Susie Maggie Thorne

Susie did a stint with the Wanderlust website team as she waited to graduate from her Ba (Hons) Degree in English and Contemporary Media.

A writer, artist and avid tea drinker, Susie is curious about the world. She travels to learn, describing the experience of being lost as the best way to find yourself. 

Destination is less important than the journey as she lives by the motto: "Keep an open mind and you'll learn something new every day. Take a leap of faith and revel in whatever rewards faith rewards you with."

Follow her adventures on her blog: amapforhappiness.wordpress.com and on Twitter: @SusieZoo

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13 spots for a British picnic

This week sees the UK celebrating National Picnic Week. "Do we need a better excuse to get outdoors and tuck in to some tasty grub?" asks Susie Maggie Thorne

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7 McDonald's-free foodie destinations

Don't read on an empty stomach, warns Susie Maggie Thorne, as she highlights the very best of the world's traditional cuisines (with no golden arches in sight!)

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Eye-watering overseas costs without insurance

Ever skipped on travel insurance and thought 'it'll never happen to me'? Susie Maggie Thorne explains some of the medical costs involved in nursing you back to health abroad and getting you home

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Short break: Verona, Italy

Ancient and artistic Verona offers a quiet alternative to Italy's crowded cities. Susie Maggie Thorne discovers the secrets of this picturesque, peaceful destination...

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Traditional ways to celebrate the summer solstice

Midsummer is just around the corner. Discover the weird and wonderful ways that different cultures celebrate the longest day of the year, 21 June, in the Northern Hemisphere...

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