7 Lucky but Unlikely Things Every Backpacker Should Pack

Rain, hail or shine there are a few essential things that every backpacker should make sure they have thrown in their bag before leaving. There’s something different and exciting and unique about backpacking. It’s a certain kind of travelling; for the brave, for the free-spirited, and, I’m afraid to say,...

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One of England’s Long Distant Trails: Walking the Dales Way

“We’re just going for a walk” you can tell your friends when they ask about your vacation plans and that will be typical Yorkshire understatement. There are more than 20 long distance footpaths for walking holidays in England’s countryside but The Dales Way in Yorkshire takes you through scenery reminiscent...

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5 Ways to NOT look like a Newbie Traveler

Do you remember your first time? Was it in the back of a bus? On an airplane? Perhaps a cruise ship? You’d been thinking about it for months, years maybe and it was the culmination of all your hopes and dreams. The place and the people you were with are...

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Visiting Siem Reap and the Angkor Temples, Cambodia

“Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun”..... I learnt that the hard way after trekking around Siem Reap and the Angkor Temples in the sweltering heat...

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24 Hours in Patong, Thailand

Has Patong, with its reputation for sleaziness and hedonism gone soft? Delve into the belly of the beast and spend 24 hours in Patong with me and let’s see how we feel in the morning!......

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Antigua de Guatemala

For the time challenged traveller en route through Central America, Antigua de Guatemala is a must see stop and a restful repose from often daunting travels.

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Belize; Accommodation, Transport & Diving in Paradise

Many travellers claim to have heard of Belize, a few can even place it on a map. Getting there is another matter altogether... Read on for great tips on getting to Belize, accommodation, transport and what to do when you get there...!

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Twice Mugged and Twice Stabbed in Bogota, Colombia

Bogota rang all my warning bells, and for good reason. Within two nights and I had been mugged and stabbed twice. But, I still believe I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and Bogota has much to offer the interested traveller...

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7 Tips to Cope With Unexpected Travel Delays

Bumped, delayed or just plane stressed....There will always be complications and hiccups while travelling...here are 7 tips to help you keep your cool with the unexpected happens during your travels.

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Coping With Travel Sickness in Chefchaoun, Morocco

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Coping With Travel Sickness in Chefchaoun, Morocco

Here's a piece of travel advice; don't scrooge on lunch in Morocco when the difference in price is a meager 1 euro....you may end up like Merlyn - sick for 4 days in an unforgiving environment!! read more....

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