Posts tagged with ‘travel safety’

  • How Not To Travel To Havana

    In this blog post, I’ll be recalling my experience in Cuba and touching on some lessons that we learned the hard way so that you hopefully don’t fall into the same mistakes. It was the summer of 2017 and I’d just finished my 2nd summer working at a camp in Upstate New York. After working at camp, the staff tend to split off and spend time travelling with friends with the money earned over the summer.

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  • Mountain Biking Adventure

    Mountain biking is an exciting way to explore a new area when on holiday, but it can be as dangerous as it is thrilling. Mountain bikers tend to receive more severe injuries during accidents than other cyclists.

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  • Family Travel in Africa

    Africa is a continent boasting fifty-four countries and although it may not be the obvious choice for a family holiday, there is so much more on offer than just safari trips for families.

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  • A River Cruise to Moscow

    The river cruise is such a safe way to travel. You are escorted on and off the ship. Tour guides are with you constantly along with some of the crew from the ship.

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  • If Things Go Wrong

    The first thing to remember is DON’T PANIC. If you discover that your bag is lost or stolen you should: Report your credit cards as being lost or stolen to your bank.

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  • Girls Travel Tips

    Girls’ Travel Club was started by Becci Coombes, following two long trips backpacking around the world. She wrote a journal full of tips, recipes, anecdotes and bad jokes while she was travelling and kept notes of all the remedies she found useful.

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  • Youth Travel Advice – York

    Going out in York. It reaches a point where young people want their independence; they are old enough to look after themselves. This may be true but with age comes experience and wisdom, and this should not be forgotten.

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  • Female Travel Advice

    Although some of us live in an equal society, many people in the world do not and in some places, women are treated quite differently from men.

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  • Streetwise in Vietnam

    At the age of 32 I kinda thought I was really streetwise and at ‘one’ with surroundings! I have lived in various cities around the world and have learnt how to conduct myself as a adult – or so I thought!

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  • Walking Safari in Pilanesberg National Park

    Walking safaris are a great way to see wildlife in Africa. It adds an extra dimension to your safari experience especially when you are exploring a Big Five national park such as Pilanesberg in South Africa.

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