Hello there! Nice to e-meet you and welcome to Resfeber Travel Blog.
We are a travel blog, containing inspiring stories from the road, airline guides using our inside travel industry knowledge, discussion points about travel ethics, international music from around the world and all the best travel films to entertain you.
We have all that and more but who the hell are we?
Ian has worked as a travel consultant for four years in Glasgow, Scotland. He knows his native Europe well and has travelled round the world once before, through South America, New Zealand, Australia and Asia. You can read the story that inspired Ian to travel here.
You’ll find Ian writing and listening to music. He likes making Italian food and drinking Scottish. He recommends: A wide variety of Pizza & Williams bros beers.
Kate is a physiotherapist from Perth, Western Australia. She first travelled after university to Europe and north America, stopping off to live in London for a year with her friends.
She likes to draw naked people, enjoys crafts, cooks Asian food incredibly well and likes to drink almost any and all Italian drinks. She recommends: Dim Sum & Aperol Spritz – but not together, just in general.
Resfeber: Swedish (n) – The nervous feeling a traveller gets, before their journey begins.
Right now, we are planning and saving to travel the world once more in 2019, leaving our current UK home. We will be embarking on the overland trip of a lifetime, travelling all the way from the Scotland (Ian’s home) to Australia (Kate’s home) by bus, train and boat.
In addition to his work in travel and blogging, Ian has written and featured for many culture, travel and music magazines like:
Get in touch if you’d like a media comment or to commission him to write for you on: contact (at) resfebertravelblog (dot) com
(Here’s a collection of photos with us mainly standing on high things)
Nazca Lines > Scottish Wedding > Iceland
Edinburgh > Melbourne > Thailand
Colombia > Machu Picchu > Ben Nevis
Since starting this blog, we’ve thought in-depth about tourism, considering how important it is to make time for travel in your life, how we have to start travelling responsibly or we’ll ruin the places we visit and how to get the most out of the culture you encounter.
These are the thoughts that have formed the backbone to Resfeber Travel Blog – our ethos in promoting travel.
If you’d like to get in touch with Resfeber Travel Blog then email us on:
contact (at) resfebertravelblog (dot) com