For lots of reasons, it is time for me to pack my bags and hit the road again. Some positive, some negative. Here's why...
The more you engage your senses as you travel, the more you get out of it.
Travel with your ears open, as well as your eyes.
Would you like to break the fastest circumnavigation by scheduled flights and get yourself into the Guinness book of records? Here's how.
Prof Stephen Hawkins recently predicted that the earth only has around 600 years left due to CO2. Perhaps it's time I took my own travel emissions more seriously. Here we provide tips on how to travel with a light footprint and reduce your carbon emissions whilst on the road.
There are hundreds of blogs out there telling you to sign up to miles accounts. This blog post is different.
Perhaps you've just finished college and you've decided to take a year out. Maybe you've just finished University and now is your ideal opportunity to head out and see the world, before settling into a serious career. It's time to learn something about the world, right? Well, maybe... Whatever the reasons, swathes of people choose... Continue Reading →
Deep Travel - It's a funny term and generally speaking, I always think when something people do, gets its own definition, that it must be a bit of a fad. As I need a concise term, to allow me to communicate with you clearly though, I'm going to use 'Deep Travel'. Please bear with me.... Continue Reading →
Since the Brexit vote, there have been many questions that world citizens want to ask the British. And they normally starts with WTF?!?
Two years ago now, the United Kingdom voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. Here's how its panning out and all the inside info from for travellers.
A fresh approaching to budget backpacking, saving and affording travel.
One of the most common reasons I hear from people heading off travelling, is that they want to “live in the moment” or "seize the day". It’s as good a reason as any however, if this means years of sacrifices, budgeting and saving to prepare for a trip, then that doesn’t sound very much like living in the moment, does it?