perks; no luggage weight limits and no liquid restrictions, so feel free to bring a bottle of bubbly for the journey or buy as much Chanel No. 5 on the Champs-Élysées as your heart desires.

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Sometimes life in London becomes a little too much to bare; there is only so many armpit-to-face scenarios that one can take before feeling the need to flee to the countryside. But a woodland escape need not to be a far-flung, far-fetched plan, there are plenty of glorious outdoorsy adventures to be had right on the Capital’s doorstep. 

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