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It’s that happy time of our month again, when we get to sit down and get to know a whole host of wonderful new blogs! It’s always so lovely to put together these round ups- I love getting chance to take note of what makes each blog linked in my sidebar special and unique, and sharing them here for all to see! And really, what better way to spend an hour or two at the weekend than by getting to know some fantastic new blogs, and adding them to your reading list? :) Enjoy!

Wander to Wonder
I’ve read Miho’s blog for easily a longer than a year or so now, and it’s been so lovely to see Wander to Wonder evolve over time. It’s always such a lovely one to dip into- full of beautiful photographs and such well-written posts. This month, Miho’s been sharing posts from her trip to Vietnam (you must go and see the puppies that sneak into the bottom of her latest post- off the charts cute!), as well as a happy list and a review of a Malay supper club in London. I love how so many of Miho’s posts centre around food, and find her restaurant reviews so informative and, of course, hunger-inducing! Wander to Wonder is just the sort of lifestyle blog I love reading the most, and I’m sure you’re going to love it too!
Favourite post of the past month? Vietnam, Phu Quoc Island :: Bamboo Cottages.

Around the World in 80 Pairs of Shoes
It’s been so, so lovely getting to know Kelly’s blog lately. She just has this special way of writing her posts that makes them feel so friendly and relateable, and just like catching up with a friend! Around the World in 80 Pairs of Shoes is about cake (of the gluten free variety), travel, and, of course, shoes! This month she’s been sharing updates from her travels in Suffolk, as well as some stunning photographs from a recent trip to Seville! I love how Kelly’s passion for her subject matter always comes shining through in her content, and how varied and interesting all her lovely posts are. In short, you’re going to just love this one!
Favourite post of the past month? Exploring the Alcazar of Seville, Spain.

Silverspoon London
If there’s one blog that never fails to blow me away, it’s Silverspoon London! Angie’s blog is just the most wanderlust inducing site you could imagine- and not just any old wanderlust at that, *luxury* wanderlust! Angie’s great passions in life are travel and fine dining, and she shares her experiences of both via Silverspoon London! In April, Angie’s shared with us posts from her travels in Florence (the city looks incredible in Angie’s photos- I’m determined now to visit!), eaten Japanese street food in London, and eaten a cheese plate at Pied a Terre that made this pregnant lady WISH soft, moudly cheeses weren’t currently a no-go area! ;) I just adore each and every one of Angie’s posts, and know you will too.
Favourite post of the past month? Perfect Plates at Pied a Terre.

The Dubai Diaries
Another blog that centres around travel, but from a totally different and fun angle, is The Dubai Diaries! Rachel works as a flight attendant based in the Middle East, and shares her adventures travelling the world on her blog! I love that every time I click through to The Dubai Diaries, it’s a total surpise to see where she’s sharing posts from next! This month, Rachel’s shared with us photos from  Hong Kong (which she says is one of her top ten favourite places to visit!), taken a stroll through the charming city of Oslo, and spent a whirlwind 30 hours in New York! I love getting an insight into Rachel’s exciting lifestyle, and getting to live vicariously through all her fabulous travels! One to add to your reading list right away!
Favourite post of the past month? A stroll through the streets of Oslo. 

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