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Author Hazel Manuel’s top tips for effective travel journalling

Here are Hazel’s top 3 tips for keeping a travel journal, based on her advice from our Facebook Live travel chat.

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Facebook Live chat #6: Travel and perimenopause

For our sixth Facebook Live chat, travel blogger and hypnotherapist Alice Nettlingham joined us to help guide us through the ups and downs of travelling during and after the menopause.

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Facebook Live chat #4: What it’s like to run 30 marathons in 30 countries – by the age of 30

Super ambitious – but definitely not competitive – marathon runner Liz Warner joined us to tell us about her campaign to run 30 marathons in 30 countries before she turns 30.

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Facebook Live chat #3: An empty-nester’s tales of South America

Empty nester, yoga teacher and Thelma & Louise Club member Susie O’Kelly joined us to tell us about her ‘now or never’ travels in Argentina and Chile.

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Facebook Live chat #2: How solo travel helped prepare us for lockdown

For our second Facebook Live chat, travel writer, columnist and expert solo traveller Kate Wills joined us to explore how our solo travelling experiences have inadvertently helped prepare us for life in lockdown.

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Facebook Live chat #1: How our lives in travel have changed since coronavirus

Sailing, hanami and the women haunting the streets of London: just some of the topics we covered in the first Thelma & Louise Facebook Live travel chat!

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Captain Holly’s scariest encounter on the seas…

This is an excerpt from Captain Holly’s interview about her sailing life.

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Travel and friendship stand together

Let's come together to lift our spirits and keep the travel dream going. Armchair travel is alive and kicking!