It’s no secret that travelling can be expensive. There are essential expenses such as food, accommodation and visas whilst you’re on the road, as well as expenses for activities, experiences and souvenirs. The long and short of it is, you’re gonna have to spend money while you’re travelling. But there are some simple ways youContinue reading “How to Save Money while Travelling”
If you’re like me and are constantly looking for ways to keep yourself occupied on long bus journeys and make time pass that little bit quicker, then look no further – I’ve got you covered!
I figured I should probably go back to the beginning, introduce myself and just share my heart for this blog!
It’s so important to be able to speak a few key words and phrases in the local language of the place you’re visiting – so here’s 5 different ways to speak the lingo with your new found friends!
Travelling internationally is so uncertain at the moment. But we can still hope, dream and plan! Here’s my tentative travel plans for 2021!
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Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or heading out on your very first trip, there will inevitably be something you forget (or almost forget…) to pack.
So here’s my handy A-Z guide of every travel essential you will need for your next adventure!
Hostels are such a great option for a safe and inexpensive accommodation. If you’re a solo traveller, they’re a great choice for getting to meet new people and to get to know the area.
So I thought I’d share my top 6 hostels from my travels around the world…
Solo Travel is a great thing. It allows you to discover the world on your own terms, learn about yourself, and make the memories that you want to make. When you Solo Travel, the world really is your oyster. So I though I’d share 7 of my favourite Solo Travel quotes to inspire you toContinue reading “7 Quotes to Inspire You to Travel Solo”
Store bought first aid kits are great, but I always find that there’s never enough of the things you actually need. I always tend to make up my own first aid kit so I know I have everything I possibly need. So, without further ado, here’s my guide on what to pack in your own DIY first aid kit.