It’s human to have an off day, it’s human to feel down, it’s human to err; we’re not robots after all (this is an anti-robot post). But to face this kind of situation immediately into starting a trip can be incredibly off-putting; it can really set precedence for the rest of the trip.Continue reading “So Lonesome I Could Cry | Downsides To Solo Travel”
I’m a hypocrite. I write a travel blog / website but I’m not currently travelling. I’ve found a place I enjoy spending time in and I’ve somewhat settled here.Continue reading “Stopping And Stalling | Downsides To Solo Travel”
Now, I’ve been on the road for quite some time, and quite often, I’m asked “how have I been backpacking for so long?” Well, in a short answer, voluntary work.Continue reading “Volunteering On Vacation”
“Ladies and gentlemen, please stow your carry-on luggage underneath the seat in front of you or in an overhead bin. Please take your seat and fasten your seat belt. And also make sure your seat back and folding trays are in their full upright position. Prepare for take-off please.”Continue reading “A Plane Guide To Travel | Methods Of Transport Pt II”
“One room left at this price”, “booked four times in the last 24 hours”, “there are two other people looking at this same room”. Have you seen this kind of marketing scheme used on hotel and hostel websites? Well after a 15 month investigation, they will have to make changes to this tactic.Continue reading “OTA’s, more like No-TA’s”
My friend told me I could never make a car out of spaghetti; you should’ve seen the look on her face when I drove pasta!
The whole idea of travelling is to move from one place to another so here’s a guide to some methods that I’ve used to get around the place.Continue reading “A Wheelie Good Guide To Travel | Methods Of Transport pt. I”
Hostels; what are they, and how are they different to hotels?Continue reading “Bed, Booze & Beyond | An Insight Into Hostel Life”