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Was bean counter, now moonlights as travel writer.

My name is Stefania van Lieshout, a serial expat, mother of two boys, child of two cultures.

In the summer of 2019 I moved to Cambridge in England. The previous 10 years I lived in Malaga, the south of Spain, travelling the world when budget and time allow me to do so. A blogger, entrepreneur, the face of this blog, economist, psychologist, traveller, photographer and sadly also a chocoholic.

I love cooking, reading and yoga, even tough I am usually the lonely breadstick in a roomful of noodles. I am addicted to magic bean juice and can spend hours watching animal videos (I know).

The silent force behind this site is my partner and travel companion. He, who doesn’t want to be mentioned, does most of the pre-travel research, the planning, finds our way home when we get lost and edits most of the blogs.

We often travel as a family, sometimes as a couple, occasionally on our own.

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Inspire, Entertain and Inform

On this award-winning site, I write about my passion; discovering new destinations through all my senses. With my writing, I would like to take you to new places and different cultures: nature, the great outdoors, cities, food, culture, family travel destinations: trying to make this a better world, one blog at a time.

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My objectives are to inspire, entertain and inform (in no particular order).

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