Being on the road for an extended period of time is great but sometimes travel conversational fatigue sets in. Here's how you can keep your travel talk fresh and engaging.
Walking through the park in Krakow and this bloke had a huge long thing over his shoulder. At first I thought it was a barge pole - probably because it's an item I'm familiar with, having been told by many women in my twenties, that they weren't going to touch me with one - but... Continue Reading →
Altruism, cooperation and harmony with nature are the default state for human beings. It is when we are confused and distracted, that issues like climate change overcome us.
A plea to travellers and travel bloggers, to be the leaders who resolve the upsurge in anti-tourist sentiment
With regular protests against tourism, the Palma de Mallorca goverment have taken an unprecedented step. Is this the beginning of the end for Airbnb?
Have you ever owned a pair of MC Hammer trousers? The ones that make you look like a genie. Have you ever worn a headband? One that makes you look like a backpacking Rambo. 11 Travel clichés that exist but hopefully aren't you!
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.
Prof Stephen Hawkins predicted that the earth only has around 600 years left due to CO2 before he passed away. This year we discovered through the UN that we have just 12 years to change course. Here we provide tips on how to travel with a light footprint and reduce your carbon emissions whilst on the road. Take action now before it's too late.