Posts tagged with ‘travel’

  • 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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  • 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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  • Lamu Island

    A bright red and blue parrot raced our tiny plane down the runway as we came in to land at Manda Airport while an unconcerned pedestrian ambled by in the opposite direction along the edge of the tarmac.

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  • Travelling Asia

    Always be sure to inform your bank accounts that you are traveling abroad – this will ensure that your card does not get blocked by the bank. The bank may think this is a suspicious transaction.

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  • Staying Safe As A Digital Nomad

    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…

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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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  • Safety Tips for Camping

    There’s something exciting about going camping and feeling isolated from ‘the real world’ while being surrounded by nature. Since so many of us are attached to technology

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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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  • Keeping Safe on Your Travels

    Are you planning a gap year before heading to university? Whether you intend to travel alone, visit popular resorts or explore far flung places, general safety advice applies to everyone, wherever you may be.

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