Tips for Travelling With a GuitarRead more
Travelling with a guitar in tow can be a source of anxiety for many musicians, especially those who rely on their instrument to make a living. And even those who simply love having their guitar with them wherever they go, carrying a guitar and taking it on a plane ride or road trip can encounter complications.
Staying Safe As A Digital NomadRead more
The astonishing increases in technological capability in all parts of the world has given rise to the digital nomad tech role. With one nomad platform gathering 10,000 followers…
What To Do If You Get Sick While In Developing NationsRead more
An estimated 5% of the 72.8 million UK residents who travelled abroad in 2017 fell ill while overseas, according to data published by the Express and the Office for National Statistics.
Think Twice Before Embarking on Cosmetic Surgery TourismRead more
The medical tourism industry, which includes cosmetic surgery tourism, is growing at a rate of 18.8 percent annually. People opt for cosmetic surgery tourism because they want to save money on the cost of plastic surgery and it typically costs much less outside of the UK.
Keeping Your Gear Safe While on TourRead more
Too often, musicians learn the hard way that thieves are able to sell their instruments and other equipment for big bucks on the black market. Stolen instruments can sell for thousands of pounds, making them a popular target.
Top Ten Travel TipsRead more
Choose the safer rooms. Rooms in hostels and hotels should be chosen with care. Avoid rooms with burglar bars which eliminate a potential escape route.
Travelling TipsRead more
We have put our heads together and come up with these important points to remember while you’re enjoying your gap year experience.
What To Do If You Have Been SpikedRead more
Everyone is aware of their personal tolerance to alcohol so if you feel odd, nauseous, tipsy or wasted and you know that you cannot be drunk, it is possible that your drink has been spiked with either drugs or alcohol.
The Legal Process After BereavementRead more
After every death, to some degree, a legal process must be completed. In England and Wales, it is called probate. For families who have lost a loved one abroad, it is helpful to be prepared and well-informed.
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