How To Reduce Your CO2 Emissions Whilst Travelling

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.

One Night In Quito, Ecuador

We rolled in at dusk, which is exactly the wrong time to be arriving into Quito. I skimmed over the pages in my Lonely Planet once more and confirmed that the onward public transport from the main Quito bus terminal to the El Giron area was considered too dangerous at night. We opted for a... Continue Reading →

A Guide to Brexit & UK Visas for Travellers and Migrants

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.

Bolivia Was The Closest I’ve Come To Death

This was the first Loki hostel I’d stayed at and I’d chosen it specifically, as I was in the mood to party. The Lonely Planet I had described it as ‘not for the faint hearted’ and I took this as a glowing endorsement.

How altitude and a near death experience can change you.

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