Posts tagged with ‘travelling’

  • Calling all nature lovers to British Columbia

    2015 was the year of change. After years of sunbathing and holidays in the sun, my family decided to try a new type of holiday. A Canadian road trip in an RV. From recommendations of friends who had visited the country, we decided to follow suit and explore British Columbia.

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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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  • 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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  • Top Ten Travel Tips

    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.

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  • Debunking the Myths – Travelling Alone

    Myth: You should never travel alone. Truth: Although your family meant this well, this false phrase really shouldn’t hold you back from exploring the world alone.

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  • Travelling Morocco

    I travelled to Morocco with a friend from college, Rachel, for two weeks. We arranged it through a company and it was made up of around 14 people of all ages, from the UK and Australia.

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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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  • Terrifying Ordeal

    The trip to Nepal was something we’d been planning for nearly a year. Myself and three friends had booked a ten day trek around the Annapurnas in the Himalayas, followed by five weeks in India.

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  • Travelling with a Family

    Travelling with children can be tough but there are many ways to reduce the stress and worry involved. Before your travels there are various factors to consider;

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  • Safety in Thailand

    Thailand is high up on many people’s wish lists. However recently the throngs of British tourists have been wary about visiting following a number of high profile murders that have occurred there

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