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A Brummie Home and Abroad’s Travel Wishlist (Part Two)

My Travel Wishlist grows ever longer! Naxos, Singapore, Japan, Oregon and Liverpool - yes, Liverpool - make it onto my next hitlist…

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Theatre Review: Boogie Nights

D.I.S.C.O.... it'a time to throw on those flares and platforms as Boogie Nights comes to Birmingham for the 2018 New Alexandra Theatre Stage Experience…

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Malta Travel Diaries: Finding the Perfect Sunbathing Spot

Sometimes you have to squeeze a relaxing day into an otherwise busy holiday itinerary...come with A Brummie Home and Abroad as we try and find a perfect sunbathing spot in Malta…

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Where Next? Rotterdam

It's always exciting heading off to a new city; all the planning where to stay, what to see and most importantly where to eat and drink! And the anticipation - will we love the city? Will we be disappointed? Next for A Brummie Home and Abroad - Rotterdam!…

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Malta Travel Diaries: Gozo

Negotiating the car ferry, heading off to Gozo, sunset spots and... party-time at George’s? …

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10 years of November Wedding Anniversary Destinations…

When you get married in November it can be a challenge to find an anniversary getaway where it's not raining, or foggy, or snowing... …

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Theatre Review: Madagascar The Musical

Penguins, a lion, a zebra, a hippo, a giraffe and a bunch of crazy lemurs. Just a normal night at the New Alex Theatre when Madagascar the Musical comes to town...…

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Malta Travel Diaries: Visiting Valletta

A Brummie Home and Abroad tackles the Maltese public transport system, explores Valletta and accidentally visits Sliema and Qawra. …

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Finding your very own Love Island villa with Clickstay

Ever considered a villa holiday? A Brummie Home and Abroad has been perusing the Clickstay website and now has a villa wish list...…

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Malta Travel Diaries: Arriving in Malta

It’s an early morning alarm call, a car hire queue, an unidentifiable guesthouse and our first bus journey... welcome to Malta!…

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