Uluru & Kata Tjuta: Fully Loaded - by Sophee Smiles

September 19, 2016

Sophee Smiles in Uluru at Supernomad










Central Australia is just so darn remote, and a little tough on the hip pocket, too. But, if the awe-inspiring Nat Geo photos and timeless bush poems are anything to go by, this mystical desert-scape must be witnessed. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, for locals and international visitors alike. Here’s how to make the most of the Red Centre and guarantee the adventure is one you’ll never forget!

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Tantalising Turkey - a moodboard by Polkadot Passport

March 06, 2016

Polkadot Passport at Supernomad - Turkey - Cappadocia

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A Pictorial Tour of Italy - by Sophee Smiles

February 18, 2016

Sophee Smiles - Italy - Venice

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How to do Paris Differently - by Sophee Southall of Sophee Smiles

January 30, 2016

Many travellers speak of their “love affair” with Paris. This captivating city is certainly worthy of more than a one-night stand. She draws you in and keeps your curious; her beautiful intricacies beg to be explored time and time again. If you’ve already ticked France’s grand capital off your bucket list, I encourage you to chuck her back on. Trust me, you’re not done with Paris yet. Here are some of the coolest and quirkiest experiences I discovered during my second visit to this magical city.

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Street Scenes in Pictures - Chefchaouen, Morocco

January 23, 2016

Street Scenes in Chefchaouen, Morocco by Sophee Smiles - Spices of Chaouen

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At Home in Morocco - by Sophee Southall of Sophee Smiles

January 10, 2016

I’d been craving an escape from Europe. So, when my husband, Ben, proposed a quick stint in Morocco before our final dash to the UK, I was all for it. With limited time up our sleeves, Ben and I wanted to taste Moroccan culture the easiest and most authentic way possible. We jumped online and discovered a little homestay in the quiet village of Imlil. With its views of the Atlas Mountains, including North Africa’s famous giant Mount Toubkal, this private lodge was bound to offer peaceful and revitalising experience

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