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At Get Jaunty, lifestyle covers everything from hotel reviews, blogging tips and days out, to mental health and photography.

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Something New – Cultural Travel Ideas for 2019

Something New – Cultural Travel Ideas for 2019

In 2018 I’ve travelled to new cities that I’ve wanted to explore for years, including Las Vegas and New York City. For 2019 I’ve got my honeymoon to plan and am looking to go somewhere brand new to me, cultural and exciting. If you’re already planning travel for the new year and are looking ahead to things you can try in 2019, here are a few cultural travel ideas which offer something rewarding for any traveller:

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Moving Abroad: The Dos And Don’ts Of Relocating Overseas

Moving Abroad: The Dos And Don’ts Of Relocating Overseas

Moving abroad for work or lifestyle can be both an exciting and daunting time in your life. If it’s something you’re considering, it’s best to think ahead and put in place a plan to ensure it all goes smoothly and effectively.

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A Luxury Leesa Mattress that Makes Me Happy Not to Travel

A Luxury Leesa Mattress that Makes Me Happy Not to Travel

For the last month I haven’t been travelling, but instead have had a rather more relaxing adventure with the arrival of my Leesa mattress. After Leesa contacted me, the mattress was delivered in a small cardboard box (no issue getting it up the stairs) and I quickly unboxed it to replace my old double mattress, which was six years old. While there was nothing particularly wrong with my old mattress, it did feel time for a change and the technology used in the design of the Leesa mattress definitely made it a significant upgrade. What makes a Leesa mattress? Each…

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Review: Staying in The Mermaid Inn Hotel, Rye

Review: Staying in The Mermaid Inn Hotel, Rye

The Mermaid Inn, Mermaid St, Rye TN31 7EY. Roughly £150 per double room, per night. Originally built in 1156, the historic Mermaid Inn Hotel on Mermaid Street, Rye, is the obvious choice for any weekend break in this charming town. Favoured by smugglers’ The Hawkhurst Gang in the 18th century and reportedly haunted by a number of ghosts, it also offers award-winning fine dining and a great chance to relax.

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How to Eat Healthily in London

How to Eat Healthily in London

When you live in a busy city like London it’s really hard to get time to do anything outside of work and play. That makes having a plan to eat the right foods all the more important.

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