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  • The Future of Backpacking

    Will backpacking ever be the same again? I have been an avid traveller over 20 years, spending 10 winter seasons in the French Alps and summers travelling around Europe. In 2003 I embarked on a 2-year backpacking adventure around Australia, New Zealand and Thailand…

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  • What’s the latest on going on travelling this winter?

    Going abroad for anything other than essential reasons is currently banned throughout the UK, but the reports of a potential vaccine have led to a rising interest from people eager to get back out there and travel.

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  • Staying Safe in Tokyo, Japan

    Japan is one of the safest countries in the world, ranking as number 9 on World Population Review in 2020. It’s generally safe to walk around at night, violent crime is extremely rare, and things that often plague other countries’ sightseeing spots such as pickpocketing and mugging are low.

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  • Ethiopia

    Ethiopia is a beautiful and diverse country with so much to explore. I first came to Ethiopia for a weeklong work trip, where I didn’t see much other than the hotel and the office. I then returned for another work trip, this time for a month, where I was able to get out and explore, and I started to fall in love with the country.

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  • Living with New Boundaries in 2020

    I would like to share the following thoughts and feelings during this change. I hope it helps in some way. Please take what you need and leave the rest.
    It is perfectly normal to feel unhappy and lost with our current situation; you should allow plenty of room for mental adjustment. Take this as a positive, you are not in denial but learning to deal with a new way of living day by day. Every day it will become easier.

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  • Safety Considerations When Taking a Road Trip to Spain During Winter 

    Winter is currently hitting the UK hard, making it a perfect time to take the ultimate road trip to Spain where the weather is a lot more friendlier. This over 2000km road trip is packed with adventure; you’ll start by driving to Dover where you’ll cross over to Calais via the Eurotunnel, head down through the centre of France while enjoying some of the country’s best sights, and ultimately end up in Spain where you can spend a few days enjoying the warm rays of the sun.

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  • A Safe Digital Nomadic Lifestyle Starts Before Your Trip

    There are expected to be a billion digital nomads by 2035, meaning that this is no longer a dream for a select few, but a safe and mainstream lifestyle. If you are looking to travel full time, then you need the finances to maintain your security.

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  • Tips for Travelling With a Guitar

    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.

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  • What To Do If You Get Sick While In Developing Nations

    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.

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  • Think Twice Before Embarking on Cosmetic Surgery Tourism

    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.

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