Natalie Baker
Natalie Baker Born in the USA but raised in London, Natalie is a lover of all things travel. Her favourite city is Paris - which isn't surprising given her slightly OTT love of pastries. She is also an animal lover and proud mum to 5 furry babies.
  • Setting Sail with Topdeck Who doesn’t love a good sailing trip? They’re the ultimate sun and sea escapes, and we can’t see them going out of fashion any time soon. There are plenty of places where you can test out your sea legs – from close-to-home hops around European islands to far-flung odysseys. No matter where in the world […]
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    October 1, 2019
  • 6 Mexico travel tips you’ll be glad you know. In case you haven’t heard, we’ve recently had a new addition to the Topdeck tour family: our magical Mexico Unveiled tour! We’re pretty buzzing about it and can’t wait get exploring, uncovering all the very best that Mexico has to offer. From the other-wordly beaches of Tulum to the soul-stirring ruins of Chichen Itza, it’s […]
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    June 7, 2019
  • Ice-creams in Europe that are totally worth the brain-freeze. Temperatures are hotting up in Europe and summer in the Northern hemisphere is so close you can smell it. And nothing says ‘good times ahead’ more than the tinkle of the ice-cream van or the sight of a huge cone filled with incitingly creamy gelato. To help you keep your cool in the summer heat, […]
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    June 5, 2019
  • 5 off-beat things to do ‘when in Rome’. Rome is a city of ancient history, sacred art and inimitable cuisine that exudes a heady lust for life. Around each corner lies a historic monument more epic than the last, whilst the streets are lined with cosy eateries; beckoning you to come inside and sample the sumptuous flavours of the Lazio region. Young and […]
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    May 31, 2019
  • 5 reasons to visit Lisbon Hot foot it to the Portuguese capital, pronto! The capital city of Portugal has long been an important sea port because of its strategic location at the mouth of the mighty Tagus River and the trade in everything from gold to spices and silks has flowed through the city for centuries. Take a stroll through […]
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    May 17, 2019
  • 5 of the world’s weirdest foods we challenge you to try ‘Cause we know you’re no wimp… Hákarl – Iceland Literally fermented shark. Yes, you read that right, fermented shark. Basking shark to be precise. Buried in an underground pit before being hung up to dry then cut and served, this fishy, erm, delight (?) is considered a delicacy in Iceland. Alaska has a similar offering, […]
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    April 26, 2019