Conservative, chic, comfortable: What to wear in Jordan as a woman

“Arrive as guest, leave as a friend…”

Last year, travel still seemed up in the air. But, Dec and I were eager to put our passports back to good use, after having a year of staycations and remaining on home soil in the UK.

After wading through traffic light systems and entry requirements, we decided to take the plunge and spend 10 days travelling Jordan- and boy, was it worth it!

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The Daily Walk: how lockdown helped me rediscover my local area

(Disclaimer: the places mentioned and the photographs taken in this post occurred before the current UK lockdown, and at the time of being taken, were in line with the government guidelines put in place.)

The daily walk. The slither of normality. The regular parole from our otherwise and current ‘behind-closed-doors’ lives.

Whilst we are now emerging into a post-lockdown world, for some, staying local still remains to be a comfort blanket. For me, over the last year, daily walks have become implemented in my lockdown lifestlye.

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