How to Survive a Long Flight

Trip Planning

The flight times of long haul flights put a lot of people off from travelling but it’s surprising how quickly this time goes if you keep yourself occupied and make the journey as stress-free as possible [..]

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Prague Travel Tips for Visitors

Travel Advice

Prague should be on the top of your list of cities to visit in Europe; forget Paris, Rome or Madrid, it really is one of the most stunning cities that you will visit. Today, we’re going to share with [..]

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How to Travel with Liquids

Travel Advice

The laws on how to travel with liquids has changed a few times over the years with the increase in terrorist attacks in airports and on airplanes. It’s worth pointing out that these rules are [..]

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4 Simple Travel Money Tips

Travel Money

Most of us spend all year saving up for our annual holiday in the sun, and it’s important that you come away from that time stress-free, yet, travelling abroad can be a stressful time if your bank [..]

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Exchange Currency Before Travelling


Travel Money

One of the common travel questions that arrive in my inbox is: should I exchange currency before I travel? Firstly, let me highlight an important task that you need to complete before departing the country: notify your bank or credit card company that you’re going to be abroad. Tell them the countries and dates of […]

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How to Pick a Good Hostel


Trip Planning

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_message icon_type=”linecons” icon_linecons=”vc_li vc_li-heart”]All of my hostels have been booked on Booking.com because they have an easy to use website and mobile app. When you become a frequent booker you become a genius customer, which entitles you to a 10% discount.[/vc_message][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The word “hostel” doesn’t automatically bring a good picture to mind. Aren’t those supposed […]

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Take up Adventure Travel in your 40s


Trip Planning

There’s a misconception that when you’re in your 40s you are over the hill, past it, and not adventurous enough to compete in high adrenaline activities. Thinking back to my trip to New Zealand where we went sand boarding down 100ft sand dunes, the majority of the tour party were young, twenty-somethings, and the only […]

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Do you have to be rich to travel?


Travel Advice

This is a question that many people ask me because there is an assumption that you have to be rich to travel the world. Of course, you need money to travel; just like you do to buy a car or your favourite gaming console, but it needn’t be as expensive as you might think. Firstly, […]

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Is Going on Holiday Alone Sad?


Solo Travel

This week, a viewer of my videos on YouTube messaged me and asked if it was sad or embarrassing to go on holiday abroad in your early 20’s. There is a perception that those who travel alone, do not have any friends, or are loners. While many solo travellers are introverts, they do have the […]

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Eight Essential Travel Money Tips


Travel Money

Before you start to pack your luggage and buy sun cream, here are eight essential travel money tips that you should take into consideration prior to departing for your holiday destination. Reduce Banking fees Check the fees that your bank will charge you to use your bank card abroad – fees can seriously dent a […]

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Why You Should Travel Light


Travel Advice

One of the best decisions that you will make while planning your round the world trip is to travel light. For the past 15 months my travels have taken me around the world twice, and my wordily possessions have been carried in an Osprey Porter 46 litre backpack. Living a minimalist life while travelling has […]

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Travelling Abroad with Bank Cards


Travel Money

One of the biggest fears for many travellers (especially solo travellers) is the thought of being left stranded abroad without any money. It happens, you can easily lose, damage or have your bank card stolen; after all, it is only a piece of plastic with a chip inside it. Here are my tips for travelling […]

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