Edinburgh to Isle of Skye by Car: A 5 Day Itinerary

Posted by on Feb 7, 2018 in United Kingdom | No Comments
Edinburgh to Isle of Skye by Car: A 5 Day Itinerary

Scotland is a country with a rich history, stunning beauty, and some of the kindest locals you’ll meet. Mysterious standing stones are spread across the country, as are castle ruins which were once home to different clans and noble families. Meanwhile, the vast, open lands and misty topped mountain peaks, make you feel like you […]

Australian Survival Kit: Gifts for Someone Travelling to Australia

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in Australia | No Comments
Australian Survival Kit: Gifts for Someone Travelling to Australia

Do you know someone who’s soon to head to the great land down under? If you want to get them a gift before they go, an Australian survival kit is a fantastic idea. This list of gifts for someone travelling to Australia has some great ideas for both serious and novelty presents; just pick and […]

The Ultimate East Coast Australia Road Trip Itinerary

Posted by on Jan 26, 2018 in Australia | No Comments
The Ultimate East Coast Australia Road Trip Itinerary

Show stopping beaches, charismatic little towns, eden-like national parks and unforgettable adrenalin filled activities mean it’s no wonder why the east coast of Australia is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. And it’s all relatively easy to explore; you just need a vehicle or a coach pass, a chunk of time (I’d recommend […]

Southern Italy Road Trip: Naples to Palermo

Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Italy | No Comments
Southern Italy Road Trip: Naples to Palermo

History and local culture. What a combination. And what a great quest to pursue on a Southern Italy road trip from Naples to Palermo, the location of which is a paradise for lovers of both. Here is a 1,200-mile, 2-week odyssey to maximize both these aspects by visiting the region’s key cities famous for both […]

What to Pack for China: Essential Items to Put in Your Backpack

Posted by on Jan 9, 2018 in Asia, China | No Comments
What to Pack for China: Essential Items to Put in Your Backpack

Planning a trip to China? There will no doubt be a lot of questions on your mind. How will I navigate the country with no Mandarin (if you can’t speak it)? How will I take the trains alone? How will I handle the food? These questions, and many, many more, were at the top of […]

Adelaide to Cairns Drive Itinerary – via the Great Inland Way

Posted by on Jan 5, 2018 in Australia | No Comments
Adelaide to Cairns Drive Itinerary – via the Great Inland Way

The Adelaide to Cairns drive is not your obvious Australian road trip. When I told people that I’d decided to drive 3,000 kilometres through the Australian outback on my own, 98% of them thought, to put it politely, that I’d lost the plot. I thought I’d lost it a long time ago, but admittedly driving […]

The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Langkawi for Plant-Based Travellers

Posted by on Jan 2, 2018 in Asia, Malaysia | No Comments
The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Langkawi for Plant-Based Travellers

One of Malaysia’s most loved tourist destinations, Langkawi is a popular destination for travellers. It is an archipelago made up of ninety-nine islands, surrounded by gorgeous turquoise sea. Picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hill, with the shoreline fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees, make it a perfect destination for nature lovers. If you’re […]

Amazing Australian Outback Towns to Visit on an Aussie Road Trip

Posted by on Dec 28, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
Amazing Australian Outback Towns to Visit on an Aussie Road Trip

The Australian outback is one of the world’s last true wildernesses. It is a huge, desert terrain that stretches out over most of the country. It’s one of the globe’s most extreme climates, with temperatures topping 50 degrees Celsius, little rainfall, barren landscapes and plenty of red dirt. I find there to be something unexplainably […]

Climbing Uluru Debate: Why You Really Shouldn’t Do It

Posted by on Dec 25, 2017 in Australia | No Comments
Climbing Uluru Debate: Why You Really Shouldn’t Do It

Once you’ve explored Australia’s great beaches, seen the Sydney Opera House and the laneways of Melbourne, and maybe done a west coast road trip, your sights will most probably move to the middle of the country. Uluru is synonymous with the outback, and  once you’ve been in the country for a few months you’ll have […]

Travelling with Carry On Luggage Only in Asia: A How-To Guide

Posted by on Dec 21, 2017 in Asia, Bali | No Comments
Travelling with Carry On Luggage Only in Asia: A How-To Guide

  One of my best sustainable travel tips is to pack less, because less items means reduced fuel emissions on transport. It also means favouring solid, package-free toiletries over weighty bottles. And guess what? Sustainable travel is often also cheap travel, and travelling in this way could save you a ton of money. I hate […]

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